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Struggles of contact lens wearers

Wednesday, November 04, 2015
I've been wearing contacts for almost 6 years now. I don't know why I just don't look good wearing glasses. Even though it has been 6 years, I still hate putting them in especially in the morning. Yup, you have to believe it. Actually, they're more. So, I have compiled a few struggles that every contact lens wearers will understand. Let's!
  1. Getting them in for the first time. Believe it or not, it took me about 2 freaking hours to finally succeed. 
  2. All contact lens wearers can relate to dry eyes. They're not painful though, it's just uncomfortable to blink and even harder to get them out by the end of the day. Besides, it can cause redness and people may think you're a zombie or something.
  3. The pain that you feel when your contacts are inside out! Just make sure to check the edges of your contacts before putting them in.
  4. No air conditioner. .
  5. No sand/all sorts of dirt. 
  6. When your eyes hurt for no reason. 
  7. Try to fix a contact that shifted out of place like this:
So, are you a contact lens wearer? What are your struggles?

What's in my bag?!

Monday, October 19, 2015
This is actually fun because you never know what's inside your bag until you take them out one by one. So, I've decided to do that, (let's see if we can find anything nasty lol) with the help of my kid sister. Trust me guys, you never wanna know what's inside a girl's bag hahaha. Okay enough talking, I wanna show you what's in my bag ;)



This is the bag that I'm currently carrying. It's a huge goddamn black bag and it suits with every outfit hahaha. It's actually my sister's but she ain't using it so yeah. As you can see the size, you can put literally everything in this bag hahaha but I don't want to break my shoulder though. Okay, let's get into it!











1. My purse and passport. I've had my passport inside my bag for ages. It's actually valid in Sarawak ONLY because I used to study in Sarawak.

2. My makeup bag and girl's stuff.

3. My perfume. Gotta have my perfume. I'm really self-conscious about my odor. Not that I have such bad body odor but I just cannot- Me without carrying any perfumes with me is a no-no. Btw, it's victoria's secret inspired perfume by Perfume Generics but I'm running low on it.

4. My contacts pouch. Basically everything that has to do with my eyes. Eye drops, contacts tweezers, etc.

5. Powerbank and a phone charger. Just in case.

6. House keys. 

7. Needles and brooches. Again, just in case. #hijabisproblemlol

8. Tissue. 

9. My notebook and a pen. Because when I'm bored, I draw. Nothing really fancy, I just love to draw palm trees when I'm bored. Only palm trees and I don't even know why.

10. Receipt and used tissues. *cough* trash *cough*

So, yeah that's that. I hope you guys enjoyed. I'm so sleepy right now. Make sure to drop your comments because I looooove to read them. Till then!

2 minutes Sabahan lesson

Monday, October 12, 2015
It's been awhile.

I haven't posted much. I'm sorry. I keep having writer's block, like I was literally dried up with ideas. Anyway, recently my boyfriend asked me to speak Sabah for him. And for those of you who don't know, yes, I'm Sabahan. I just prefer to talk either in formal Malay or English. Don't ask me why. Shout out to all my Sabahan followers lol. As I was saying, I think he just gave me an idea to update my blog. So, without any further ado. Let's jump right in.

#1: First things first, you simply cannot put the word "bah" anywhere you want in your sentences. For example: "Kau mau makan kah bah?" TEEEETTT. WRONG.

#2: Instead of saying tumpang lalu, we say, limpas.

#3: The word buduh, bukan sejenis makanan orang Kelantan/ Terengganu (I'm confused). Buduh means stupid. Or every Sabahans personal favorite, palui.

#4: Tapuk-tapuk means sembunyi-sembunyi. Hide and seek! Kalau tak pernah main tapuk-tapuk, you're not a legend lol.

#5: Sumandak means beautiful girl.

#6: Giuk means ulat. Hahaha. And you don't like giuk in your mango, don't you? :p

#7: Bubut-bubut means kejar-kejar. We like to play bubut-bubut we were younger!

That's all I can came up with. I'm sure I missed a few good Sabahan.. Slang? I would say? Oh my God, I'm literally a bad Sabahan hahaha. I hope you learned something hehe. Okay guys, talk to you real soon!

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