BARCLAY'S PREMIER LEAGUE MATCH UPDATE: ARSENAL's midfield maestro Mesut Ozil scored the only goal in the Gunners' 1-1 draw against Norwich City on early Monday morning, 12:30am Malaysian time. The two clubs share the spoils of the match as Arsenal failed to perform after a string of injuries left their key players mostly on the … Continue reading EPL 2015: Norwich City vs Arsenal.
The Barclay's Premier League returns this weekend after a host of Champions League matches played throughout the week. The results clocked in for four of the big English clubs left critics wondering which club has what it takes to finish the season in first place. Previous table-toppers Manchester City slumped to a 1-0 defeat by Juventus. … Continue reading EPL 2015: What’s Shakin’ This Weekend.
Who would have thought that Waze could help so many drivers today, to locate their destinations and avoiding as much traffic congestion as possible. Whoever came up with the idea for Waze was one helluva genius (geniuses, 'app' arently, because it was created by Israeli trio Uri Levine, software engineer Ehud Shabtai, and Amir Shinar)! … Continue reading Oh, ‘APP’ solutely!
Remember when I talked about macarons and macaroons, and finally laid out the differences in plain sight for everyone to see? Well, the spotlight today is on my favourite little things called 'macarons'. I finally found a place where I could get them for a comfortable price. I say comfortable because it is not expensive … Continue reading Macaron Mania.
After close to three weeks (I think), it is safe to say that I am finally done with this book. One thing I realised about the book was that the title was almost as long as some of the sentences in the story! Well, what I meant to say was that the title was a … Continue reading Book Review: My Grandmother Sends Her Regards & Apologises.
As Arsene Wenger described it for the press, it was a 'perfect nightmare'. Everything that came together on that fateful Saturday night was a recipe for disaster and a perfect nightmare. Poor passing. Poor defense. Missed opportunities. An own goal. Recurring injuries. A growing list of injuries. And a missed penalty. If Wenger was in … Continue reading EPL 2015: West Brom vs. Arsenal.
"Oh my God, no, I can't give this away! My ex-boyfriend gave me that teddy bear!" Does this sound familiar to you? There is a reason why your boyfriend has become your ex, someone you don't see anymore, but the teddy bear he gave you for your fifth anniversary of being in a relationship with … Continue reading Going Clutter-Free.
There are way too many abbreviations, jargon and technical terms these days, especially in the world of social media and internet marketing. And especially since social media is a big thing and many companies have their own in-house teams or have acquired the services of a specialized agency. I feel confused just listening to people … Continue reading SEO is the Future.
I've read this book earlier, and finished it within a week. Only because I brought the book with me to work and spent some time reading it on my lunch break. I realised that I missed out on a post of my thoughts and opinions about the book, so here it is. Today. We will … Continue reading Book Review: Deep Down Things by Tamara Linse.
In 1914, a truce was unofficially called out by both the German and British soldiers on Christmas Day. Thus, the Armistice Day football match took place at Dale Barracks between German soldiers and Royal Welsh fusiliers. Click here for more information on this historical day. There was a show of solidarity in sports, especially football … Continue reading Solidarity in Football
Warning: Lost blog post ahead. There have been a lot of movie remakes lately, especially the ones with Peter Parker in it and the fairy-tales of Walt Disney. I vividly recall Kristen Stewart in 'Snow White and the Huntsman'. Oh my God, please, no. Her acting was stiff and wooden in the Stephenie Meyer's Twilight … Continue reading Gotham vs. Krypton.
I woke up this morning to some really terrible news. That France had been on the receiving end of several deadly attacks. Was it the work of terrorists? I have yet to find out. So far I've read, 43 were killed with dozens injured and the French police are in the midst of their investigation … Continue reading #PRAYFORPARIS