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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Is that true girls and boys cannot be just a bestfriend??

hye readers!!! okay this time I want to share what i'm thinking right now... is that true girl and boy cannot be just a friend? everyone have their own opinion.. so do i... to me girls and boys can be just a bestfriend but some people do not think so... why?? better you ask them by yourself... hahaha... to me boys and girls can just be a bestfriend.. but it depends how they feel when they are friends... sometimes maybe we just treat them as a friend like we take care of them, sharing problem or happiness with them... but they will misunderstood... they might think that we have feeling to them, we care of them because we love them, when we listen to their problem they will think that we are concern about them more than friend... maybe the way we treat them different with other friends do make they think that way (who knows?)... my mom said that boys and girls are impossible to be just a bestfriend.. she said that either one will have the feeling to be more than just a bestfriend (mean that want to be a couple).. at one time i think that my mom was wrong but sometimes i feel that she was right.. so i need your opinion about this.. (comment about this okay) hehhe.. however to me... it's all about what we intend to be... either just be a friend or more.. it's all about feeling so it's hard to say...

Comics? Is it giving us a lesson or just wasting our time?

Comics…some people will say that they just wasting time and money.... However, do they know sometimes comics give us a lot of information and can release our tension too? Based on my own experiences, I’ll share with you what I’m thinking... Actually before this, I also thought the same way... I think that people who reading comics just wasting their time and waste their money.... mostly all of my friends love to read comics.... So I wonder, why they love read it? Is it so fun? Then I try to find why and what actually makes my friends love comics.... Then, I borrowed my friend’s comic and you know what? I fall in love with comics.... Now I know why my friends love comics.... Not only they are fun but also full of knowledge.... Why I say so? Actually I don’t even know anything about football, rugby, and etc. I also don’t know the different between American football and rugby. Comics also teach me how to be a good thinker and have good analysis. It also teaches me how to interpret data. Okay now how about wasting money to buy comics... I know comics are expensive about RM 4 to RM 6.50 but nowadays, we did not need to buy.... We can read it online for free... to read the comic that you want click here.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

it's all about me....

hi!!! my name is azeza.. just call me za.... I'm really writing blog before this but just to express my feelings... and I make it as private mode... now i make it for public for my assignment... and after this i'll update my blog... ok a little bit story of me and my family....
my hometown is Kluang, Johor... I've 2 brothers and 1 sister.... they give me inspiration to continue my study.... i'm continuing my study at UiTM Melaka.... talking about hobby.... my hobbies are reading comics and listen to korean pop... i also love to watch korean drama.... that's all for my background.... next time i'll share a my thougth and what i'm interested with in the next post...
ta ta for now...


emmm rase happy jer...
sbb da lame x contact ngan kgkwn lame....
ble dpt contact tue rase cam heaven jer...
pastu banding kn dulu ngan skrang..... herm sbnrnyer smue org xbyk brubah...
cume dr sgi rupe prs n ketinggian jer kot... heheh...
za gak yg x tinggi2... erm last rase diri nie tinggi time form 1 kot...
ahahahhaha... pastu da rase za la paling pendek n temok.... arghhhh sdeyh nyer.....
hehehehe... rindu nyer kat korg smue....

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Importance of communication

article by - ne2008

Imagine living in a household where every single family member has not a clue what the others are talking about. Even worse, perhaps all the family members don’t know how to talk to each other. Imagine working for a company that has no form of communication between management and its employees. You don’t talk to your co-workers or exchange ideas. Things get done only because each individual takes it upon themselves to accomplish their tasks. There is no sharing of ideas or discussion of how things can flow more smoothly.

It isn’t hard to see that in those situations, the importance of communication could make or break the situation. Without the sharing of ideas and discussing thoughts, the world would cease to exist in many ways. The importance of communication in a household is so much more urgent than many people realize. Sadly, there are too many families that couldn’t tell you what their siblings or children dream about or desire. There is no discussion of hopes and dreams. It is strictly about survival. There are parents of troublesome kids and teens who cannot understand why their children are constantly in trouble in school and with the law. They don’t take the time to look at their family situation and realize that the lack of communication may have played a huge role in their children’s upbringings. There is such an overwhelming need for emphasizing the importance of communication these days, especially in the households. Too many people spend bonding time in front of the television and feel that is spending quality time together. That isn’t quality time together; that’s simply sharing the television.

For many people, the importance of communication is something they recognize but how to integrate that into their lifestyles is somewhat of a mystery. They never knew what communication was in their own families. It isn’t hard to learn to communicate and effective ways in which communication can be made simple, but it does require some persistence and a need to have that communication. Plus, there needs to be an understanding that lines of communication don’t open up immediately. If you’re not accustomed to having perfect communication, it takes some patience and time. You can easily get some hints from a family doctor, a counselor, a pastor or someone who you admire for their own communication skills. As long as you start to acknowledge the fact that the importance of communication is almost vital to many forms of survival, it can be learned in the workplace and at home. Amazingly, the better your communication skills become in the household, the more they will spill over into your workplace communication as well. Think about how much more can be and will be accomplished in the world with just practicing a few important communication skills.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day

article by - sheree jegtvig

Studies show that children who eat breakfast do better in school. It doesn't take much further thought to realize adults will feel better and perform better at work as well. Whether you work at home, on the farm, at the office, at school, or on the road, it is not a good idea to skip breakfast. Eating a good breakfast sets the tone for the rest of the day.

When you skip breakfast, you are likely to become tired when your brain and body run low on fuel. By mid-morning, you might grab a cup of coffee or wolf down a sugary candy bar to wake up again. This might work for a few minutes, but by lunch time you are hungry, crabby, and perhaps your mood might make you a little more prone to make unhealthy choices at lunch.

Skipping breakfast is a common strategy for losing weight, but not a smart one. Many people believe that they will lose weight if they skip meals, but that just isn't true; the body expects to be refueled a few times each day -- starting with breakfast.

Actually, eating breakfast is good for weight loss. In fact, people who eat breakfast are more likely to maintain a healthy weight.

Making a Healthy Breakfast

A healthy breakfast should contain some protein and some fiber. Protein can come from low fat meats, eggs, beans or dairy. Fiber can be found in whole grains, vegetables and fruits. A good example of a healthy breakfast might be something simple like a hard boiled egg, an orange, and a bowl of whole grain cereal with low fat milk.

Stay away from the sugary cereals, syrups, pastries, and white breads because they are digested quickly and will leave you hungry and tired in a couple of hours. Protein and fiber satisfy your hunger and will keep you feeling full until lunch time.

If you really don't like to eat breakfast, you can split it up into two smaller meals. Eat a hard boiled egg at home, and an hour or two later, take a break from work and snack on an apple and a handful of healthy nuts like pecans or walnuts.

Breakfast Every Morning

Remember that eating a healthy breakfast is the best way to start off your day, and be good to yourself by eating a healthy breakfast. Notice how much better you feel through the morning and the rest of the day when you don't skip breakfast.

what is calories?

article by - David Galanies

What Is A Calorie?

A calorie is a unit of energy. We tend to associate calories with food, but they apply to anything containing energy. For example, a gallon (about 4 liters) of gasoline contains about 31,000,000 calories.

Specifically, a calorie is the amount of energy, or heat, it takes to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water 1 degree Celsius (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit). One calorie is equal to 4.184 joules, a common unit of energy used in the physical sciences.

Most of us think of calories in relation to food, as in "This can of soda has 200 calories." It turns out that the calories on a food package are actually kilocalories (1,000 calories = 1 kilocalorie). The word is sometimes capitalized to show the difference, but usually not. A food calorie contains 4,184 joules. A can of soda containing 200 food calories contains 200,000 regular calories, or 200 kilocalories. A gallon of gasoline contains 31,000 kilocalories.

The same applies to exercise -- when a fitness chart says you burn about 100 calories for every mile you jog, it means 100 kilocalories. For the duration of this article, when we say "calorie," we mean "kilocalorie."

What Calories Do?

Human beings need energy to survive -- to breathe, move, pump blood-- and they acquire this energy from food.

The number of calories in a food is a measure of how much potential energy that food possesses. A gram of carbohydrates has 4 calories, a gram of protein has 4 calories, and a gram of fat has 9 calories. Foods are a compilation of these three building blocks. So if you know how many carbohydrates, fats and proteins are in any given food, you know how many calories, or how much energy, that food contains.

If we look at the nutritional label on the back of a packet of maple-and-brown-sugar oatmeal, we find that it has 160 calories. This means that if we were to pour this oatmeal into a dish, set the oatmeal on fire and get it to burn completely (which is actually pretty tricky), the reaction would produce 160 kilocalories (remember: food calories are kilocalories) -- enough energy to raise the temperature of 160 kilograms of water 1 degree Celsius.

If we look closer at the nutritional label, we see that our oatmeal has 2 grams of fat, 4 grams of protein and 32 grams of carbohydrates, producing a total of 162 calories (apparently, food manufacturers like to round down). Of these 162 calories, 18 come from fat (9 cal x 2 g), 16 come from protein (4 cal x 4 g) and 128 come from carbohydrates (4 cal x 32 g).

Our bodies "burn" the calories in the oatmeal through metabolic processes, by which enzymes break the carbohydrates into glucose and other sugars, the fats into glycerol and fatty acids and the proteins into amino acids.

These molecules are then transported through the bloodstream to the cells, where they are either absorbed for immediate use or sent on to the final stage of metabolism in which they are reacted with oxygen to release their stored energy.

Your Caloric Needs

Just how many calories do our cells need to function well? The number is different for every person. You may notice on the nutritional labels of the foods you buy that the "percent daily values" are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

2,000 calories is a rough average of what a person needs to eat in a day, but your body might need more or less than 2,000 calories. Height, weight, gender, age and activity level all affect your caloric needs.