Thursday, November 23, 2017

Young Living Oiling Journey

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Monday, May 8, 2017

Yeast Bangsar

My husband is away on business trip. We usually do school runs together and sometimes, after morning drop off, we will go for breakfast. Im not a breakfast person (because Im just lazy) but today, I feel like having breakfast on my own, somewhere.

I drove to Bangsar Telawi to this little bistro called Yeast. I've been here once with my husband before but didnt really explore the menu. I had tuna croissant and a cup of hot latte and today, I did the same. Yeast serves proper breakfast, lunch and dinner. All french! I've only been here for breakfast. I can see they have lots of bread, pastries and tarts.

I love this little cafe because it reminds me of those little bistros in Paris. I had a good time enjoying my breakfast this morning. I should do this more often. I love the Yellow flowers they put on our table. It just brightens up my morning totally. In case you dont know, Yellow is my favourite colour.

I didnt order anything fancy. I saw the tarts and wanted to order them but I dont think I'll be able to finish it. I loved the simplicity of this breakfast. Plain tuna croissant with a nice hot latte and I was a happy bunny pretending I was in Paris all by myself. How lovely!

I miss Paris. It is one of my favourite cities in the world but after what happened recently, I dont think I'll be going back there again anytime soon. So I guess, Yeast will do for now.

Friday, March 24, 2017


I know you all know Uber, right? Believe it or not, I've never tried uber. I mean, why should I? I have a car and I drive everywhere. If I dont have a car, I just rather stay home.

Last week, I made an appointment to meet up with my friend for business talk / birthday lunch. She's super busy so I locked her time in advance every time I needed to have a catch up session with her. Good thing is our kids go to the same school. Some days we just bump into each other in school. We've been friends since school days. Since I was 12 years old so she's definitely one of my good friends. She's super busy too because she's in politics, a mom and she has a lot of businesses under her watch. I get tired thinking about her sometimes so it was good to just hang out and chat. Plus, it was her birthday and I wanted to give her a treat.

Since I already made an appointment to meet up with her, I couldn't cancel. Turns out, my husband sent my car for servicing that day. I was contemplating if I should cancel and reschedule but I figured, let's just stick to it and get my husband to send me there and then pick me up on the way back from school pick up. But he was busy that day and couldn't send me there. I decided to take a cab but my friends and family asked me to uber!

Uber sounds good but I feel a bit uncomfortable. I mean, with Taxis it is not that uncomfortable because you sit at the back and just let the driver drive. But with uber, you are taking a lift from the driver. You ride on his/her car. It's so weird.

My cousin was laughing at me. I decided to try uber.

It was really easy too. I opted to pay by cash and also I opted for a nice car, which is an Uber Black car. The rates are slightly higher but at least its a nicer car. My cousin said sometimes you get really nice cars too. I was hoping I'd get a ferrari or something…but a Honda Accord turned up.

At first I was really nervous. To sit in front or at the back? Sitting at the back seems rude, no? So I sat in front. The driver is this young boy who is very friendly and nice.

I was of course nervous and all but the ride was smooth and good. We had a good conversation about the Uber application and how it works (because I was an uber virgin) and he explained it well to me. I got to my destination in like 15 minutes and it wasn't too bad at all.

I think I might uber more next time. My experience was a good one. Not bad, uber!