Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! Here’s an interesting story I want to share with all of you. A few days back, I was on my way home from my husband’s grandmother’s house (So she’s my grandmother-in-law? Hehe), driving my car, navigating through the narrow road of the village when I suddenly came into a … Continue reading Me, the Obstacle and what lies ahead
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful. Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! First of all, I must congratulate myself for posting 4 blog posts for 4 consecutive weekends last month (even though 2 of them are throwback posts because I had a deadline to catch and also because I miss … Continue reading 9 things I learned in January
Bismilahirrahmanirrahim, In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful. Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! It is the second week of the year 2021, and it is also my first blog post for the brand new year. Many things had happened in the tragic year of 2020, which involved the COVID-19 Pandemic, … Continue reading Of Faith and Strength
Since time immemorial, the doctors and the pharmacists had always worked together. According to a Greek legend; The God of Healing Ascelpius, had entrusted his apothecary Hyegiea to compound his remedies. In Ancient Egypt, there were two classes of physician-priests; the ones who visited the sick- the doctors, and the one who prepared the remedies- … Continue reading Doctors and Pharmacists: Rivals or Allies?
Assalamualaikum wbt and a very good day. In Malaysia, it had been several weeks since the commencement of the Movement Control Order (MCO), one of the efforts made to break the chains of Covid-19. Hopefully we will see the end of it, insya Allah. I am lucky and blessed that my Akad Nikah and Reception … Continue reading Five Lessons Learned During the MCO
Stress and anxiety relate with each other, the same goes with depression, as there is the existence of the DASS (Depression Anxiety Stress Scale) test, a psychological test that is used to measure your levels of stress, anxiety and depression. When taking the test, make sure that you are currently not experiencing any recent events … Continue reading From a student to a working adult: My Methods of Handling Stress and Anxiety
I had just posted two blog posts on my old blog. I told myself that a brand new life could be started from where you left out, weaved together with the memories- in other words, I can continue writing on my old blog. It felt good and familiar anyway. I had been keeping the blog … Continue reading The Old and The New