Months in Review: September 2013

Many may have guessed that I’d possibly neglected the blog after being away for a brief period. The actual fact is however kind of true, but it wasn’t particularly my intention. It was the more-than-10-hours pile of office work. It was the time of juggling too many things beyond your control.

At present moment, a pinch of tweak for the monthly review. September wasn’t a superior productive month, but had in turn of interesting event.  I’ll start with the good ones.

The Miraculous Event.

On 22-Sept evening, we stuck around for 2 hours at the Helipad Sepang International Circuit parking lot. Nearly hundreds surrounded the open space area waiting at the entrance gate. Precisely at this point of time, the long wait wasn’t so rigorous, especially when all the exhaustion was drained for The Killers, performing live in Malaysia for the first time ever.

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Months in Review: August 2013

31st August marked the 56th Independence Day (also known as National Day) for our country, a day for celebration of freedom. August was also the month where we celebrated ’Hari Raya’ festival. It was the month of diversified celebrations for the country, disregard inconsequential of celebrating my own.

For August review, I figured to encapsulate what has happened during the month. While for the common monthly plans in pursuance of my 2013 Manifesto, I’d leave that distinctly to my next post since it’s going to be a long-winded review as a whole.

So here’s my August.

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When a Magnificent Author and the Best Chef Talks About Life

So my cat was hugging and chilling on John Green affectionately (oh well, his books), and I could tell he loved the words of wisdom from the admirable author.

This month, I managed to get the top four books of Mr. Green, and I’m currently reading the best-selling ‘The Fault In Our Stars‘. This collection was supposed to be kept until the month of September and for my next vacation, but I could not resist any longer to unwrap these books. Who would anyway?

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Months in Review: July 2013

July is all about the ‘Ramadan’ month where Muslims (including myself) were fasting during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset. To be exact, the first day of fasting was on 10-July. That also meant lesser sleeping hours for me, where I usually woke up at 5:00 AM for ‘sahur’ (to consume early meal before fasting), go to work, ‘iftar’ (break fasting) at around 7:30 PM, settling all household matters, prayers, emails, watching recorded TV series and go to bed mostly at midnight, around 1:00 AM.

And it wasn’t just about fasting, here’s the journey of July.

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