Thursday, 26 April 2012

Thanks =)

hai! Assalamualaikum w.b.t
 We see again.. with the new entry
The entry for giving an appreciate to someone

Oh, before that...
How’s your class for this semester and how you instructor?
is he/she very strict? or cool? or very friendly?

Yes! That the issue that I want to share.................................

Ok, actually....
I want to say thanks to our beloved STID lecturer “Sir Tarmizi Bin Musa”

Thanks for giving me and my friends to learn something new such as create our own blog and other applications computer.
Now, we have our own blog...hahahahah do you have???

I think this is my 1st time that I have a cool lecturer but it’s not mean that the other lecturer is bad
Thanks again sir coz giving a full commitment in our classes, give a lot’s  of tips @ may be the answer in mid term exam..

-sorry coz not giving full attention in you class * very sleepy because class at 2.00 p.m
-sorry coz always chatting in you class

Hopefully sir can forgive us..

Thanks sir, thank for everything..

FOOTNOTE: please appreciate with what u have =)

Friday, 20 April 2012


hai, Assalamualaikum =)
exam still around the corner..
lets we share how to get easier in study..
with doa', InsyALLAH...
our demand will be fulfill, 





FOOTNOTE: Don't forget to say thanks to ALLAH ( alhamdulillah ) because we only plan, but God who determines =)

Tuesday, 17 April 2012


 hai! assalamualaikum =) 
today I want to share an article that I just read
I think this is the best time to share about this article with my fellow friends
this is because we are very busy with an examinations and due date for submit an assignments
and I'm sure that, most of students like to do their work last minute
they rushing to finish up their work and lastly got stress
so, please read this article 

Life can be stressful; sometimes you'll have to deal with ongoing stress positively. Stress can have a variety of causes such as family problems, job problems, financial difficulties, poor health, mechanical breakdowns, false expectations or even the death of someone close to you. It is important to recognize the causes (some stress is natural) and, if possible, take steps to deal with the root of the problem or do simple stress relievers like, squeezing a stress ball or taking a hot and relaxing bath. Ask for help from friends and, in severe cases, professionals

1. Take control of your life and take a moment to think about all you have been given and how blessed you are.
Be thankful for everything you do have in control and dismiss everything you don't. Be thankful for even the simplest things such as having a roof over your head, having a bed to sleep on, having quality food, warmth, security, and mostly good health. This is something that many people in the world don't even have so think how lucky you are.
2. Be aware of your choices; you always have a choice.
This is true for emotions as well as work. Sometimes you need to let your emotions out but still stay in control.
3. Say something positive to yourself as soon as you wake up every morning.
This will keep your energy and mind going.
4. Start every day with a reflection, spiritual or otherwise.
5. Set goals for what you need to achieve that day, then write a "to do list".
When writing your "to do list":
    • Know your limits - Be realistic about what you can accomplish in a day.
    • Prioritize your tasks and work to finish them starting with the highest priority (urgent/important).
    • Do your most unpleasant or most difficult task at the beginning of the day when you are fresh, thereby avoiding the stress of last minute preparation. Procrastination feeds stress!
    • Emphasize quality in your work, rather than sheer quantity.
    • Schedule your day and your stress as this can reduce the number of stressors you must juggle at any one time. Stagger deadlines for large projects.
    • Add some "breathing" space that will allow you time for "recharging" and creative thinking. You will also be better prepared when an unanticipated task arrives. Too much logical and systematic thinking creates stress - you need to give that part of the brain a rest and stimulate the other parts of the brain.
    • Review your goals at the end of the day and think about everything you have achieved. This is cathartic and will help you sleep better. Check off the things that you accomplished on the "to do" list.
    • Know your limits and do not push yourself too hard or beat yourself up when you do not achieve your goals. Tomorrow is another day, start writing tomorrows to-do-list before you lie down so that it is off your chest.
Much stress arises from feeling overwhelmed. Being organized and getting your priorities straight can help you break responsibilities down into manageable pieces and focus on the things that really matter.
7. Identify the things that put you under stress.
Make sure you understand why you become stressed so that you can try to avoid these circumstances.
8. Stop worrying about what you cannot change.
This especially comes with things such as politics. Learning to accept things as they are is an important coping mechanism, but not as easy as it sounds.
9. Take responsibility for making your life what you want it to be.
It is less stressful to make decisions and take action than to feel powerless and react to other's decisions. Decide what you want and go for it!
10. Treat your body right - You will have more self-confidence and energy, and be less likely to experience the physical side effects of stress:<
    • Eat a healthy breakfast and healthy snacks only. Your choice of food is very important when dealing with stress; stay away from sugary snacks and have unsalted nuts and fruit available.
    • Drink water it is the best beverage and stay off alcohol which always adds to stress one way or another. Caffeine is also known to raise stress levels, so again it is best to drink water.
    • Get fit. Exercise a little every day. This releases endorphins that can lower stress levels, also eat chocolate it also releases endorphins, but only in a small to moderate dosage.
    • Get enough sleep, and, if possible, get into regular sleeping habits.
11. Listen to music. Stress can inspire intense emotional reaction. Utilize it. Vent the spleen to a favourite piece of music and experience a happy release. Also, positive and relaxing music can be helpful.
    • Listen to calm and soft music. It really gets you relaxed and happy. Try listening to music with no vocals and pick music with instruments like the flute, piano, etc.

12. Use positive self-talk –
One of the first things you can do in facing stressful situations is to reinforce your resolve through positive statements such as, "I can handle this, one step at a time," or "Since I've been successful with this before, there's no reason why I can't do it again".
13. Rehearse (visualize) - When you know that you are going to face a stressful situation, rehearse how you are going to handle it.
 Picture yourself overcoming it successfully. Create a mental "videotape" that you can play over and over in your mind.
14. Visualize positive things; this does not take long but can help you regain focus.
15. Develop a sense of humour - One of the barriers to stress reduction is the temptation to take things too seriously.
It's okay to back off from your intensity and see the humour in life's situations. Laugh a little or better yet, laugh a lot! See the humour in stress.
16. Talk to friends
This is one of the most important things, as keeping things bottled up can only cause more stress.
17. Learn to say no; you cannot do everything you are asked.
18. Accept and appreciate the turmoil around you, without it there couldn't be anything you could call a good thing. Understand, that to feel frustration and anxiety only indicates your own humanity, and it's nothing to feel ashamed of.
19. Take a bath this will give you private time and relax the body.
20. Chew gum
It has been shown that the action of chewing can reduces stress; this is why many people who are under constant stress tend to overeat. Chewing gum is a healthier alternative.
21. Try some relaxation techniques or breathing techniques.
See one of the following articles for some suggestions on how to relax

22. Lie down on a bed with your eyes closed for a few minutes.
Try to let your mind go blank. You may eventually fall asleep if you are relaxed enough

Sources :

FOOTNOTE: Smile Always =)

Monday, 16 April 2012


hai! Assalamualaikum everyone =)
I just to wishes all of you

This is my schedule for the mid term examinations

                16 April 2012  --->     International Business
                19 April 2012  ---> ( Computer Application in Management )
                18 April 2012  --->  Management Information System
                20 April 2012  ---> Managerial Mathematics
                24 April 2012  ---> Company Law
                27 April 2012  ---> Financial management 1

Sunday, 15 April 2012

what happen to me?

Hai! Assalamualaikum..
How’s your semester break?
It’s bored @ very awesome?
What happen in your semester break, now it’s over..
We should go back to our student life..
Go to class, doing assignment, answering the examination, involved in program & seminar etc

But, this is not the topic that I want to share..
Actually , the main topic is “my journey for end of semester break”

I want to tell you about my experience that I never had
It’s bad experience but I learn something from there

14 April 2012 ---------------------> I almost missed bus T-T

Huh! This is my 1st experience
Actually  I arrived to the Bus station ( Puduraya) early, at 8.45 p.m and my bus ticket show that I should at 9.30 p.m
My false, I forgot to ask the counter ticket about the bus and I’m just go through to the terminal..
I’m waiting for a long time......until 9.30..
But, bus still no arrived
So, I go to the counter and ask that man *don’t know his name
He said “ eh, awat adik baru mai? Pukui 9.30 dah ni. Bas dah ada kat luaq tu, dekat tempat parking motor, p sana lekaih!”

I was shocked, I feel like I reap the life
I run and run
Oh, I can see the bus =) it still there..
With the full of confident, I store the bag in the boot
Then, I find the seat..
Huh! So tired...
Then, one guy ask me.. “ini tempat awak ke?” “ye saya, kenapa ek?, same seat ke?”
That guy take my ticket then he go to the pakcik bus and ask him..
“pakcik, kenapa seat sama?”
“la, hatni bus pukoi 9.30, bus tu dah jalan lama dah. sekarang bus pukoi 10.00” the pakcik answering..

Dupdapdupdap! Allah, what are you trying to tell me?
What should I do? What happen to me after this? *question playing in my mind
“ adik p ambil bag, bawak turun dulu, tunggu sat kt luaq ni dulu. Tu la, kami kami dok talipon adik tak angkat kenapa? ” the pakcik ask me
“sorry pakcik, saya tak dengar. Kelam kabut td “ =(

I’m waiting for the pakcik
I telephone my mak & abah..
But I’m still cool, still not cry

After 15 minutes, the pakcik call me “dik, mai sini. P naik duk kat ataih tu. Lain kali orang telefon jawab, peka!’
DUSHH!! I’m very embrassing
“sorry pakcik, saya tak dengar tadi. Terima kasih banyak-banyak”
I’m find my seat and everyone looking at me
Cool Dalila, cool ~

Then my younger sister call
Actually she want to make sure that everything fine
But, I don’t know what happen to me, I’m crying like a child
I’m not answering  call from mak & abah
Just reply the massage “ semuanya ok, jangan risau pasal Dalila, TQ ”

And when I’m arrived at UUM
Everything ok....
 laugh at myself
It’s bad experience, but I can learn something

FOOTNOTE: please alert !!!!!

family first

Hai! Assalamualaikum & kabaree??
Today I want to present about my new entry

Before that, I have a one Question for you
Only one Question
The question is............................

How do you show your love to your family?
It’s give a present to them @ always spent time with them @always saying that you love them?
Ok, just answering in your heart J
Actually, I want to share about the best moment with my family for this semester break

This is one way how I spread my love with them
Hang out together, eating, watching movie
Ok2, Lets move on 


Friday, 13 April 2012

2nd Trip

Hai! Assalamualaikum
We see again
It’s about our second trip
At Malacca J
We began our journey at 11 a.m

1st place that we go is 








The end of our journey, we celebrate with YONG TAU FU CHENG

FOOTNOTE: Long Journey, Wide Experience :)

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

1st trip

Hai! Assalamualaikum  & salam 1 malaysia
Thanks because still follow my new entry 
Now, let’s continue my story about “semester break”
After I and my friend arrived at Pudu Raya, Kuala Lumpur
We choose to staying at Bank Negara for a while
After breakfast, we go to Tugu Negara
The places for remembering the Heroic Fighter

 *may ALLAH bless them, AMIN

 And after that we go to Memorial Tunku Abdul Razak

After that we go to Jalan TAR

We go back to Malacca at 12.30 pm


Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Semester Break Began :)

Hai! Assalamualaikum & good evening
 Sorry for waiting my new entry
But, hopefully it’s not too late to share about my memories with all of you

At 5th April  2012, our semester break began
semester break is a one week * for your info
So, as usual I will going back to my hometown, Malacca the historical places :)
And for this semester, I’m not alone
You know why????
My friends want to follow me
They want to spent half of their holidays in Malacca
They are yana, miza and ieja


MIZA *IEJA not include in this Pic

We start our journey from Changlun to Kuala Lumpur
Why we transit at Kuala Lumpur??
Actually I want to introduce a little bit about historical and popular place at Kuala Lumpur to my friend
such as Tugu Negara, Jalan TAR, Memorial Place etc
We Start our Journey at 9.00 pm and arrived at Kuala Lumpur at 3.00a.m
So tired :(

Footnote: continue our journey for the next entry, thanks :)