Surfing the Internet and fresh from a make-up course in September, I signed up for bellabox in early October.
Bellabox exists for women who want to try out samples of new beauty items before they decide what works for their skin, or checking out what’s new in the market. The free delivery to my doorstep that comes with the monthly subscription is a plus point too!
The delivery came promptly on 16 October as promised in their email confirmation. It was a good 1st impression because it wasn’t a box but a bag! Lucky me! Caught them just in time for their 2nd anniversary special! 🙂
With extra time on my hands, I thought I’d put it to good use. The poster that appeared on Facebook couldn’t appear at a better time. My original plan was to try this out for a year.
And so, I joined Aspire and Achieve Through Mentorship, or AAM, a mentorship programme for full-time madrasah students in Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah for their preparations for PSLE and O Level examinations. The group would gather at the school every Saturday morning.
I’ve updated my blog so that it would be more friendly and user-friendly. Basically, I’ve just added a new Links page.
I find that I’ve been using many external links to websites that own the certain product or business that I review. This page lists down all the links that are used in this blog. Links to the images that I used to illustrate my posts, and videos are also included.
In the lists, the external link and the related blog post are mentioned together. If you’re the owner of the website or source of image that I used but not credited, please let me know so that I can update my list and/or elements.
A big THANK YOU to my readers and followers! This improvement to my blog is through my experience to make reading and surfing more convenient. You, dear reader, can just click the Links tab above (this word is also hyperlinked). Feedback are welcome! 🙂
After the demise of Friendster, I thought I’d just stick to Facebook, this awesome blog and the regular email addresses I have as marks of my presence in cyberspace. I’ve always loved being in low profile and away from the limelight, but having some persona in some social network can help others to know you better.
I love Facebook. It has helped me reconnect with old friends and faraway relatives. Ah… the beauty of technology. Then, boredom sets in. Thanks to the icon that sits patiently in my iPhone, waiting to be used, I finally succumbed and signed up for a Twitter account.
The forum game is in Physics Forums, one of my favourite websites I go to for fun. It is a short trip around the world with trivia.
It starts with the one person posting an image of a location, which is usually quite significant, notable or unique. Others are supposed to guess the location. The one who gets it right, gets to post another image, and others will guess. And so on.