Time is precious. Time is everything. Time is life. I’m not sure I can live without time because time is the only thing that bind me with my memories and future. Without time, I have nothing but an obscuration. If I have something to keep in my life, that would definitely be the ‘time’ because once it is in the past, it may never come back. Every single thing in this world depends on time, even momentum depends on time. Continue Reading
One of the most important thing to consider when blogging is your loading time. Your visitors would not like to visit a blog that loads snail-like slow. There are tons of tools available for you to increase your page loading times, and one of them are reducing the size of your images using either GIF, PNG-8, or JPEG as the file formats. If you have been blogging, and wondering how to do image optimisation on your existing images on your blog, your answer might be to use ShortPixel.
Aloha, pretties. This is just going to be a short update before I’m off to the park for a jog. I just received a very good news which I’m so excited to share this news with you. Have you heard about theCovets yet? It’s the first Malaysian beauty platform which provides aspirational and inspirational beauty to women that walk and breathe beauty. The site is dedicated to affluent women that embrace beauty as a part of her. Continue Reading
I have been blogging ever since I was in high school (that was about 22 years ago). Most people would say blogging is just wasting time but I still feel writing a blog is not just being open to the world. Blogging is actually a place where I tend to share the knowledge, experience, and tips. While some might say I have too much free time, I can say time management is crucial when it comes to blogging.
There are times when I do feel as if I contribute nothing for other people. There’s something that empty inside me, an urge for me to help those who are in need, even if I have to pray. Thus, blogging is just a place for me to write something which help people to make purchasing decision. However, I still feel the emptiness which I went to look out for something else, or maybe something that can make other people believe that miracles are there when we least expect them. And then… I stumbled upon this site which is going to change my life, forever.
If you are an avid reader who is looking for more adventure to get books in your hand without having to spend a dime, there here’s a great place where you should get yourself signed up. Blogging for Books is brought to you by the friendly folks at The Crown Publishing Group. This program was designed for one purpose: Give out free books to bloggers in exchange for an honest review. Continue Reading
I recently received an invitation from Joash from Hasmeta, a well-known Singapore-based social media marketing agency that specialised in combining creativity with technology to deliver accurate social media analytics data to large companies such as Bosch, L’Occitane, Fujitsu, SteveMadden, Giti, PwC, and KornFerry. I’m not going to talk about Hashmeta but they have recently launched StarNgage which you can collaborate on campaigns as well as provides you with accurate data. Read more if you’re interested to get to know more about StarNgage.
I realized that more people are moving from blogging to Instagram or Facebook. So do the businesses. More businesses are depending on what other people post on their Instagram, provided that the Instagram is set in public mode. There’s no point tagging the businesses with private Instagram. It’s fully understandable that some people want to keep their Instagram as private as possible, but wouldn’t it better not to Instagram at all if you wanted to keep your life secluded from public attention or stalkers, perhaps?
Blogging means you’re building community, you have the urge to contribute something valuable in order to remain relevant. When you blog, your work should be useful to your readers, the people who are looking for information. However, one of the barriers that prevent one from blogging is fear. Fear of rejection, fear of being laughed at, fear of grammatical errors, etc. We fear that people cannot accept us to be part of the blogger community.
Happy New Year, lovelies! I hope you have a wonderful one today. I woke up earlier today as we’re going back to the hometown later. I’ve been wanting to share with you why I started blogging (and why you should blog, too!). I’ve been blogging to many years, ever since I was 16 years old. I blogged for myself because I was lack of confidence with my English. I met other bloggers and we shared a lot including vocabulary. Later, I started to write about things that happened around me, usually the complaining ones until one day my Uncle said I should blog to earn money. I didn’t believe that I could make money but he told me some bloggers earn thousands for blogging only. That was about 13 years ago. I was still struggling with my first Degree, and it was really hard to get Internet access at the campus.