Friday, 31 March 2017

KGB With The Family

I had a pretty nice lunch at KGB with my friend a few days earlier and when I ate at somewhere nice, I'd bring my family there for a treat too.
 Back to KGB on a Friday night and looking forward to the weekend! Yippee!
Our first order that arrived was the Magmar Sweet Potato Fries (RM17.50). The sweet potato fries are coated with salted eggs and cooked with curry leaves. It's a heavenly combo of creamy, sweet, salty and with a nice hint of the curry leaves. 

Absolute a WIN!
I ordered the usual - Sacre Blue. Look pretty harmless and boring, doesn't it? It packs a punch with the blue cheese in it. Nyum nyum.
Son had The Shack (RM14.50) which has Crust Seared Beef, Sharp Cheddar with Shack Sauce.
Hubby had KGB Spiked ((RM17.50) which has Crust Seared Beef, Sharp Cheddar, Crispy Beef Bacon and KGB Spicy Sauce.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Chawan On A Rainy Night

It's been raining almost every evening lately so I decided to just run at the gym. Because rain also causes massive jam to go home, we decided to eat dinner before we head home.

We had dinner at Chawan in Bangsar on Wednesday night.

Wet nights made me hanker for soupy things and not any soupy things either. Curry soup.

 So I ordered curry laksa.

OK lah, but not exactly the type of curry I was looking for.

Hubby said I should've ordered what he and Son had ordered instead.
While the two boys had nasi tomato with beef rendang.
View from the other side of the plate.

Decent portion. Rendang gravy was OK but beef chunks were too big and tasted a bit bland. The spices didn't seem to soak into the beef. 
Chawan has quite a selection of local coffee served, but since it was already night time (a weekday at that), I didn't order any coffee.

I had longan drink (good amount of longan) while hubby and Son had teh o ais and teh o ais limau.

The damage was RM68.80.

If only Restoran Berjaya opens till evening, then I can have a good, decent curry mee for a fraction of Chawan price. Huhuhu

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Finally, My Salmon Dinner!

After dunno how long, I finally had my salmon meal! Hahaha

Pardon the slightly cacat salmon steak. :P

Served with a spicy pasta and now my tummy is happy.

I ate what I kinda craved (mabo tofu on Sunday and salmon on Tuesday).

Tomorrow can eat salad lah! NOT!

Monday, 27 March 2017

KGB Burgers And Tokyo Marathon Souvenir

I had lunch with a running buddy today and we met at KGB Burger The Gardens Mall.

Another running buddy had eaten KGB Burgers the day before and the photos made us drool so we decided to make a visit too! 
Can you believe that it's my first time eating at KGB Gardens Mall outlet. I've visited the Bangsar branch before but not the one that is really nearest to me. LOL
As I love blue cheese, I chose the Sacre Blue burger. Grilled beef patties with crumbled blue cheese, crumbled Ritz and Buffalowing Aoili.

My friend Aiza (she took the photos of the menu and burgers. Thanks Aiza!) had Truffles Swiss. Grilled beef with sauteed Portobello mushrooms, Swiss cheese, beef bacon, Truffle infuse & herbed ranch.

Another friend who ran in Tokyo Marathon in February had helped bought us some Tokyo Marathon souvenirs and Aiza and I did a cap exchange during lunch.

I wonder when I will wear my special cap? ^^

Thanks Aiza!

Sunday, 26 March 2017

Ichiban Ramen For Dinner

I've been hankering for mabo tofu, and well, been quite lazy to cook it so the next best thing is go out and eat lah!

Ichiban Ramen serves a decent mabo tofu, in my opinion so that's where we headed off on Sunday for dinner.
Mabo tofu (RM10,50) and rice (RM3.20) for me.

The boys had ramen.
 Hubby had beef ramen (RM17.90).
Son had tomato beef ramen (RM20,90)

Plus green tea (RM2.50 per glass/refillable) our meal was RM66.00.

Quite OK lah.

And I got to eat a decent mabo tofu!

Friday, 24 March 2017


Hundreds of Participants Eager to Learn Dos and Don’ts of Running
KUALA LUMPUR, March 2017: The Standard Chartered KL Marathon Running Clinics are gaining in popularity as more than 300 runners took part in the second round of Running Clinics organised by Dirigo Events, owner and organiser of the premier running event in the country, over the last weekend. There was a Junior Running Clinic on Saturday, 11 March for children between the ages of 6-12, a general clinic for adults on Sunday and even a specialised Running Clinic for those attempting their first Half Marathon.
“We are delighted that the clinics are getting more traction from participants. We were one of the first running events in Malaysia to start organising Running Clinics in 2009 with an average of 50 participants or so per clinic, and we are now starting to see bigger interest in these clinics,” said Rainer Biemans, Director of Dirigo Events and Project Director of SCKLM 2017. “More runners are starting to recognise the importance of the correct running and training techniques and find these clinics extremely useful as they can also get all their questions answered by our official running coach Mark Williams,” he added.
The Junior Running clinics got off to a slightly wet start on Saturday at the MSN Sports Complex in Setiawangsa as a brief downpour threatened to put a damper on proceedings. The clinic was halted temporarily but resumed once the rain stopped. The clinic is broken up into two categories to cater for the two categories available for children at the race, namely the 1km Dash for kids aged between 6-9 and the 3km Dash for those aged from 10-12.
“It’s great to see the kids taking such an interest in running, and even more gratifying when they show improvement after taking your advice into consideration,” said Mark Williams. “Some of these kids need a great deal of work to unlearn some bad habits they’ve picked up with regards to posture, stride, cadence, etc but a few of them are natural runners who could go far with the right encouragement,” he continued.
The General Running Clinic for the adults on Sunday at the Bukit Jalil Recreational Park looked more like a running carnival with hundreds of SCKLM participants there from the crack of dawn, along with sponsors who set up booths to provide refreshments or display their products and services. Title sponsor Standard Chartered Bank provided coffee and bananas to famished runners while apparel sponsor Brooks had a booth that provided accurate measurements of runners’ feet that would help with selecting the right type of shoe that best suits your running gait. Lucozade were also on hand to keep the runners hydrated throughout the clinic.
While the firs Running Clinic was all about what you need to do when “Starting To Train” this second Running Clinic was focused on the “Correct Running Form”. After some dynamic stretching exercises, Mark showed the runners how to run in a way that minimises resistance and enhances running efficiency. The participants then went on looped runs around the park with the number of loops depending on the category they have entered for the race, before ending with strength and conditioning exercises.
Sivabalan and Ashiq, both 50 and both first-time participants of the Standard Chartered KL Marathon, are relative newcomers to running and who were also attending a Running Clinic for the first time. “We decided to get into running in order to keep fit and healthy as we both have very desk-bound jobs working in IT,” said Sivabalan. “The Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2017 is the first official race we will be taking part in and we’re definitely glad we came for this Running Clinic as we’ve learnt quite a few pointers from the coach,” added Ashiq.
There were also a unique group of participants who attended the last Running Clinic – 15 visually impaired runners from the Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB) who have been sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank to take part in the Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2017 in the 5km category. These visually impaired runners will run with “running buddies” who are staff volunteers. The programme is part of Standard Chartered Bank’s CSR initiative that promotes sustainable communities. In total 30 visually impaired runners will be given the opportunity to accomplish something that would have been out of their reach were it not for this programme.

Runners can still sign up for the remaining Running Clinics as there are two more General and Junior Clinics to go before Race Day. You can find out more at
For more information and updates on SCKLM, please visit:

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Seafood Alfresco At Alam Impian!

Dunno where to go makan or where to jalan-jalan on the first weekend of April?

Why not head to Alam Impian Sales Gallery and enjoy what the food trucks there are serving!

Seafood Alfresco is an event that is held every first Saturday of the month and the next one is on 1st April!

Very ngam for me to do some carboloading before running a 16K the next day, at Run For Fund! Hahaha

Watch the teaser... Syiok giler.

Sure makes you drool and want to makan now, right? hehehe

Got Maggi ketam, chilli crab with mantao, churros, sotong bakar morib, ICT, tahu bakar (eh! I want!!!!), apam balik istana, tenggiri porridge, to name a few. 

Makan-makan, listen to buskers, spend time with family and friends and enjoying the outdoors. Come, come. I'll be there. ^^

Remember, the next event is on 1st April, 2017 and from 3pm to 10.30pm!

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Media Alert: Running on Hope at PEACE Run 2017

Running on Hope at PEACE Run 2017
Cyberjaya, 22nd March 2017 –Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) 2017 cohort of students are organising a relief team destined for Nepal under the project Post-Earthquake Aid & Care for Nepal (PEACE NEPAL 2017). The team will be hosting a run as part of their fundraising activities to support the mission’s fund in July 2017.

There are three categories open for the public which are 3KM, 5KM and 10KM respectively, however, due to the overwhelming responses from the public 3KM category slots have been sold out in just two weeks after it was opened for registration.

The concept of the run is a combination of the classical and virtual run. A virtual run is the new version of run that usually been conducted in the current running scene and the race pack will be shipped to their addresses as part of their participation merchandise. The concept makes easy for some runners who are interested in participating and donating but unable to be present physically at the event.

CUCMS’ students have been championing the international humanitarian mission in the South-East Asia for the past three years. The team divides the activities into two categories as for the short-term activities are medical check-up, mass circumcision and distribution of donation items. While the long-term activities are to build water pumps and provide solar panels to the local community.
The registration will end in 31st March 2017 and participants can collect their race pack at DPulze Shopping Centre Cyberjaya on 13th April 2017. Let’s join the running on hope and don’t miss our #free medical check-up at the event!

Useful links:

Official sites:

Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences is a top tier university in Malaysia that focuses on niche healthcare programmes. The university has been rated as Tier-5 (Excellent) by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency. Strategically located on a modern, fully equipped 5-acre campus at the heart of Cyberjaya, the university currently has over 3500 students who are enrolled in more than 20 programmes ranging from degree to postgraduate research courses in areas such as medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, psychology, homeopathic medical sciences, physiotherapy, occupational safety and health, biomedical engineering technology, paramedical sciences and more. The university can be contacted at +603 8313 7000 or via email at

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Makan-Makan With Powerman (Rival) Team

Remember I did Powerman Relay early in March. Our running gang had two groups doing the relay category and our "rival" team invited me for dinner last night.
At one of my family's favourite haunt at Mahbub Restaurant in Bangsar. Hehehe
Part of dinner, for four. Not seen in photo was chicken tandoori.
And... what Hubby and Son had. Kikiki
I had their famous biryani ayam madu, of course.
Later, I put in our group photo which we took after dinner.
Anyways, thanks Team Lemak Manis for dinner!
It was fun yakking away with you guys!

Monday, 20 March 2017

Beauty News: NEUTROGENA: We Welcome Nicole Kidman as our Global Brand Ambassador

Hollywood luminary Nicole Kidman is NEUTROGENA ® Global Brand Ambassador

17 March 2017, Petaling Jaya – Worldwide premium skincare brand NEUTROGENA® has recently announced Academy Award-winning actress, activist for women’s cancer research and Goodwill Ambassador of UN Women, Nicole Kidman as its latest Global Brand Ambassador.

According to Cory Price, General Manager of NEUTROGENA® at Johnson & Johnson US, “Nicole embodies the true spirit of the women that we are committed to everyday. Their passion, strength and focus are what makes NEUTROGENA® women so special. Nicole will help us encourage women to embrace their beauty through the lens of skin health and empower women to see what’s possible with NEUTROGENA®”.

In Malaysia, NEUTROGENA® is known for its wide array of skin health-focused products starting from cleansers, hydration serum and masks to sun protection lotions.

“We are pleased that a Hollywood big name like Nicole Kidman has become our global brand ambassador. Besides keeping the NEUTROGENA® brand top of mind when it comes to beauty, Nicole will serve as an aspiration for our local consumers who appreciate healthy and beautiful skin,” said Raghu Krishnan, Country Director, Consumer, Johnson & Johnson Malaysia.

Nicole Kidman, Australian actress and NEUTROGENA® Ambassador, comments: “The world works in mysterious ways! As you probably know, I grew up in Australia where sun protection is everything – from the time I was a little girl, my mum taught me to protect my skin from the sun. So looking after the health of my skin is something I’ve grown up understanding. But as times passes, I’ve realised that, sun protection has become just part of the story…I’ve learned that your skin needs a lot of attention and support, just like the rest of your body in order to keep it its healthiest.”

“So when I had the opportunity to partner with NEUTROGENA®, a brand that has skin health at the core of who they are, it was like the stars were aligning for me.”

“Right now I can honestly say I am loving life more than ever, so my overall health, including the health of my skin is a top priority. Look, the reality is, we all know choosing the right anti-ageing product is trial and error, hit or miss, some things work and some don’t. But at this point in my life I am looking for something that simply works, that’s why I am really excited to join this passionate and dedicated team. I am also extremely proud to be joining a strong and inspiring group of NEUTROGENA® women who are already a part of the family.”

In January of 2006, Kidman was named, and continues to serve, as Goodwill Ambassador of UN Women, the United Nations Development Fund for Women, whose goals are to foster women’s empowerment and gender equality, to raise awareness of the infringement on women’s human rights around the world and to end violence against women.

She is also an activist in supporting research of women’s cancer. Along with her husband, Keith Urban, she helped raise nearly half a million dollars for the Women’s Cancer Program, a world-renowned centre for research into the causes, treatment, prevention, and eventual cure of women’s cancer.

Presently, Kidman can be seen on the big screen in The Weinstein Company’s Lion for which she has received Critics’ Choice, Golden Globe, SAG Awards and Academy Award nominations. She will next be seen in the upcoming films How to Talk to Girls at Parties and The Beguiled and The Killing of a Sacred Deer. On the small screen, Kidman returns to television this month in the limited series Big Little Lies for HBO as well as the second season of Top of The Lake (SundanceTV/BBC Two).

Kidman joins NEUTROGENA® Brand Ambassadors Rachael Taylor, Jennifer Garner, Kerry Washington, Julie Bowen, Kristen Bell, Eiza Gonzalez, Sandra Echeverria, Hayden Panettiere and Olivia Holt.

NEUTROGENA® is a brand of health and beauty care solutions with long-standing heritage founded upon genuine relationships with dermatologist, skin experts and consumers. We are driven with passion to design simple yet extraordinary, high-quality products that are scientifically proven to deliver real results in the most effective and skin friendly way, keeping your skin supple, radiant and healthy. Today, NEUTROGENA® Corporation manufactures and markets a line of premium priced skin and hair care products which are distributed in more than 70 countries. NEUTROGENA® believes that beauty begins with healthy skin so kick-start your healthy beauty journey with us and discover our range of cleansers, moisturizers, skin care and sun care products at

Sunday, 19 March 2017

Random Photos

It's been a great month so far; emotionally, physically and financially.

I did two races so far in March, plus a hike.
The #IWillBeOkay Bukit Kiara Hike organised by Fiona, of
Photo credit : Seven Chiam Hooi See Photography
And a half-marathon at Bukit Jalil the next day. I finished with a 2:31 timing and although it's not a PB, I was happy with my run nonetheless.
Photo credit : Rany Tan
Powerman the week before was fun too. 
I even managed to fit in a session running to Bukit Cinta after work and bumped into a few GC running kaki.

Had some nice makan too, apart from the celebration of a good run; I received an outstanding payment of some jobs I had done. Finally, phew.

And two more payments which came really fast! I really do appreciate companies that respect people's work and not give lame excuses for holding payment.
Carl's Jr was a treat.

Cannot eat here too often. Premium burgers, wei! Haha
A nice makan at a place near our house too.

Simple, affordable but lovely because it's with the family. ^^

We have about two weeks left for March and then it's April!

April and May will be two busy months, in terms of running.

I have a few races to do and a couple where I'll be helping out instead of running.

And oh! We're taking a day off first Monday of April to attend Son's Hari Anugerah Kecemerlangan! ^^

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Hamburgers & Chicken

I always make a point to splurge and enjoy good food after a good run. I wanted to celebrate my run at  Bukit Jalil Half Marathon as I was pretty happy with it despite it not being my personal best (PB).

Our initial plan was to head to Miyagi (as usual lah...) but the restaurant was fully booked the night that we went there. We decided to drive around and finally decided to have dinner at Wadihana Kitchen Steak House.
Hubby and I the Combo Sizzling and we chose to have beef & lamb patties (can choose chicken or beef or lamb) at RM19.90.
Son had the Nasi Goreng USA at RM14.90.
Portion was generous and price is affordable. But service at Wadihana is not what you call the most efficient there is lah...

We were already half way through our meal and our drinks have yet made its appearance!

Anyhoo, for 3 meals plus drinks (bandung cincau selasih, teh halia and sirap ais), the total was RM69.20.

Not bad lah.

Perhaps next time I'll try their salmon dish. ^^

The next day, I received a good news about a part-time job I applied with a Japan-based company and I got a 6-months contract with them (that reminds me, I must submit my details and consent forms ASAP!) so another makan to celebrate is in order lah...

Nowhere fancy, we just went to Nando's. 
Nando's is currently having this Mango & Lime Full Platter promotion (RM59.90) and we decided to have that.
Our two sides of choice that came with the Full Platter combo.

The sweet potato chips is soooooo sedap, I tell you.

It was nice to have something (or plenty of excuses) to celebrate and enjoy a nice makan session with the family, right?

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

A Pre-Powerman Dinner

It was the night before Powerman Malaysia 2017 (race recap here) and I wanted to eat something "light" or rather non-spicy.
Actually, I wanted to eat salmon so best option was to go to our favourite Japanese restaurant, Miyagi which is located in Bandar Baru Bangi.
 But when we got there, it was Hubby who had salmon. Salmon teppanyaki.

RM37.10 (sudah naik harga a bit dy...)
 And I suddenly decided to eat sanma fish pulak.

Not as nice as the ones I've had in Japan, but passable lah. And still kenyang. Plus it's much cheaper than the salmon sashimi set that I wanted to eat initially; at RM28.62. Hahaha
 Son wanted to eat soba so he ordered the Zaru Soba (RM21.20).
He ordered this a few times before so it must be good. ^^
A nice dinner with the family, and as a pre-reward for my Powerman Relay the next day. Hahaha

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Bukit Jalil Half Marathon 2017

Just like in 2016, Bukit Jalil Half Marathon was held a week after Powerman Malaysia. Just like in 2017, I entered both Powerman and Bukit Jalil HM again in 2017. And pretty much just like in 2016, I used both Powerman and Bukit Jalil HM as part of my training for an upcoming event in May. And again, just like in 2016, the day before the race; I had doubts whether to go and run. It was like, “really need to run in a HM kah? Run around carpark also can what…”

I used both events as part of my training for SCKLM 2016 which I ran in the half marathon category (didn’t managed to get a PB though but I was quite happy with my 2:27 finish). For 2017, I’m training for the full marathon.
So here I was, at the starting line of Bukit Jalil Half Marathon. Again. With the intention of just going out for an easy paced run.

The route was somewhat different from 2016. It was back to being flagged-off at Bukit Jalil National Stadium (it was at Bukit Jalil Park in 2016). And as the venue was bigger, all categories of 21K was flagged off at the same time this year. It was female first, male 15min later last year. (Taman small mah, cannot let off everybody running at the same time).

Due to the crowd and the fact that I started rather way behind, the first 6K was a slow one because I was pretty much running following a crowd. That and also because there were quite a number of really dark stretches. I was afraid I’d tumble into something so I was running very cautiously.

Skipped the first water station but stopped at the second water station at KM6 mark, where the surau tent was located. The water station seemed undermanned (or overwhelmed, I dunno) and volunteers were still trying to “susun” cups while runners had to wait.

One runner even helped to set out the cups and I went behind their table to open the mineral water boxes to get some bottles out and help pour water. Generally wasting time as usual lah… Hahaha

At the third water station (KM9 thereabouts) runners were served bananas alongside mineral water and isotonic. I didn’t take any isotonic drinks and just grabbed a cup of mineral water.

I think it was at around KM11 that we start seeing a loooong stretch of incline and as I was running, I was like “this look like 2012 Newton Route”. And yeah, got that one incline where you go up about 800m, then you thought the hill would end, turn into a corner, and go up again. Verrrrrry nice. *pant pant*

Distance markers were placed at every KM and cones were set up along the route. The Bukit Jalil Running Club sure has a huge stock of traffic cones available! Muahaha

It really helped me to take note of the distance with the consistently placed distance markers as I made a conscious decision not to look at my watch until I reached KM15.

Police traffic, RELA members and traffic marshals were great too! I seriously think that uncles and aunties (who are runners themselves) make great crew. They are energetic and enthusiastic and they really cheered you on. (Younger crew and volunteers tend to be quiet and like to look at the smartphones more).

Excellent traffic control at Bukit Jalil Half Marathon. Thumbs up to everyone!

Anyways, it was at KM14 water station that I started to look at my watch and stopped to take a gel. Apart from the one gel and sips of mineral water during my run, I just sucked a few barley mint sweets.

I got to KM15 at 1:46 which is a minute faster than 2016’s 15K point. I was running pretty much by feel until this point and looking at the timing, I kinda figured I can try make it to a 2:30 finish. This is despite the initial plan of running easy and finish within 2:45. Hahaha

I have like 43 minutes to finish the balance 6K and push for a 7’ish pace. So says the brain la…

The next 3K was a slow 22:18 due to some hills and the general drama of not wanting to push on hills. A few walk breaks which I shouldn’t have done and that cost me time. That and not being able to resist stopping at water stations, even the one that was placed a mere 1 mile away from the finish line! (Yeah, I could probably skipped it and not die of thirst but the guy there was holding a few cups ready for runners and I didn’t want to disappoint him by not taking one. Muahaha) 
After a final incline and about 200-300m from the finish line, a guy in 2015 Twincity Marathon tee urged and encouraged us to push for the final dash to the finish line. I managed to do the final 3K plus in about 21min plus. Can la, since it was a decline. *lega*
My official nett time was 2:31:05 and I was quite happy with it initially. But hubby, who was waiting for me at the finish line just remarked “you were lazy, weren’t you? You could’ve gotten a 2:30”.


OK, next HM we try for another sub2:30 yeah? Actually must try a sub2:20 already lah and aim for a  PB… Can ah I wonder, at SCORE Run in April?

Despite Bukit Jalil Half Marathon being a part of my training run, I didn’t want to take any chances with fuelling and gear. I put on everything that had worked well for me in previous races, my 2ndskin black tee, my usual white adidas cap and I ditched my my newer Adidas UB which I had worn during Twincity Marathon for an old green adidas EB, and with my trusty Thorlo socks. And I did not drink a single drop of isotonic just in case I get tummy discomfort.

Pre-race fuelling was a cup  of hot oat drinks, charcoal pill and gastric medicine. ^^!
Race fuelling was 3 pcs of Torrone barley mint candies, mineral water at 7 water stations and 1 energy gel at KM14. The same brand as the one I took at TM Fan Run where I PB’ed my HM.

It worked well and not having the pressure of watching my pace made the run quite enjoyable. Should’ve pushed for that 2:30 then I’d have sweeter memories of Bukit Jalil HM. Hahaha

I probably will register for the 2018 again as I really like the route. And the taufufa and watermelons served for runners after we finished.

So, see you in 2018?

Saturday, 11 March 2017

#IWillBeOkay Fight Against Depression Hike At Kiara

Through Fiona of and, I came to know about the "Fight Against Depression" awareness campaign and its Bukit Kiara Trail Hike on Mar 11th, 2017.

The hike is the third campaign for "Fight Against Depression" after a t-shirt line for the first campaign in May 2016 and later the Beauty Bag campaign in Dec 2016.

All proceeds from the t-shirt line goes to All Women's Action Society (also known as AWAM) and 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the lovely beauty bag filled with many excellent beauty goodies is used to fund future campaigns, events, donations, etc. Fiona does not take any profit from the sale from the two campaigns.
And now, we come to the third phase of #IWillBeOkay "Fight Against Depression" Awareness campaign and this time it's a hike at Bukit Kiara.

Registration for the hike was free and only limited to 40 participants.

A "smallish" event but was very well organized.
Fiona and her crew of pacers and sweepers for the hike.

Participants were grouped into two groups. Those who want to run/jog and another group for those who want to hike. For each group there were lead pacers and sweepers and they really ensured that everyone is accounted for, safe and sound during the hike.

Thumbs up.
At one of the re-group point.

Participants used the time to take plenty of photos and selfies while waiting for others. 
Sweepers for the hike group were also responsible to pick up markers put up for the #IWillBeOkay Bukit Kiara Hike.
After our 3.8km hike, we were treated with goodies from the event's supporters: PUMA, Meraki Kitchen and Sunplay.

So nice, right? We even got a lovely orange dri-fit event tee before our hike.
Enjoying a healthy breakfast from Meraki Kitchen after the hike. Yums!
It was a fun experience and a chance to get to meet others too. I even met a friend whom I haven't seen in ages! 

I googled up about fighting depression and read about 10 natural depression busters:
  1. Get in a routine
  2. Set goals
  3. Exercise
  4. Eat healthy
  5. Get enough sleep
  6. Take on responsibilities (staying involved and have daily responsibilities)
  7. Challenge negative thoughts
  8. Taking supplements (but check with your doctor first!)
  9. Try something new
  10. Have fun
What do you think?

Being depressed is certainly not an easy feeling. Try to reach out and find help if you feel you are falling into one. Or try to reach out to help somebody who suffers from it.

Thank you Fiona for such a great campaign.

All the best for your future #IWillBeOkay "Fight Against Depression" campaign!


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