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Friday, February 26, 2010

Weekend Bazaar! I ♥ Bazaar

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Shop for new March @ Subang Parade Shopping Complex!

Join these lovely vendors that will be showing themselves at I ♥ Bazaar on 27th & 28th Feb 2010, which is this coming Saturday and Sunday!! They are having booth right opposite of Celebrity Fitness from 11 am till 9pm! So dont miss the chance!

CACH Apparel
Jiell Collections
Lieza Collections
Mari Kelih Store
My Favouritees
nice on you
peTitEz tReNdsEtteR
Princekasyi Outlet
so haute boutique
Stepz Creation
The Urbz Style
911 Factory Outlet
Closets Of AmyAmy
Little Blush Wardrobe
Peep Boutique
Ruavista Fashionstreet
Tanks For 5
Glitz Shoppe
The Survival Store

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Attention Blogshop Owner! White Tube Wanted!

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Yen Kuan is looking for this white tube top. Any blogshop owner is selling this, do contact her at

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Handmade Craft That You Can Be In Love With!

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Love the peace accessories that comes with different colours!

Heart Eco
Unique corner bookmark with Japanese traditional doll! Cute!

I have to say I love her creation, with patience and love, she creates lots of lovely and wonderful stuff! This is Love Story, her DIY scrapbook.
Series of bright roses ring! Arent you just felt in love with nature?


This piece looks sweet and warm, as though you are always accompany by the people you care!

Tiny Hands
Salmon Sushi Jewelry
This is coooool!!! Get a sushi necklace!! Is soooo real!

Crystal Paradize
Awwww, this is sweet!!! Is an Angel! Made with crystal clear beads and crystal!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Low-Cost Dates Fun Date Ideas

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Hey lovely! Well, I know that Valentine's Day has passed, but if you have spend lots of money on CNY preparation and haven't celebrate with your valentine, there are few low cost dates fun that can used as reference! ^^
10 Low-Cost Dates Fun Date Ideas That Won't Break The Bank.
By Joanna Grohl [Edited by MiC]

Interesting date ideas may be as hard to find as an interesting date. And harder yet if you're seeking romance on a shoestring. Whether you're getting to know someone better or looking to relax with your long-time love, go beyond the ordinary. Discover new activities together, share your personal interests with one another, or simply tweak your old favorites to give them new vitality. Shake up your social scene with these 10 simple pleasures that won't bust your budget.

1. Do-Good Dating. Share values as well as time together by volunteering for a favorite charity. An afternoon spent cleaning up an inner-city school playground, or participating in a charity run are all worthy endeavors. It's a win-win situation: You help someone in need and by working as a team, you and your date will create a stronger bond.

2. Thrifty Gift Swap. Head to a town known for its vintage shops and thrift stores or seek out a super-sized flea market or any bazaar. Set a time limit, say 30 minutes to one hour, and a spending limit (try RM20) and go your separate ways. Scope out a meaningful gift for your date (within your preset limit, of course). Cheap, chic treasures to seek: political campaign buttons, vinyl albums, or vintage postcards. If all else fails, hit the baked goods table for homemade double-fudge brownies. Meet up with your mate to exchange your gifts over lunch at a local cafe.

3. A Different Vintage. Visit a winery for a tasting and a tour. The fee, if any, is nominal and you'll have the chance to discover new varieties and stock up for a later date (think picnics and candlelight dinners). Not near wine country? A local restaurant or wine shop may host wine tastings. Or hold your own wine and cheese party. Select a few bottles of reds such as Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Zinfandel; or sample a range of white wines like Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio and Riesling. Serve a compatible cheese with each glass of wine. Ask the expert at your local cheese shop or wine store to suggest appropriate pairings.

4. Seek Serenity. Reduce the stress of dating by taking a partner yoga class where you can help each other release tension. There's no need to be intimidated if you're not an experienced yogi; the only thing you need is a partner. Inquire about such workshops at a nearby yoga studio, the local Y, or try it at home with a partner yoga videotape or book for guidance. OM Yoga in a Box for Couples (Hay House, Ltd.) has everything you need for sharing a yoga session with your sweetie: an instructional CD, flashcards, a yoga strap for assisted stretching, even a candle and incense.

5. Swing, Baby, Swing. If the spectacular dance scenes in the movie Chicago tapped your desire to don swing-era threads and jump 'n jive the night away, head over to your local swing society. Two left feet? Swing nights at clubs often start with a lesson before the night kicks into high gear. Learn the basics of the Lindy Hop, Jitterbug and East Coast/West Coast Swing, then dazzle each other with your fancy footwork.

6. Heat Things Up. If your typical night out is discovering a hot new restaurant or you have a standing reservation at your favorite eatery, why not discover the joy of cooking a meal together? Culinary stores, colleges, and adult schools have courses and one-session workshops that teach techniques for cooking anything from Italian to Indian to vegetarian cuisine, and don't forget everyone's favorite course -- dessert! For a small tuition fee, you'll gain kitchen know-how, enjoy a satisfying meal, and savor a special night out together.

7. Get Fresh. Spend the morning picking strawberries at a "u-pick-it" farm and the afternoon creating luscious desserts (from the skills you learned at a culinary class, perhaps?). Enjoy the fruits of your labor year-round -- look for berries in the summer, apples and pumpkins in autumn, and citrus fruits in the winter -- if you're lucky enough to be in warm regions during the cooler months.

8. Film Flip-Flop. If a dinner and a movie date is your Saturday night mainstay, turn things around and attend the first showing of the day. You'll save money on the movie tickets to use toward a leisurely brunch in the afternoon. If sitting in a dark theater during daylight hours isn't your thing, plan on a late afternoon show with dinner reservations afterward. A simple switch will get you out of the rut -- and save you some dough.

9. Support the Arts. Check out author readings and book signings, appearances by acoustic musicians and poets, or an art opening for a local talent at your local library, bookstore, or coffeehouse. If you're at a coffee bar, relax and enjoy the free entertainment as you sip cappuccino or herbal tea. If not, cap off the night with a trip to one and linger over a latte and conversation.

10. Join the Club. Set on sailing? Find a sailing club that offers use of sailboats to members in exchange for chores around the boatyard. Want to see a local theater production gratis? Volunteer to act as an usher at the show. Be in the know by joining a group with activities you're interested in. And, keep in mind that most organizations offer year-round activities to raise money for their projects. A ski club may offer canoeing or hiking trips in the summer. The historical society may host garden tours in the spring and summer and holiday house tours in winter. From birdwatchers to microbrewery aficionados, people with similar interests band together. And, no doubt, they'll be glad to share their passion with you and yours.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Preloved/Second Hand Directory [Updated]

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A Smash-Dash Boutique
Alirey's Beautiful Garbage
Arl wardrobe
Barang pavilion harga mydin
Becky's Booth
Bonjour Love
Bumkat's Preloved
Bunny Hideout
Chaos Closet
Fashion Restyled
From The Storeroom
Full House Preloved
Going Nowhere Slower
Grabbit ♥ 
Hanger Banger
I Love Basic 
Interlocking Fashion
Just Adore Me (Preloved)
Kiss Aliens
LittleBlush! Wardrobe 
Miss Aiza Preloved
My Budget Corner
My Dressing Closet 
My Ex-Lover's Closet
My Preloved
My Preloved Site
Old Jane
Pop My Closet
Pre Loved Clearance
Preloved Chu!
Rose Boutique
Secondhand Sistas

Shop and Pop !
The Charabanc

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Happy Chinese New Year & Valentine's Day!

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Dear readers, blogshop owners and shoppers, 

MiC on behalf of Fashionista in You wishes all of you 
Happy Chinese New Year 
Valentine's Day.

Thank you for the continuous support and we will do our best in maintaining the blog for this upcoming year!


Thursday, February 11, 2010

Simple Picks for THE Day

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On the special V day and CNY, pick a bright and cute dress! Is sweet and charming ^^

If not, can mix and match with the floral top! Stretchable and fit you nicely!

Dont want dresses? Deep V jumpsuit will elongate your figure that made you attractive ^^

At night, went wild with sexy tank top!! Zippers at the back, stunning figure!

If not, get this checker tube dress with complementary belt! Well, checker is the trend now XD

Get satin ribbon hair band to add the taste for the festive

Or a sweet lovely cherry that can make your day!

Party and gathering in the night? Go glimmer with sparkling chandelier earrings!

Never forget, a handy studded handbag that suite your little black dress! From Australia @.@

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Sleep Well: What to Eat for Better Sleep

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Well, well, well, Valentine's Day and CNY is just around the corner!! Busy preparing? Well, remember to sleep well, because sleeping is vital for your beauty! Do check it out what to consume for a better sleep! ^^ FiY cares about you ^^
Sleep Well: What to Eat for Better Sleep
By Ana Mantica

Vitamins and Minerals for Great Sleep
These vitamins and minerals will help you snooze soundly tonight. Eat 'em and sleep:

B Vitamins
They improve your body's ability to regulate its use of sleep-inducing tryptophan and produce more system-calming serotonin.

Find Them In: Chicken breast, lean beef, salmon, bananas, potatoes, cereals fortified with B3 or B12

This natural relaxant has a calming effect on the body's nervous system.

Find It In: Low-fat yogurt, milk, cheese, fortified orange juice

Deficiency in this mineral has been linked to insomnia.

Find It In: Oysters, beef, Alaska king crab, fortified cereal

A lack of this mineral can cause symptoms similar to restless leg syndrome.

Find It In: Oysters, clams, beef tenderloin, dark-meat turkey

This substance regulates serotonin.

Find It In: Whole grains, beans, nuts, potatoes, dark leafy greens

Bedtime Snacks Under 200 Calories
Choose one of these combos; the fifty-fifty mix of carbs and protein ups sleep-inducing serotonin levels.

•1/2 cup whole-grain cereal with 1/2 cup nonfat milk
•6 ounces low-fat yogurt and a sprinkling of berries
•1 slice whole wheat toast and 1 tablespoon peanut butter
•3.5 ounces fat-free vanilla pudding and 4 graham crackers
•1/2 whole wheat pita and 2 tablespoons hummus
•1 oatmeal raisin cookie and 8 ounces skim milk
•6 whole-grain crackers and a small handful of walnuts

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, November/December 2009.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Events Updated: Free Perfume By C Stylish

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Girls will always need perfume to enhance her aroma! Since you can get it for free now, why not?

C Stylish is currently having this promotion for all blog readers. So, just participate in their on ongoing promotion - C Stylish Referral Scheme, and the perfume is soon gonna be yours!

Click on the image below or the scheme link for more details!

Event updated by Carlia

Monday, February 1, 2010

Never Afraid of Sugar!

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Always trying to resist to take in the sweetly pieces? Just because of gaining weight? Well, lets discover some fact about sugar!!

Sweet Talk: Get the Facts About Sugar
By Stacey Colino

A spoonful of sugar may help your health -- and even
your workout. Here, surprising truths you haven't heard about sugar and your

9 Shocking Sugar Facts

#1: It Doesn't Make You Fat

It only seems like those Girl Scout Cookies go straight to your thighs. Sugar doesn't automatically change into fat in your body, says Tara Gidus, RD, a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association (ADA). In fact, too many calories cause weight gain -- whether they come from cookies or carrots. But when was the last time you OD'd on carrots? Sugary foods tend to be high-calorie and easy to overeat. They cause a spike in blood sugar, followed by a sudden drop that can leave you feeling depleted and hungry.

The Sweet Truth: Limit added sugars to less than 10 percent of your daily calories. If you eat 1,800 calories, that's 180 calories from sugar -- or 11 1/4 teaspoons.

#2: Not All Sugars Are Created Equal

Your body responds to various sugars in slightly different ways. For example, lactose in milk is broken down more slowly than fructose in fruit, says Marisa Moore, RD, a spokesperson for the ADA. And some experts think high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) spurs overeating because it enters the bloodstream quickly and doesn't promote fullness; as a result, it's been implicated as a possible culprit in the obesity epidemic. Yet a recent American Medical Association report found that HFCS probably doesn't contribute to obesity any more than table sugar does.

The Sweet Truth: Sugar goes by many names: molasses, evaporated cane juice, fruit juice concentrate, corn sweetener, and honey, and almost anything ending with -ose or syrup. Do the math to find the exact amount a product contains: Four grams of sugar equals one teaspoon. So if your cereal has 16 grams per serving, that's like piling four teaspoons of sugar on your breakfast!

#3: It May Improve Your Workout

An Ohio State University study of female rowers found that those who consumed dextrose (a naturally occurring sugar found in syrups and jellies) improved their rowing times nearly threefold, significantly more than those who ate ribose, a sugar often used in performance supplements. Why? "Dextrose requires minimal digestion and can be used by the muscles quickly as an energy source," says FITNESS advisory board member Leslie J. Bonci, RD, director of sports nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

The Sweet Truth: A pre-workout snack that contains dextrose, such as whole-grain toast with peanut butter and honey, might help you go farther or faster.

#4: It Wreaks Havoc on Your Skin

An out-of-control sweet tooth may give you wrinkles. Eating a lot of sugary foods can trigger chronic, low-level inflammation throughout your body, which sends the aging process into overdrive. "Sugar attaches to collagen -- a complexion-protecting protein -- and breaks it down, which leads to wrinkles and sagging," explains dermatologist Nicholas Perricone, MD, author of The Perricone Promise: Look Younger, Live Longer in Three Easy Steps. Meanwhile, sugar's inflammatory effects create free radicals, which wear down elastin, another skin-saving protein.

The Sweet Truth: Pack your diet with produce and herbs and spices, such as oregano, cinnamon, ginger, and turmeric -- they all have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help fight wrinkles. Also, use a topical antioxidant with vitamin C, alpha lipoic acid, or retinoids to boost collagen production.

#5: Shocking Sugar Fact: It Doesn't Cause Diabetes

One of the hallmarks of the disease is elevated blood sugar, so many people assume that eating too much of the sweet stuff leads to diabetes. "But sugar doesn't literally go from mouth to bloodstream," Bonci says. The exact trigger for diabetes isn't well understood, but genetic and lifestyle factors -- such as being overweight and sedentary -- appear to play key roles.

The Sweet Truth: Staying at a healthy weight lowers diabetes risk, regardless of how much sugar you eat.

#6: You Can Get Addicted to It

Can't kick your candy habit? You just might be hooked. A recent study by New Zealand researchers suggests that sugary cereals and baked goods have qualities that are similar to those of addictive drugs. And scientists at Princeton University report that sugar releases opioids and dopamine, chemicals that activate the brain's pleasure receptors like drugs do.

The Sweet Truth: If eating sugary foods makes you crave more, you may be flirting with addiction. "When you're in the mood for something sweet, choose natural sugars -- like those in fresh, frozen, or dried fruit," Gidus advises. They tend to be less addictive than the sugars in processed foods.

#7: It Can Make You Catch a Cold

Eating too many sweets can suppress your white blood cells, meaning you're more susceptible to infectious illnesses like colds and flu. And because high sugar intake triggers inflammation, it ends up diverting immune cells from the germ-fighting front and directing them toward the inflammation instead, explains David Katz, MD, director of the Yale University Prevention Research Center.

The Sweet Truth: In addition to limiting your intake of refined sugars to 10 percent of your daily calories, up your fruit and veggie consumption. Produce contains powerful antioxidants that can bolster your immune system and prevent low-grade inflammation.

#8: Artificial Sweeteners May Actually Cause Weight Gain

You reach for diet soda to cut calories, but you might be sabotaging your success: In a series of experiments, researchers at Purdue University found that feeding no-calorie artificial sweeteners to animals actually made it harder for them to control their appetite. The theory: Because these sweeteners taste like sugar but aren't the real thing, your body keeps craving it.

The Sweet Truth: "Eating a caloric snack with an artificially sweetened food or drink -- having almonds with your diet soda, for example -- may prevent the insulin release that can cause overeating," Gidus says. Sweeteners made from the stevia plant (the newest kid on the sugar-substitute block), such as SweetLeaf and Truvia, may be a good bet, because they're natural and still calorie-free.

#9: Some Sugar Contains Antioxidants

You've heard sugars called empty calories, but some actually contain disease-fighting compounds. Research in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found that dark and blackstrap molasses contain the most antioxidants, followed by honey, brown sugar, and maple syrup. Refined sugar, corn syrup, and agave nectar trail far behind.

The Sweet Truth: Keep these differences in mind when choosing your source of sugar, but don't count on molasses to get your antioxidants. "Focus on fruits and veggies, which give you the biggest bang for every bite," Moore says.

Article adapted from Fitness Mag



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