Here’s a list of 10 random facts about me. I don’t know if they will be interesting or not. But seriously, I’ve given it a lot of thought and listed things that I know about myself.
I let things get to me easily. For instance, I get emotional or sensitive easily; and tend to simply get annoyed with others. I feel everything intensely. For no apparent reason at times. And I hate this.
I love music. I love listening to a song that I like over and over again. I love it when I hear lyrics that totally applies to my current situation. I sometimes feel like the lyrics to the song I’m listening to were written just for me.
At times, I speak before I think. I act impulsively without rationalizing. I am careless of what comes out of my mouth. I mix bad words with my bad mood. One of the basic cause for my troubles.
I can waste countless hours organizing things so that it looks like the way I want. I love seeing things the way I want to see them. I find it helpful at times to even organize chores into categories, so that when I do it, it is in order.
I'd like to believe in Karma.
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I don’t shy away when I’m around someone I’m at ease with. I talk way too much. I am an open book, with certain people. People who don’t know me judges I’m quiet. Well, I'm not.
I am an over-thinker. I get all agitated over nothing. I create problems within my head. I seriously hope I could just stop overthinking things as it only makes things worse than it actually is.
I have a really bad temper. I have low tolerance for hypocrites and dramas. I tend to react quickly to bullshits. I like to confront problems almost immediately. But, I’ll be back to normal after a couple of minutes.
I forgive easily. I can’t stay mad for long. I always end up forgiving people, even when they don’t deserve it. But then again, forgiving someone is easy. To trust them again? Heh.
I have a love-hate relationship with procrastination. Though I am eager to start on something, nothing makes me more productive than the last few minutes. My favorite form of self-damage.
I have seriously been lacking in blogpost idea. I open the laptop to type a post, pick up the camera to take some photos, and to be honest: I just stop. I need some motivation to blog frequently. As a result, I came up with this 10-day blog challenge. I’m hoping it will help me gain back my momentum in blogging.
Now I know it’s not as overwhelming as the many 30-day challenge out there, but hey, it’s better than nothing. Right? I stole ideas from other challenges which I saw online to create this one. Feel free to take on the challenge as well! New blog post coming soon, *hint*, it's about me. LOL.
There is definitely a thinking underlying the preference for cooking vs. baking. I fall in the baking faction and it goes far beyond my liking towards sweet over savory. The reason is pretty simple: I like following directions.
Perhaps I am a bit of perfectionist, the idea of following directions
appeals to me. Though, I think I've had a lot more baked goods turn out
to be hit than savory recipes, despite following directions. When it comes to cooking, I have to
use my judgement rather than precise recipe.
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Neither baking nor cooking is similar to each other. Baking requires accuracy and perfection. The whole thing must go according to what has to be done. And I’m at ease with the idea that if something is not coming together - it’s because I went astray from the original recipe.
That being said, I still have to cook! I've produced lots of things that aren't necessarily pretty, but I've never yet cooked anything that couldn't be eaten. But then again, I'm not likely to ever become a professional cook - or baker.
Here's to many more posts on either cooking or baking to come! Till then.
I’m sure korang pernah dengar of cakes that you can make (or bake!) in a microwave and, I have to admit, the first time I saw a recipe for one I was unconvinced. I mean, how can you make a cake in just minutes? So, I set out to cuba-try-test the theory. And guess what? You CAN make a cake in minutes in the microwave … and they’re YUMMY!
I made a single serving coffee cake in a mug.
I have been experimenting with different recipes of mug cakes ever since I heard
about them about a year ago. And I must say, this mug cake is the
perfect treat to help fulfill a coffee cake craving. And part paling best about this dessert is that it’s quick and easy, and you
can have it ready in under 5 minutes (approximately!), start to finish.
Self-rising flour - 3 tbsp
Condensed milk - 3 tbsp
Melted butter - 2 tbsp
Hot water - 4 tbsp
Instant coffee powder - 2 tsp
Walnuts/almonds/chocolate chip/etc. - a fistful (optional)
Combine all ingredients in a coffee mug. Whisk well with a fork until smooth.
Microwave on high for 1 minute. (Time depends on microwave wattage).
Top with Nutella if desired.
If you don't happen to have self rising flour, here's an easy way to make a substitute for this coffee mug cake:
All purpose flour - 3 tbsp
Baking powder - 1/8tsp
Baking soda - a pinch
For extra density, fat and, most importantly, flavor – you may substitute hot water with fresh milk.
Depending on the wattage of your microwave, you may have to increase
cooking time. Mine took exactly a minute on a 900W microwave.
It has been 1 year, 9 months, and 4 days since I logged into my blog for a revival post. Coming back to blogging after a very long time can really be oh-so-difficult! To be honest, I did not feel like writing this piece. I feel out of groove, out of touch with blogging.
Making a comeback to blogging after a long absence is macam starting a playlist from halfway point, literally. I simply don't really know where it's going to play from and what song. Kick starting my blog that has been sleeping for a length of time left me scratching my head wondering where I should make a start.
I, for a second, thought about leaving my blog behind as I have no idea on what to post about. I need inspirations - an arousal to teruskan blogging. I don't want to quit. I know that something is bound to happen which will make me type away. Till then my hands ache.