Agenda: Hebohan Umum Karnival

Post by MamaFiza on June 29, 2012 

Gambatte ne 😉

“Living : Wash day made brighter” Featured in New Straits Times (Life&Times)

Post by MamaFiza on June 8, 2011 

Ohaiyo gozaimasu beauteus mommies *hugs* 😉

May you’re in wonderful day!

Warning: this post contains large images.

Alhamdulillah, we’ve been featured in New Straits Times newspaper last Saturday 😀 (New Straits Times’s Life&Times: “Living : Wash day made brighter”).

Gazillion thanks ladies for your endless prayer & du’a.

Thanks a lot to New Straits Times’s readers for visiting our humble blog *cuddles*

Special Thanks:

p/s: it’s an awesome write-up! ^-^

Subhanallah ^_^


Yang Di-Pertuan Agong’s Birthday! Daulat Tuanku~ >w<


Live it up~ 😉


Ta da . . . Wash day made brighter.


Great job kids >_<


Incredible job kiddies 😀 Alhamdulillah!


For those of you who do not have the copy of New Sunday Times newspaper, you may click HERE to read it in online format.

Some part of the articles:

Laundry day with the children

MOST parents do the laundry on weekends. Hafiza Abdul Rahman and her husband Azhar Zahir supervise their four kids, aged 2 to 7, when they do their own laundry.

“All of them have helped with laundry without complaining. In fact, they love doing little chores in the laundry room and are always eager to help,” says Hafiza, who lives in Bandar Baru Bangi.

“They even argue about who gets to do it, even though it has been scheduled earlier,” she adds, laughing.

For the last two years or so, Hafiza only looks in on them and the kids have been doing the laundry. For now, the web designer who works from home has introduced washing, drying and ironing to her children. Hafiza has her own blog in which she’s known as MamaFiza.

She believes that educating children about laundry at a young age teaches them responsibility and builds self-esteem. At that age, kids are usually eager to complete tasks. “There is no need to be perfect. Self-reliance and pride in the completed task is more important. In fact, my husband and I believe that children can handle various responsibilities based on their age and abilities,” says Hafiza.

“I create a chore chart (household tasks) and each child gets a chart. There is a section for combined chores with parents and children involved,”, says the author of Hidangan Si Cilik.

Here, Hafiza shares tips on how to get children to do their laundry. She advises giving the children time to adjust to it.

• Get your child to place worn or soiled garments in a box or basket. Provide each child with his or her own container. Through this, they learn organisational skills and to leave things in designated places.

• Teach them to sort laundry: One basket for light colours, another for jeans. Socks are right side out. Wrong side out for dark colours and, if there are stains, to hand the item to mama or papa so they can be treated first.

• Toddlers can help hand over clothes pegs, match socks and roll them. Pre-schoolers can bring their own clothes to the laundry area when it’s time to wash.

• Get them to sort clothes by colours. After sorting, clothes are washed and dried, then folded and put away in drawers or hung. They can also help by using a damp cloth to wipe the washing machine.

• Show them how the load size works: Small, medium or large. When clothes are dry and ready to be folded, use terms like rectangles, squares (e.g. for washcloths and towels). If you have different ways of folding socks, wash cloths and towels, show them how it’s done. As repetition is a great teacher, children need very detailed, step-by-step instructions. Be sure to walk through the procedures with your child for several loads.

• Make laundry time a fun time for your child. You may also set aside a day for “laundry day”. Use praise, hugs, kisses and say thanks (with lots of love). Thank them for their help even if it is not perfect.

• Safety comes first. Always remind them to be careful with lids of washing machines. Write basic steps on A4 cards, laminate them and hang them on the wall over the washer.

• Parents need to be in charge of laundry chemicals (close the lids tightly) and it is important to read the labels so that they are aware of the chemicals, hazards and caution signs.

• Supervise 4-6-year-olds where detergent is concerned. Teach them when and where to add the detergent. Use a permanent marker to draw a line on the scoop to show how full it should be.

• Use a clothes line to dry laundry. It’s simple and fun even to teach children how to hang clothing on the line and how to use a hanger.



May Allah swt blessed your kindred heart *triple hugs*

No doubt, children are a gift from God! They deserve every opportunity to learn about everything.

Do guide your little angle on this amazing journey, they deserve the experience 😉




Happy Birthday TM Everyone Connects – One Year Anniversary!

Post by The King on November 25, 2010 

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Congratulation notably to TM Everyone Connects Turns One *heave-ho , heave-ho* 😀

That’s me!

Respecting the above news, TM iTalkWhoa! wishing a great celebration for TM Everyone Connects. A year older and wiser, loaded with millions of fun features.

TM Everyone Connects make everything possible: easy way to communicate and collaborate just with one magic click.

Previously, TM Everyone Connect celebrated their special 1 year anniversary at The Curve on 21st November 2010, gathering with lots of activities, stage performances, games and packed with the coolest prizes!

Check it out, will ya? 😀

Presenting to you, proudly by Everyone Connects!

Birthday cake, gigantic size.

Wow, havoc with crowds.

Learning from early age.

Guide on how to connect.

Young and brainy.

Bunkface: amazing performance!

Don’t wait any longer; take your time to experience more about TM Everyone Connects by visiting their Facebook and surfing the official website EveryoneConnects. Worth to check out 😀


Post by The King on November 8, 2010 

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Hi there, fellas!

After long silence, I’m back (even for a sec) with additional info of the amazing world of iTalkWHOA!

Presenting: RSS Feeds in iTalkWHOA!

O’ don’t you worry about this hi-tech acronym. RSS is short for “Really Simple Syndication“. It is just a label, nothing more or less, so put your worries in my pocket, will ya?

RSS Feeds 101:

RSS Feeds enable you to get news feeds and updates on any topics that interest you in super-fast and easy ways. Yes, you don’t have to check or be on the lookout on what’s coming.

It delivers the headline, short summary and a link back to the full text every time an RSS news feed is updated.

How does it benefit you?

Alright then, enough of IT’s junkie, now let’s move on HOW(on earth) to configure RSS feeds on your iTalkWHOA’s account?

Okie, first do select the RSS Feeds under Mail panel and click on New Group to create a new category/group.

Within seconds, a Pop up box [RSSFeed Category Name] will appear and please input any name for the new group – example News:

Then click on button [Add]

And, wal-lah, automatically the News Feeds will appear in current Category Panel as below:

Now, for an example:

To input any info on News category, just search for RSS News that interest you. Feeds gather from The star newspaper.

Just click directly to the The Star URL-

Scroll further down till the end of the webpage and you will see image as below:

The RSS icon placed on the right side and click on it (with no hesitation, please 😀 )

You may input or place any RSS in iTalkWHOA! for any website that have the RSS icon:

Furthermore, you may also  get RSS Feeds from:

Shown above the link for RSS Feeds in The Star newspaper. For sure, you can just choose any topic that interests you the most. In this example, Sport under News been selected.

Just right click on the RSS icon besides the Sport News and select ‘Copy Link Location’.

Go back to your iTalkWHOA’s account and highlight the News icon, input ‘Sport’ under ‘Feed Description’ and paste the url copied previously.

That’s all you need to do to enjoy the wonder of RSS Feeds in iTalkWHOA! Incredibly simple, yet useful features.

One thing to remember: Sometimes, the link create does not appear immediately. Thus we need to wait for a few minutes before the link to appear. Or we may logout and login again into iTalkWHOA! to view the link (refresh browser, please).

Do try this tips, happy e-reading! 😀

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