Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Dinner at Home, KL
"HOME SWEET HOME"
Haha, I'm rating my mum cooking!
Visit reviewed: 22nd to 25th May 2010
I've been having my dinner at home since I started work as an Operation Manager at WOW Fitness cause I finish late, reached home around 9pm plus and I'm at the club around 7:30am. I will start my day with an early morning workout "Free-style cycling" for an hour, I'll burned around 500 calories. Before I leave the club I'll do another round of cycling if I'm not tired, I prefer to make a move home at 8pm/plus cause I want to avoid the traffic. Next Wednesday I'm gonna start doing my early morning Tremor Theraphy Yoga again, I've found some good hearted people to teach it to, for free, hopefully they will practise it to cure their disease. My mum been practising it daily, she lost 1.5kg in the first week and felt she don't have much appetite and were not eating as much as she used to, she felt great and less knee pain. I'm happy she listen to me now, practising yoga daily!
Old Cucumber and Chicken Soup
Stri-fried Celery with Prawn
Braised Lean Pork with Mushroom
Sunday Dinner at Home
I felt a bit tired today, did 1hr cycling before I start work, left the club at 5:30pm. When I reached home, mum will start to prepare dinner for me, some dishes already cooked but she'll only stir-fried the vegetable dish at the time I want to have dinner. Although, dishes were simple but all were my favourite
Steamed Pork Ribs with Spicy Bean Paste
Fried Egg with dark soy sauce and tomato sauce, my own style, we ate it this way since young
Stir-fried Potato Leaves with Garlic
"Pat Chen" Herbal Soup (for ladies)
Monday Dinner at Home
I felt like I really need to off, last week Monday was my off-day. I still did my normal routine today, cycling twice and reached home at 9pm plus. Mum already place all the dishes on the table, I just go change and have my dinner.
Lotus Roots with Lean Pork Soup
Kai Lan with Oyster Sauce
Stir-fried Pork Fillet and Pork Liver with ginger and onion
Steamed Tofu with garlic soy sauce
Tuesday Dinner at Home
I want my off-day, need to go massage. Only can off on Friday cause a lot of work to follow up. Yep! Still doing my twice a day 1hr cycling routine, morning and evening, good way for me to release stress and get back my mental strength. Tonight my dinner, 2 dishes are left over food from last night, I don't mind at all, taste even better.
(Left over from last night dinner) Stir-fried Pork Fillet and Pork Liver with ginger and onion
Stir-fried Yau Mak with Garlic
Stir-fried Pumpkin with garlic
Fried Egg with Long Bean and Onion
(Left over soup from last night dinner) Lotus Roots with Lean Pork Soup
Your attitude is your choice. It always is. We live in an age that has developed the art of shifting blame to very high levels, and sometimes we get caught up in that same tendency. "Well, if you had my job you wouldn't be so positive." "If you had my kids, you wouldn't feel so good." "If only my boss were different, I could be a positive person."In other words,"My bad attitude is not my fault!" The truth is, however, your attitude and mine are always our choice. No matter how bad things are, no one can force you to have a bad attitude if you don't want to. Now that should come as really good news because it says our attitudes don't have to be victims of our circumstances or of other people. We choose our responses.
One of the greatest lessons in life is that of learning that our attitude is our choice. There will be days of sickness or of physical discomfort when we can't put on the positive face that we would like to, but those days tend to be relatively rare. Most of our days, the way we approach the day is our choice.
Unfortunately, we often let our attitudes be the result of reactions rather than of actions. When something "bad" happens to us, we let our attitudes change as a result of the happening. When someone insults us or hurts us, we let our attitudes reflect the "victimization" that we feel rather than the true power of who we are as people.
One of the secrets to having a consistently positive attitude towards life is to take charge of it, and to realize that when we react to others and what they do, we're giving them control over the way we see the world. If someone does something negative to me, then I give that person extra power over me when I allow my attitude to change because of it.
Our attitudes should be the result of decisions, not reactions. Once I decide the kind of person I truly want to be, I should try consistently to be this kind of person. Only when I'm consistent in the effort will the world start treating me as just that kind of person. And when the world starts treating me that way, then I'll see just how easy it is to maintain a consistently positive attitude all day, every day.
Everything in the world we want to do or get done, we must do with and through people. Every dollar we will ever earn must come from people. The person we love, and with whom we want to spend the rest of our life, is a human being with whom we must interact. Our children are individuals, each different from any other person who ever lived. And what affects them most is our attitude, the loving kindness they see and feel whenever we are around them. If you'll begin to develop and maintain an attitude that says yes to life and the world, you'll be astonished at the changes you'll see.