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Monday, October 1, 2012

We're over a decade into the 21st century, and the time machine is still as mythical as EL James' (read: 50 Shades) take on relationships.

The average daily experience today consists of work, family, household chores, errands and a social circuit to boot. These of which are considered as commitments/responsibilities to others. Then there's the commitment to yourself, your well being, your self development. For a girl this includes salons, spas, pedicures, gym, a good book (preferably not 50 shades) and most of all, SLEEP. For a guy this includes a round FIFA 13, a 6-pack + pizza. Just as time consuming if not more. 24 hours a day simply does not cut it.

Whinging and whining aside, on a personal level I feel that I've put my 24 hours to good use in maximizing my collective experience.

The past 7 days since my last post, in no chronological order I've - traveled to Bangkok, recorded an episode of  FO, shot with some Muay Thai experts at a gym on Jalan Alor (for FO), a trip to the salon for some much needed hair treatment, hit the gym twice, finished reading the 3rd and final book in the 50 Shades trilogy, ran 7km at the PJ Half Marathon, attended my boss's farewell dinner and swung by the launch of Marinis in KL. Not to mention celebrating Liverpool's first win of the season with a hat trick from Suarez and a goal each from Captain Numero 8 & loan transfer, Sahin. All that plus the usual daily grind from 9am-6pm at AirAsia.

What a difference a day makes - 24 little hours. How precious they are, so make the most of it. Even if it's just spending some time playing with your cat.

Sweaty & satisfied at the PJ Marathon... suiting up, way up at Marini's on 57th

Cats need attention too. Meet Lola, everyone!

xo Reem

1 comment:

  1. Not all those who wander are lost as we travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls. Moments paused, it could be the simplest thing that we want the most. Joy that involves one's whole being,"joie de vivre" girl...


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