Thursday, July 24, 2014

Photo prompt #26: Phone

Challenge #26: Phone 

I have been using mobile phone for more than ten years but I have never really took the time to take a photo of it and document them. Time like this I wish I had captured my first mobile phone. If I'm not mistaken it was Sony Ericsson mobile phone with a green text.

I just wonder what my phone will look like in 2020.

Tomorrow prompt: Red 
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Don’t forget to share your photos via Instagram by using #ramadandaily or blog about.
I would love to see what’s your routine during Ramadan. 


#thursday3 [25.07.2014]

My week so far is amazing even though in some part of the world people are dying and people are killing each other. I just have to shield my heart and my mind from thinking too much about that. Otherwise I will bee paralysed and depression will creep inside my heart and mind. 
If only I have some kind of superpower which can be used to help people and bring world peace. Life can be hard and life can be ugly but if you don't count your blessing you might not see the beauty of life. 



#1. I am currently reading The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey and The 6th Target (Women's Murder Club) by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

#2. It's the last week of Ramadan and I am feeling a little bit sad. So many unfortunate events happy to Muslim this Ramadan. May Allah gives us strength to keep on fighting the good fight.

#3. #prayforMH17 - the second incident which killed more than 200 people. Nobody seems to claim responsibility. Hemmmm....

Think about it this way…If you take one picture and write down three facts each week — at the end of the year you’ll have more than 50 photos of yourself and 150 facts about what life has been like. It would make such an epic All About Me book — and most of the work is already done."

Follow along each week using the hashtag #thursday3 dan tagged me @hanizeyecandy. I want to see your selfie and read about you

#throwback thursday [25.07.2014]

I found these photos deep down in my stack of papers at work. I can't believe that these photos were  not in an album. I immediately scanned them and keep a digital copy in my computer. It does brings me a lot of great memories

throwback-1 throwback-5 throwback-2 throwback-3 throwback-4

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Photo Prompt #25: Frame

Challenge #25: Frame

I am just too lazy to hunt for frame around my home or office. I realised that I wear frame everyday to help me see better. My glasses with half frame.


Tomorrow prompt: Phone 
Check out the whole lists here .
Don’t forget to share your photos via Instagram by using #ramadandaily or blog about.
I would love to see what’s your routine during Ramadan. 


5 useful apps for Eid

Eid is just around the corner. Even though we as a nation is still mourn the lost of our people on flight MH17, life still goes on. I am a little bit heartbroken with all the madness and the inhumanity happening all around. I just don't get it.

Anyway, today I would like to talk about apps. Mostly about apps that can help you in preparation for Eid or during Eid. And these are the apps that I've used over and over again over the years and there's new app that I like to try just because it is fun to try.

5 useful apps for Eid


#1. Awesome Note

I still used Awesome Note after all these years. I still think Awesome Note should be the default note taking apps for your iPad or iPhone. You can create a category specifically for Eid and it's a good place to write your do lists and your checklists. And this app look beautiful in iOS 7.

#2. BlogPress
If you are a blogger than this app is for you. Since you will be gone for about a week, it is a good idea to plan ahead your blog posts. BlogPress is also available in iPhone and iPad, so that means you can blog about your random photos and stories on the go. This is also one of the earliest app I bought that I am still using. I just love this app for mobile blogging.

#3. Waze
The most useful app ever especially during visiting family and friends at a place where you are not familiar with and have to idea what the traffic look like.  Waze can help you find the best route, estimate your time of arrival and show traffic. Don't leave home without it.

#4. Evernote Food
A free app from Evernote to keep track of food. During this festive season you need an app like Evernote Food to keep a journal what kind of food you eat in one day. Sometimes we tend to eat more that we shoot during Eid, which is not so good for your health and your weight. And this app integrate with Evernote. That makes it more accessible to you on any devices. You can also keep your recipes and collect all the recipes you want to try in this beautiful app.

#5. PartyParty

Emma and Elsie did it again. Another beautiful app from these two talented ladies - Party Party!  It's a beautiful camera apps. I just got this app and I am already loving it. Get this app if you love Photo Booth style photo and a little bit of animation / gif format. And this is a camera app not photo editing app.

Do you have any other apps that you used 
in preparation for Eid?

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