Tuesday, 11 October 2016

#travelwithsya : An F.A.Q.

Hi guys!

Right now, I am at the airport, waiting to board my flight to the UK. I am not kidding.

You might have noticed that I have been updating my blog consistently every Tuesday. So, yes. I have been keeping my promise to update the blog regularly. Even when I am at the airport!

You may or may not know, my youngest brother, Danial, is currently studying in Manchester University and this is our first time visiting him and he's already in his second year! But let's face it. He came back to Malaysia so many times this past one year. Tsk tsk.

Anyway, as I am about to go on what the Husband hopes to be my final travel for the year 2016, I decided to answer some questions that I've gotten from my readers and friends. And if you have a question for me, please feel free to comment here or on my Instagram or drop me an email at hi@stylebysya.com !

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

An Addition to the Family: My Nephew, Faisal Ibrahim Bin Mohd Firdaus

Oh my God! It's been a year since my brother's wedding and I still haven't blogged about it! I have been a horrible blogger, haven't I? Gosh. I used to blog at least once a week but the past year has been so hectic that I have neglected my readers! I am so sorry my dear readers but fret no more because I am back! I have been saying this a couple of times, haven't I? But rest assured, this time, I'm going to stick around.

Recently, we had an addition to the family! My nephew was born while I was on a Euro trip although he was actually due after I got back. So while I didn't get to meet the (at the time he had no name) baby physically, I was still there thanks to technology! At 4AM in Brugge, my sister FaceTime-d me and got me to wake up. It was her first time meeting the baby too! And using my mom's phone, I was in one of the baby's very first wefie!

I swear, technology can really bring people closer. I honestly felt like I was there!

Monday, 26 September 2016

Let's Go to Japan with Yakult!

Contrary to popular belief, Yakult is not a kiddie drink. Yakult is a high quality probiotics in the form of a cultured milk drink. Each bottle contains over 30 billion live Shirota strain, which are the strongest strains of beneficial bacteria. These ‘good’ bacteria are good for digestion and immunity. They also help to reduce the production of toxins in our body as well as help maintain the balance of good and bad bacteria. Scientifically, Yakult is for everybody! It helps to maintain ones health.

Yakult is completely free of preservatives, stabilizers as well as artificial colouring, which explains the reason why Yakult has only one flavor.

Personally, I love drinking Yakult. Every time the Husband and I do our groceries, we would get at least 2 packs of Yakult, to drink in the morning with our cereal. This is part of our healthy eating regime.