Sunday, March 31, 2013
Senaraikan barang yang hendak dibeli dan semak dengan teliti.
Jangan membeli belah apabila berasa bosan.
Membuat tinjauan harga dan kualiti sebelum beli.
Elakkan membeli bersama kawan yang ‘berduit’ atau anak-anak yang suka mendesak.
Tinggalkan kad kredit di rumah.
Bawa wang yang mencukupi untuk barang yang hendak dibeli (elakkan bawa wang berlebihan).
Bawa barang sebenar jika ingin beli barang dengan warna tertentu.
Elakkan ke bahagian makanan dengan perut kosong.
Elakkan membeli belah di kedai yang menjual barangan mahal.
Jangan membeli makanan segar atau beku dalam jumlah yang besar jika anda tidak makan banyak.
Tetapi, belilah makanan yang tidak mudah rosak dalam jumlah yang besar.
Jangan membeli makanan dalam tin berkarat atau kemik.
Periksa tarikh luput makanan.
Rebutlah peluang daripada tawaran istimewa atau jualan murah bermusim
Tawar menawar jika boleh.
Elakkan membeli pakaian siang di bawah sinaran cahaya lampu.
Jangan membeli hanya untuk bersaing dengan jiran atau rakan.
Jangan terlalu fanatik dengan fesyen terkini.
Untuk menjimatkan minyak, pastikan enjin mempunyai penalaan yang betul dan angin tayar yang cukup.
Jangan memecut kerana membazirkan petrol. (+membayakan keselamatan)
Elakkan pembaziran tenaga elektrik dan air.
Sumber: WANG, Panduan CAP, mengenai cara mengurusnya dan lain-lain. Persatuan Pengguna Pulau Pinang.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Allowing yourself to live instead of exist.
Make a list of all things you want to do in your lifetime.
Confront your fears and challenge yourself.
“Use what you have got.” –Zig Ziglar
“They can because they think they can.” –Virgil
“Take 100% responsibility for your life starting today.” –Jack Canfield
“Believe. Believe. Believe! Have unwavering faith in yourself.” –Jack Canfield
“Stop complaining.” –Jack Canfield
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put foundations under them.” –Henry David Thoreau
“The more difficulties one has to encounter, within and without, the more significant and the higher in inspiration his life will be.” –Horace Bushnell
“Fail your way to the top.” –John Assaraf
“Lessons from competitors.” –Jim Stovall
“In the hopes of reaching the moon men fail to see the flowers that blossom at their feet.” –Albert Schweitzer
“Making room for success. Success need space.” –Lisa Jimenez
“Always do what you are afraid to do.”
“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash.” –George S.Patton
“If you do not hope, you will not find what is beyond your hopes.” –St. Clement of Alexandra
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.” –Aristotle
“Experience is the child of thought, and thought is the child of action.” –Benjamin Disraeli
“Do not wait to strike till the iron is hot; but make it hot by striking.” –William B. Sprague
“Failures do what is tension relieving, while winners do what is goal achieving.” –Dennis Waitley
“If you don’t know where you are going, you will end up someplace else.” –Yogi Berra
“Act like the person you want to become.” –Bob Proctor
“Before you can do something, you first must be something.” –Goethe
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Whenever I look to the LRT and monorail, the question ‘what are the differences between them?’ always pop up in my mind. After asking to the uncle Wiki and aunt Google, then I got some answers and reasons behind them. We all know that both LRT and monorail can reduce traffic congestion especially in the higher density area. They are also electricity powered and no carbon emission like other transportation. Actually there are many types of rail; rapid rail transit, streetcars or trams, heritage streetcar and many else.
Light Rail Transit; light in this context is used in the sense of "intended for light loads and fast movement", rather than referring to physical weight.¹ Light ray can provide more capacity than any other rail. This rail use human as the train operator, it is quite dangerous if the trains were fully automated on roads. The LRT are strongly built for passenger safety.
A monorail is a rail-based transportation system based on a single rail, which acts as its sole support and its guideway.² The term “mono” means “one”. Monorail can be both man powered or unmanned.
The answers I got from Y! Answers are:-
“Well.. a monorail only travels up to the StarHill or Bukit Bintang triangle. It only has 2 adjoined cars whereas the LRT has anywhere from 4 to 8 adjoined cars.
The Putra LRT travels from Kelana Jaya through most landmark stops in K.L i.e KLCC. The STAR LRT on the other goes up to National Stadium at Bukit Jalil.”
“LRT = Light-Rail Transit, covered longer distance beyond KL.
Monorail = People-Mover Rapid Transit (PRT), covered short distance within golden triangle in KL.”
For more details about this two comparisons, check out this site: Monorail Vs Light Rail
Then, thats all from me miss pohon nyor (^_^), take care...wassalam...
Saje2 tulis post bahasa omputih, kalau ada salah grammar ke ejaan ke atau apa2 je lah, komen ye...saya budak baru belajar, kalau salah tolong tunjukkan...wink2*