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Don’t Get Too Excited~


” Be still, my beating heart.”

An expression of excitement when seeing the object of one’s romantic affections.

Here’s an extract of the lyrics  from a song titled “Be Still  My Beating Heart” by Sting:

Be still my beating heart

It would be better to be cool

It’s not time to be open just yet

A lesson once learned is so hard to forget


To be still, or not to be, don’t be still for too long…blood circulation is still needed for our hearts to stay alive. 😛

Enjoy reading!

Cheers & TTFN~ 😀

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Grow Your Moustache and Grow Your Heart


As I was doing my routine blog reading, I came across the word ‘Movember’ in many posts and became curious about this. When I searched the web for it, I found out that this is indeed a great event.

For  people, especially men (who has this ability to grow a moustache) who are not aware of this event, here’s a little insight of what this event is about:

Movember (a portmanteau word from moustache and “November”) is an annual, month-long event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of prostate cancer and other male cancer and associated charities.

Besides getting an annual check-up, the Movember Foundation encourages men to be aware of any family history of cancer, and to adopt a more healthful lifestyle.

Movember moustaches were first grown in Australia back in 2003 and since that time word of Movember and its men’s health messages have spread across the globe.

Held in November, this is the month in which people gather together to grow and compare moustaches.  Participants begin the month clean shaven and cultivate their moustaches throughout the month for this event.

Movember currently runs official campaigns in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, the US, Canada, South Africa, Finland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Spain, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Austria.

The popularity of Movember as a charity has inspired other annual facial hair growing contests across the world, such as No Shave November and Mustache March. Such events are not affiliated with Movember, and are not registered charitable foundations, although some smaller events have been held to raise money or awareness for different charities.

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Frankly speaking, I am really not aware of this event if not for all those wonderful blogs that I’ve read during the past few days and the collection that we are launching today is actually moustache-related!!! I guess everything just happens for a reason.

Last but not least, we’ve another two more videos for Your Favourite Christmas Song (Part 4):

My Grown Up Christmas Wishes/List is the favourite Christmas song of  Rabbitcancook

Mary Did You Know  is the favourite Christmas song of Gatesitter

We’re getting a few likes at our FaceBook Page after our previous post :D, if you are the one liking our page and you are now reading this humble post of ours, here’s a BIG THANK YOU, from us to you!!!

😀 Muahkkk~ 😀

If you are still reading this but has yet to share with us what’s your favourite Christmas song, do share it with us now.

Till then,

Cheers & TTFN~

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What Causes A Doctor His Bread?


CNC-SE001 - RED APPLE“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”

According to ‘America’s Popular Proverbs and Sayings’ by Gregory Titelman, this expression was first found as a Welsh folk proverb in 1866:

‘Eat an apple before going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread’. 

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Besides the above mentioned background for this saying, it is also believed to have come from an ancient Roman proverb since they truly believed the apple had magical powers to cure illnesses.

Whether an apple  is forbidden or magical, here are 9 hard facts/reasons why an apple really keeps the doctor away:

  • Apple contains Vitamin C, a vitamin that helps our immune system
  • Apples are rich in flavonoid, which helps prevent both coronary heart disease and cardiovascular disease
  • A regular size apple has between 70-100 calories.
  • Apples target multiple cancers such as colon cancer, prostate cancer and breast cancer in women.
  • Apples contain phenols, which reduces bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol.
  • The juice of the apples has properties that can kill up to 80% of bacteria.
  • Apple has substances called phytonutrients, which prevents neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinsonism.
  • A research at the University of Nottingham Research shows that people who eat 5 apples or more per week has lower respiratory problems, including asthma.
  • Their taste can vary greatly, but still give you all the apple benefits. Variety is an important element to maintaining your health.


Now, you can have apples on your ear to keep those…hmm…ear-bugs away? 😛

Have fun reading~

Cheers & TTFN~

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