Tip the scale for once

The best thing about being in a business platform with many other business owners is that you can call them your business colleagues. Some of which I know more closely and have become friends. Thus, I can brag that I’ve got around 500 business colleagues which I network with for business. 😀

Then, one of them recently co-wrote a book and released it for pre-orders. It’s stories detailing the dirty tricks business owners have used to win business. Be it under the table, sexual favours and other unethical means of securing the wanted accounts.

In conjunction with this book launching, I’ve participated in their contest giveaway on Facebook. The rules are simple. They snapped my photo and included my selected caption. All I have to do is get as many people to click Like on this photo.


And yes, that is how I look like when I suit up. Very different, no? By the way, ignore the Dragonball hair. It’s like that whenever my hair is rather thick and it needs trimming. It was deem a bad hair day. 😛

Now, I know I’m no chic. And it sounds far fetched to even go head-to-head against one, but can’t blame me for trying. So, if you’re a person (guy or girl) who wants to tip the scales for once, please follow this link to the photo on Facebook and click Like!

Do Blogger Girlfriend and Boyfriend Relationships Work?

Monday morning. Stuck in traffic. Staring at the computer screen. Recapping the Germany and England match – though I didn’t watch it. Now thinking, if a  relationship between 2 bloggers could work out?

My personal relationship aside – it’s been solid, thanks for asking. I’m thinking about bloggers hooking up, dating then going steady. Can such a relationship work between the 2 bloggers?

Imagine them blogging their relationship for our entertainment. What they did together? What they ate together? Where they holidayed together? How they slept together? Well, you get the idea.

But then, imagine what happens when all hell breaks loose. It’s in any healthy relationship (to me) there’ll be some arguments or dissatisfaction. And when this happens, can the 2 bloggers keep it to themselves and not vent it out on their blog?

Because if it does get out, I think it’s going to be pouring oil on a fire. While you may be relieved to get it off the chest and tell someone (or, everyone) about your feelings, your other partner may be taking it the wrong way.

Well, hey, Internet dating works. But it garners much more responsibility and maturity. We don’t want to end up saying this later, “that f*cking bitch or bastard un-friend me in Facebook!”