Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Wajib ada kalo pasar malam, walaupun mini pasar malam... Sayap ayam panggang dan yang berkaitan (tak dpt nk sebut sbb time taip ni blom sarapan lg..laparrrrrrrrrr) hahahaha ni la gerai yang paling laku kat sini bro rasa :)
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Friday, April 22, 2011
So, me as future Geography Teacher also wanna share to you these Simple Ways to Celebrate Earth Day Every Day :)
BYOB-Bring Your Own Bottle (and Bags):
Americans create 300,000 tons of landfill waste every year just from shopping bags, according to the Clean Air Council. (and now think about landfill waste from of the world, how many is that??) This does not include all the plastic cups and utensils we often use mindlessly! Most of the waste can be avoided if we make an effort to buy reusable items that can be used throughout the day. The solution is simple: spend money now on quality reusable items, and the benefits will far outweigh the costs.
Purchase reusable bottles like Kleen Kanteen, or buy reusable tote bags from your local grocery stores. If you’re one of those people who can't start your day right or have a conversation until you’ve had your morning coffee, then buy a thermal coffee mug to fill at the coffee shop or at work. You can also find everything from reusable sandwich bags to utensil sets. Invest in a water filter likeBrita to keep filling your reusable bottles, and remember to keep tote bags in the trunk of your car for spontaneous purchases.
Say Hello to Your Farmer:
Make it a weekly habit to shop at local farmers markets such as the Tamu on Sunday mornings. Buying produce grown by local farmers allows you to eat the tastiest and freshest foods that have had the least impact on the earth. Some foods sold at grocery stores could have traveled roughly between 1,500 miles to 2,500 miles before it reaches your plate, according to Brian Halweil author of the book “Home Grown: The Case for Local Food in a Global Market.” The shorter the distance the food is traveled, the less energy and fuel are used, creating less pollution and waste.
By shopping at your local farmer's market, you’ll also be more informed about where your food is coming from, what’s in season and have the opportunity to talk to farmers who are growing your food. Supporting your local farmer also means supporting your community, which is always an easy way to give back.
Just think, the apple from your grocery store may have more mileage than you do, so bring your reusable bags and start shopping in the sun!
Make Power Strips Your Friends:
Leaving the television and other video equipment plugged even when they are turned off can lead to energy being lost or “leaked,” according to the California Energy Commission. Electrical appliances often draw standby power, consuming power 24 hours a day and amounting to nearly 10% of electrical use in your home. Instead of having to unplug every item after use, plug appliances inpower strips so you can switch them off before leaving the house or going to bed. Most of us wouldn’t keep a faucet running when not in use, so we should apply the same approach to our electricity. A simple click of the switch can make a world of difference!
Beat the Heat:
Simply switching the temperature of the water for your washing machine from hot to cold can save a lot of energy. Nearly 90 percent of energy used when washing clothes stems from heating up the water, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. If you’ve got tough stains on clothes, spray stain removers like Shout and gently scrub before throwing them in with the rest of your load.
Breathe More Fresh Air:
In this digital age, it can be easy to forget what our friends and relatives look like beyond their Facebook profile photos. If we spend more time outdoors, and less time watching TV or instant messaging, we can save a lot of electricity in the long run. We can also save more on our electricity bills, since 60% of the electricity used in our homes is used for lighting and appliances, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration.
When we're busy at social gatherings and events, we spend less time texting and e-mailing, therefore spending a lot less time plugged in. Instead of playing a sports video game for hours, go out and actually play the sport. Try to plan a picnic with family or friends at your local park, or catch up with your colleagues face-to-face at a tea or coffee shop. And don't forget to bring your reusable mug!
The bottom line is that "going green" shouldn't be treated as just a fad whenever Earth Day comes around. Green living is a matter of implementing easy and simple changes into your daily routine that can help save the earth today and preserve it for many generations to come.
What will you do to be greener this year?
Source: Cerritos and Artesia
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Misi mustahil #17 telah keluar pagi tadi dan arahan yang diterima berbunyi "Tulis 10 Gangguan belajar utk Mr.Hasrol"(myself)
1. Facebook (awal pagi trus on laptop n on9.. adoii :)
2. CityVille (buka facebook sbb nk main benda alah ni laa hahaha oh ya level 23 da aku beb)
3. Makan (bila da main game ni rasa lapar ... kuar makan kt cafe, msk meggi etc..)
4. Tidur (bila perut senang hati..ngantuk plak.. bantal aku menari joget da kat ujung tu)
5. Panas (tak dapat tidur/blaja sbb bilik aku panas..bawah bilik aku tu ada lava mungkin mengalir haha)
6. Boring (bila boring balik2 kluar bilik lepak luar bilik tgk busstop..my faveret part hahaha)
7. Tango (nama kucing itam putih dekat blok slalu bwa aku main hahahaha)
8. Tumblr (sbb aku reblog gambar2 baik punya)
9. Handphone (al maklumla aku ni kaunter pertanyaan..smua benda org tnya aku wakakakaka tpaksa reply, nnt mrh plak)
10. bole aku ckp ulang balik dr no 1- 10??
yessss...misi mustahil #17 selesai...
yg misi mustahil #16 masi on ka?yang arahan berjogging??hahaha kalo aku rajin aku turun joging ar..
tapi semenjak dua menjak nih rajin da aku turun jogging.. :)
bravo to Mr.hasrol :)
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Ha..gambar yang ni pulak dengan Kelas 4 Sastera (sekarang dah ting 5 da dioarg ni), bro mengajar Sejarah dgn kelas nih.. waaa...ni kelas memang bro gelar ROck n RoLL!! hahaha pelajar2nya memang sporting habis. Yang mengharukan, hari terakhir Bro mengajar kat sana kan, time kelas diaorg menyanyi lagi n bagi hadiah.. kelas ni juga yg paling sporting bila ada pensyarah Bro datang untuk menilai Bro..hahaha best la dioarng nih.. Hope korang akan berjaya dalam SPM x lama lagi.
Heeeeeeee..ni plak dengan kelas tingkatan 1 Gemilang (sekarang dan tingkatan 2). Bro ajar Geografi dengan kelas ni.. Diaorng ni memanggggggggg la KIUT hahaha. Bro slalu juga ketawa dengan gelagat nakal diaorng ni..pandai2 budak dalam kelas nih. Sekarang pn masih ingat dgn Bro, kalo diaorg nmpk bro on9 d FB..adala yg pi menegur hehehe... miss them so much.. :)
Akhir sekali sebelum menamatkan entry ni, Latihan Mengajar......mmg la beri pengalaman yang tidak terkira.. thanks to Cikgu Timothy dan Cikgu Melda (guru pembimbing bro) atas tunjuk ajar dan panduan yang berguna, Terima kasih kepada Pengetua dan Cikgu Alias atas segala kemudahan dan bimbingan semasa berada d SMK Tenom, Cikgu2 kat SMK Tenom, mmg Warga pendidik yang tidak jemu2 mengajar dan mereka memang happening dalam bilik guru. Student2 SMK Tenom, yang sememangnya menghormati guru dan keep it up!