Memory keeping with Photobook Malaysia

It’s an aging thing – memory keeping. Little girls grow up to become young ladies to later turn into women and soon.. aunties that loves the monstera deliciosa species and looking at old photos.

Despite the many photos I have uploaded and kept in my phone and stored in my cloud – I feel I need to have physical photos to look at once I get very old and feeble. InsyaAllah kalau umur panjang.

Recently Photobook had a Payday promotion. I can print 100 pieces of 4R Matte photos for only RM28 (including delivery). I used the offer to print out photos of my kids. Then, I brought another voucher in a different promotion which allows me to print 200 photos for only RM32. I used it to compile photos of my parents in law and hope to present it in an album and give it to my MIL on her birthday.

Photobook lets you save your work on the My Project section. You could use photos from your own desktop, digital files or even Google photos. My recent project were mostly from Google photos. It can be quite a pain to find the photo that you want from there if you’re not organized especially when you want to print 100 pieces. I suggest you start organizing the photos on your Google account a.s.a.p. Prior to starting a project on photobook, I put the images that I want in an album on Google photos. I labeled it as Photobook project 100 photos. This is so – that when I start my project, I can just upload the photos from that existing album instead of having to scroll in the little space for the photo that you want.

I also find that some vouchers do not work on the Mobile App. Hence, to be sane.. use your laptop/desktop. Delivery was super efficient. In Malaysia, you can expect your photos to be delivered as fast as 2 working days via GDex.

My next photo printing projects will be mostly on our travels. Perhaps I’d do a coffee table book to get conversations started. Or turn photos into interesting momentos. We will see.

Acah2 blogger

Blogging used to be the IN thing. Now it’s the time of the InstaFemes or Youtubers. I am not quite sure if that is how I want the direction of my hobby to go.

I love writing. I like it when people make comments on what I write about. Which are mostly close friends in real life and those I love connecting to on social media. I am not so sure if I can handle blog readers by thousands like the more famous, colourful and outspoken ones.

patient perli kawan aku pun aku terasa kena cubit. apatah lagi kena maki if opinion tak sehaluan. kah kah kah. 

I used to give one of these cards out a long time ago. It was something I designed WITH the help of the available templates on Photobook. Acah2 femes. pastu gelabah bila orang yang ko ngumpat jumpa blog kau. Terus private post. 

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But I missed moments of making new friends. Especially non medical friends which is why I think I got drawn into doTERRA. It’s another form of social adventure alongside being part of the butterfly blogger group.

Anyway, I have a social engagement this weekend. Organized by the group in collaboration with an F&B business. Kinda like a blogging assignment which I applied for.  LOL . If I do this right, I might just be able to reconnect with bloggers during ‘my time’ and forge new relationships. And perhaps get more fun assignments. Hihihi.

Cheers to a wonderful year. Gitew.

Review : Another Photobook bizcard

Sometimes you need to have that syok sendiri element to try a particular product. I have been a great fan of Photobook  for quite some time as it offers not only a variety of products but at an affordable price too. I keep coming back to its website to try more of its stuff.

Some reviews related to their products;

Recently on GROUPON, Photobook has a wonderful promotion for its business cards. 50 pieces of personalised business card for RM0. Nice right? Too bad I bought mine before the promo was up. Grrrrr.. geramnya..

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I loved its quality having bought a set for both my sisters restaurant and my mom’s massage business.

I don’t have to download a software. I just need to log in to its online portal and ‘design’ my card there. The template has boxes and fonts of many sizes to help you get started. It’s good for an amateur like myself who just wants to ‘try’ the product and feel famous important.

Now I can selit2 my blog biz cards at random places around the world. Oh my.. my wanderlust is coming back. Come on Air Asia.. gimme free tickets!!

By the way #MYCYBERSALE has started officially from 28/09/2015  – 02/10/2015. Most online retailers are part of this mega sale including Photobook. Early this morning, I have clicked away to buy a particular ‘thing’ online and hey postage is free on top of the 25% discount for all purchases for that website.I am sure other online retailers are offering equally good deals. *drool* will tell you about that purchase later.

Jovial jolly jolly

Today everybody was in a good mood. Almost every hour ( in between patients) we were laughing over a joke, a ghost story that went wrong, a case which is shitty but funny all the same. Perhaps its because we are on full manpower today. No one on leave. No one went for a course. No one ‘mengular’. 

We were all a happy family. Like siblings kidding with each other.

And another business card arrived from my trusted online biz-card maker : PHOTOBOOK MALAYSIA. 

This time it is for my sister’s little restaurant. RESTORAN SERI KENYALANG.

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I hope she likes it.

Review : Photobook Msia Business Cards

This came through the post. My Mother would be elated.

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These are business cards which I bought from a local website, PhotoBook. The site has 33 customizable card designs to suit individual’s preference. I really hope that the team would produce more templates hence making the selection more fabulous as they already are.

It’s pretty easy to ‘design’ your own business card.

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Once I have selected a pattern, I just have to customize it online and voila.. I have my own business card ready to be delivered within  3 – 5 working days.

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My mother is a masseuse certified by Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) to perform massage therapy onto postnatal ladies. She underwent a short course with an exam at the end to get that qualification. On top of that, she also sells the traditional bengkung for the ladies, herbal remedies and organic lemongrass oil.

She works on a contract basis at the TCM centre in Putrajaya and occasionally after office hours would attend to private clients at their respective homes. She currently caters to ladies within Putrajaya and Jenjarom area. Please do contact her for more details.

Here’s to a good year ahead.