Jane The Capricorn (Very True leh ... haha...)

A cool and quiet woman. Once she is mad she can be very fierce.

In her opinion, woman is not just a flower or decoration at home or at an office.

She likes to control and hide her weak emotions. She will never try to change anyone, but she will learn to accept them as they are. If she does not like someone, she will not comments or criticize but she will completely ignore that person.

She hate plastic and an artificial flower because it make her feel that you are not being sincere. She loves real flower and it's scent. She loves a guy who wear after shave cologne. If you are a type of a guy who wear your Jean one month before washing, or wear an old sneaker, then you can forget about her.

She loves music and nature even there is a rare case otherwise. She loves to go picnic in nature, so if you don't have so much time for her, you can take her fishing too.

She is not as jealous as Aquarius or Leo woman, but do not cross the line O.K. Better not to see she gets mad, especially in front of public when she feels like loosing face.

She has her own goal in life and does not care if you have a doctorate degree or not, if she thinks you are not bright then she will not care about you at all. She likes smart people by character not by certificate shown.

She does not like a dreamer who talk about his dream but never put his hands in action to make it happens. Don't bother to tell her "everyone is doing it, you should do it too", or "I think you should do it, it's good for you", because she will do what she wants to do only.

She is a cool type and will not nag, so easy on your ears. She is a slow but sure type. She will always respect and honor you and will never try to make you loose your face. If she loves you, she will help you in anything you do.

She likes to help people and expect nothing in return. If she asks you for a favor and does not get one, she will feel very disappoint. She has a high hope and a high faith and beliefs in her own confident than believing in "Luck".

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

10 Fast Fruits Breakfast

I am on a 1 month slimming plan to prepare for my coming vacation to Taiwan in September! Apparently, this plan is just a way to be safe I don't over weigh my scale when I comes back from food haven. Haha...

Come across this article from IVillage which I find it rather useful which I might try some of its suggestions and maybe upload some pictures here:


  1. Pour 350ml orange, apple or pineapple juice into the blender.
  2. Add 115g roughly chopped fresh fruit (bananas, peaches, pineapple, mango, berries and apricots work well).
  3. Add 3 tbsp yogurt, a few dates, a spoonful of raisins or your favorite protein powder to the mix.
  4. Blend until thoroughly mixed, and drink.
(Can make the salad the night before, but if using apples, be sure to coat with lemon or orange juice, to prevent browning.)
  1. Assemble a few of favorite fruits, such as pineapple, mango, banana, berries or apple.
  2. Cut them up into bite size pieces and toss with some fresh mint or coconut.
  3. Top with fresh yogurt, and enjoy.
(Oat-based cereals have a low glycemic index, which means they are gradually absorbed and digested by the body.)
  1. Liven up porridge or oatmeal with a sprinkling of brown sugar, chopped dates, raisins or almonds.
  2. having a bowl of your favorite oatmeal or porridge in the morning will keep you energized, and stave off hunger until lunchtime.
(Can prepare it over the weekend and keep it in the fridge.)
  1. Cut up three apples and a pear, and add some dried fruit, like raisins, sultanas or apricots.
  2. Add 115ml apple juice or water and simmer on low heat until tender.
  3. Flavor with a tablespoon of sugar or honey to taste, and add a pinch of cinnamon or powdered ginger.
  4. Eat with yogurt or cottage cheese, or spoon over hot or cold cereal.
  1. Keep frozen berries in the freezer, and defrost the night before you want to use them, by setting a portion out in a bowl.
  2. You can use them in yogurt, sprinkled on muesli or in smoothies.
  3. Sweeten with honey or sugar to taste.
  1. Mix a large egg or two small ones with a spoonful of milk or cream. Whisk together until blended.
  2. Melt a little butter in a frying pan, dip a piece of bread in the egg mixture, making sure both sides are covered by mix, and fry until set.
  3. Turn over and cook the other side until set and light golden brown.
  4. Top with fresh fruit, poached fruit or berries.
  1. In a bowl, mix a spoonful of butter or margarine, brown sugar and raisins.
  2. Add a pinch of cinnamon for flavor.
  3. Next, remove the core from your favorite kind of apple.
  4. Fill the center with the mixture and bake at 350F/180C/gas mark 4 for about 30 minutes or until soft.
  5. Top with cream cheese or cottage cheese.
  1. Buy pre-made crêpes and freeze with some parchment or waxed paper in-between each crêpe.
  2. Take one or two out and thaw overnight.
  3. Alternatively, defrost on the morning you want to eat them, in a microwave oven or in a frying pan with a little butter.
  4. Heat up and fill with fruit, preserves and cottage cheese.
  1. Take 6 apples, then core, peel and cut them into chunks.
  2. Add a handful of raisins and 115ml apple juice.
  3. Bring to a boil and simmer until cooked.
  4. A spoonful of lemon juice will enhance the flavor.
  5. Spice up this recipe by adding cinnamon, ginger and a dash of sugar.
  1. Empty a large container of yogurt into a bowl and mix in 115ml orange juice, 1 tsp vanilla and 100g fluid honey (to taste).
  2. Then, finely grate the skin of the orange into the mixture.
  3. Sprinkle some dried coconut, chopped nuts, raisins and dates on each serving.

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