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Category: Daily Life
Work Out with Four Ladies in Malaysia Together via WhatsApp
Suddenly, I was invited to attend two (2) webinars this morning.
To be asked to join VCs and webinars at very last minutes became one of common new normals.
Now I’m glad that I attended I thought it’s going to be a boring “webinar”.
I spotted a friend that I haven’t communicated in a while among other participants.
We started to communicate via WhatsApp and she invited me to join a work out and exercise together via WhatsApp tonight!
I pulled out a yoga mat and a selfie stick cum tripod to join four ladies in Malaysia to work out (Tabata/HIIT) together via WhatsApp.
I sweat, felt good exercising and happy to be connected despite our distance.
And YES, this is definitely one of new normals and THIS I enjoy.
Choco was very supportive!
Thank you my friend for extending me an invitation!
I will try to join regularly!
#friends #newnormal #webinar #whatsapp #workout #tabataworkout #hiit #yogamat #tripod #mybelovedchocochan #funtimes #invitation
Respecting the Vote Right
Election for Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly today.
Perhaps too Small to Call it IT Crisis
My PC hub was busted.
Least I think it’s busted because I started to receive an alert message that I need to make sure that it gets more than 90 V when it’s directed connected to the socket.
It’s 4.5 years old… Rest In Peace, Amen
I discussed with a vendor and we decided to get an USB hub with a LAN socket.
I thought my agony with bad internet connection was solved but no….
I still had a bad internet and network printer connection.
I call a technician to look into it and found that IP setting on my PC was required.
I thought it was removed by another technician. Hummm
Least a network printer problem was solved.
Was it caused by a hardware problem or a simple IT matter.
I would lose my mind when I don’t have an access to internet because I would feel useless.
I hate to be chased but I hate to be locked out.
Our New Normal
Choco has been giving a look when I leave for office in the morning.
The weather is nice so we go to the park to chill out in the evening.
This is our new normal.
The 3rd State of Emergency
Tokyo is under the 3rd State of Emergency (Stay Home Request) now.
Ms. Koike, the Governor of Tokyo, requested shopping complexes and department stores to close.
In addition, requested restaurants not to serve any alcohol or close.
On that note, many shops are closed; restaurants are opened for take out service only and closed for dining area.
Vaccination started in Japan.
I thought I would feel safe by now; however, looking at the town, I don’t feel safe enough.
Dear all, take care and stay safe!
New Normal: Laundry Detergent
This could be a part of new normals.
I prefer my clothes to smell floral; therefore, I’ve looked for a laundry detergent, Emal by Kao which can provide dry cleaning result even washing clothes by a washing machine.
I’ve looked for it at supermarkets, drug stores and convenient stores; but failed to buy one.
I finally found it on AMAZON.
Perhaps the demand is high; today, many households might frequently wash clothes due to the COVID.
I panicked and bought six (6) value packed (900 ml) of Emal.
I usually use 40 ml for one cycle.
I should not worry looking for Emal for a while.
I believe everybody want to enhance their meals at home – Stay Home.
I found star and heart shaped cucumber (1 cucumber) for JPY 158 or USD 1.58 before tax / JPY 171 or USD 1.71 after tax at Precce Premium, Tokyo Midtown Roppongi.
Despite the COVID, Sakura blooms in Tokyo.
Setsubun was 2 February in 2021
Usually, Setsubun, New Year on Japanese old calendar, is on 3 February.
I learned this year that the Setsubun can be on different day due to the Sun calendar.
The previous Setsubun on 2 February was 124 years ago.
Luckily, I didn’t miss it this year.
We wish for good luck by throwing soy beans to attack bad luck (represented by Oni: demon) and make space for inviting good luck.
We eat an Ehomaki (direct translation is good luck direction roll).
We eat a long sushi while facing this year’s good luck direction (this year, it is South South East) to pray for a good luck.
This tradition is originated in West Japan.
Today, people in Tokyo also practice.
Who doesn’t want to welcome good luck?
There were so many varieties of Ehomaki at the supermarket, Precce Roppongi.
It was difficult for me to chose.
I enjoyed following Japanese tradition at home.
Wishing for good luck: Peace, Health, Love, Happiness and Fun.
Ow I’m greedy.