Hi readers, today I’ll show you another beautiful cakes from my baking project at the kitchen. Trying to make a Barbie doll cake request from my cousin. Actually, I’m planning to do this cake for a months but having a busy schedule makes me delay my plan. Learning from magazine, cook book is not easier as you think. My friend said “why not try to learn on Youtube”. I have learning on how to make a Barbie doll cake on Youtube but the result is failed. Most of the video doesn’t help too much. Sometime the video is good but they don’t tell us on what nozzle do they use, what ingredient on the cream or cake, where to find a a cake ingredient and more.
Work Happy: What Great Bosses Know
by Jill Geisler
Management guru Jill Geisler provides a practical guide based on real-world experience, thorough research and lessons that will transform managers and their teams. Employing a workshop-in-a-book concept, Work Happy is designed to produce positive and lasting results. This is great tool for aspiring leaders and even an experienced manager as it takes management skills to the next level and proves that leadership and life at work can be made so much more fun.
Author, television personality, columnist and coach on money optimisation, Yap Ming Hui is back with his latest book Set Yourself Free. As the Managing Director of Whitman Independent Advisors, Yap assesses why middle class Malaysians have trouble achieving financial freedom in this book.
One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern
Known for her novel P.S. I Love You, Irish novelist Cecelia Ahern returns with A Hundred Names. Taking a different approach from previous works, A Hundred Names tells the story of Kitty Logan, a journalist whose career is going downhill until she stumbles upon a list of one hundred names in a file. She starts to track those people down to write that one story that she’s always wanted to write.
There’s something about a French woman that puts her aside from (and sometimes above) other women. It could be the scarf, perfectly tousled hair or the effortless chic that adds up to that je ne sais quoi but underneath it all, the author relates, it’s simply that French women don’t give a damn.
There are no rules, and one just navigates how one sees fit. From sleeping with a man on a first date to embracing imperfections – the author invites readers to replace self consciousness, doubts and complexities with some joie de vivre.
Ollivier also provides provocative insights from knowledgeable women French, of course who bestow their expertise on how to love and make love.