Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Try keeping the television switched off for a week - that is the challenge from a consumer group to Malaysians in a bid to enhance family values and ties. The Federation of Malaysian Consumer Associations (Fomca) has organised a one-week campaign themed “Turn Off the TV”, encouraging parents to switch off their TV sets and spend time with their children by doing more beneficial activities.

I support the campaign. By doing so, families can spend time together doing wholesome activities like reading, cooking, dining out, exercising, hiking or island-hopping! By turning off the TV, it gives us a chance to think, read, feel, taste, connect with our families, and get to know our neighbours.

So I am going (or I will try) to turn off my TV for a week. No CSI, no Kimora Life In The Fab Lane, no AF, no Keeping Up With The Kardashians, no Matahari, no Amazing Race, no Desperate Housewives, no The Nanny, no Friends.

The question is, CAN I SURVIVE?

And terlupa pulak, my family is in KL.


  1. that's when you need your time alone at the Starbuck and read a good book..ahhh miss those days..dah beranak, hav to starbuck dgn anak ja la..add my link weh!!

  2. Mak Na

    Just drop by to say hai!!!

    Lots of love,
    Jasmine Zurayn
    Julia Qazryn
    Mama and...