Hi, my name is Aisyah Rozi. This is my personal blog where I share my life experience, thoughts, ideas and occasionally, my projects. Recently, however, I share a lot about being a young mother. I'm also a YouTuber, so do checkout my channel! <3
Feb 28 2013

Fixie

So I wanted to get a fixie so suddenly. This one evening after I picked up my sister from school, I went to a bike store on a whim.  Well actually, I was bored and I wanted to do something fun & potentially dangerous.

I told Eddie about it,  and brought him to the bike store.  He said to hold it off and see some other options. So, we got home,  and he he got excited (like he always does) and did a night’s research on fixie and racing bikes. Racing bikes are way cooler, but I’m not gonna spend 1.3k (thats cheapest, expensive ones can reach more than 10k)  for something I’m not sure of.  Hence, a fixie. Plus, I wanted it because I need a fun way to burn off some calories.

Look! So pwettyyyy *insert googly eyes here*

fixie

 

We bought it at CMS Bike store in Seksyen 25, Shah Alam. Very nice owner. So I was happy to buy from him. Anyway, we got home and straightaway tested the bike. and guess what? I freaking FELL on my first attempt, and I didn’t even get to cycle it! HAHA! I rode every day for a year in Melbourne, and I fell on this one. Like whaaaaat.  It was a pretty hard fall, because my strappy sandle (in picture) got tangled with the pedal strap so I wasn’t able to support myself as I fell.

Yep, big mistake.

After that, I switched to my shoes and tested it down the hill and back up. Man, going uphill was HARD. I could barely catch my breath as I reached home! Maybe I should practice on flat land for now. Plus, I need to learn the proper technique to stop the bike. So far, I’m glad I got it. No, it’s not because of the pretty colours. Or hip or poyo with my fixie. No. I’m sure I’ll be getting quite a workout from this. Maybe I won’t be as awesome as those fixie nerds but atleast I’ll have some fun. I hope.

Ok, fine, I’ll be honest. It’s because of the pretty colours. hahaha :p

Surely I didn’t get my mum’s approval for this.  Don’t even know how to face her, she gave me a cold shoulder just now. The difference between us are like heaven & hell. I’m always thirsty for some adventures and she AVOIDS them. but  oh well, she’ll come around.  ;)

Feb 21 2013

crossroad

So, I’ve been really bad to my own blog. So bad, I’ve forgotten about it. Well, no fret. One of the list in my 2013 resolution is to blog more. And, that’s my first resolution ..which I just made 2 seconds ago as I’m typing this.

One of the reason why I’ve been avoiding to blog is that I always hated whatever I’ve written in the past. Depending on the mood I’m in. And right now I’m in a pretty good mood, since it’s half past midnight. The blogsphere has changed, and very few still blog the way blogs were written.  And I’ve decided not to care whether I, you or anyone else hates it or not, because at the end of the day, I’m writing for myself.

So, what the hell am I up to right now? Absolutely nothing.

I just finished an e-commerce design job, and currently, I’m at a crossroads. I’m not sure whether I should a) Find architectural-rel job, b) set up my own bussiness or c) sit home, get a freaking hobby and nothing else.

Surely, the last one seems more ideal to me, but I can’t bear the idea of not having money (other than the weekly allowance my husband gives me).  If I’m lucky, I could be one of the very few that earns through hobbies (yeah, dream on!).

The second option seems inviting, but it requires a lot of energy, and it is the one that I would prefer most. But, I should at least put my Degree to a good use, first, before I try anything else. Which brings us to the next option; getting a job.

I could get a job, and a steady payroll, but the problem is I don’t own a car. My car is currently being used by my sister. I have my husband’s car but it’s a stick, and uh.. well, I suck at it. I don’t even know why they make stick shift anymore! Oh no no, I might get into an accident! Of course, I am an optimist, and that is just an excuse. Most importantly, is it worth it to spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week to earn RM1,500 – RM2000? Surely, it’s a shit amount of money if you think about the hours to put in. Not to mention the stresses.

So, after having a shitty day, and having a wonderful husband who’s super encouraging, he made me realize why I even bother to consider about getting a job. It seems I’ve forgotten that life is not about the money. I wanted the experience. Or atleast, I wanted to know whether this is the industry I really want to be in. If it is, then I’ll pursue master next year. If it’s not, there’s always other opportunities.

…like being a housewife. haha, Just kidding.

 

 

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