While we’re all fans of beautifying the aesthetic of your room, we also happen to be big advocates of getting the most out of your bedroom. Smart hacks, simplifying things, and DIY storage ideas, are some of the things that are right up our alley.

So, if you’re scratching your head trying to figure out how to declutter your small bedroom, these clever tips will come in handy to help you rest easier. 

Organise your wardrobe like an OCD perfectionist 

Your clothes and belongings are probably eating up valuable space and cluttering your room if they’re laying around. Having a strict organisational method (and we really do mean strict) helps to keep things properly and orderly stored in your wardrobe and drawers.

Get rid of your old shabby clothes or clothes that you can’t fit anymore, hang your clothes in an orderly fashion (eg. clothes in one area, pants in another), to prevent yourself from ransacking the drawer searching for your underwear or socks.

Think out of the box...literally

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Don’t limit your storage space to just wardrobes and drawers, think of creative ways to store your items. For instance, a “floating” wall shelf is one smart way to amplify your storage without sacrificing too much space. Overhead shelves work great to store your books and display items.

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One more creative way to organise your items is to hack your bedroom door by adding rails, hooks, or even some velcro tapes. Use this to hang your outfit for the next day, or for easily accessible knickknacks.


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Relatively simple, yet incredibly effective. If you’re constantly scrambling to find your keys, or if you need to sort out tangling cables, your old legos can literally give you a hand to keep your cables organised. 

Simply stick them to the side of your desk (or on the wall) with some Sugru and you have an awesome way of making your cables and wires accessible. 

Platform/storage beds 

Your bed is most probably the biggest culprit in eating up valuable space, and this is more notable when you have a small bedroom. So, one smart hack that you can maximise your storage space is to have platform beds or storage beds.
The secret to these beds are the multiple drawer compartments, whether if they are under or around the mattress. This extra storage slot enables you to store items like clothes, books, magazines, or your movie collection. You can even hide secret presents from your kids! 

If you’re on a tight budget and if you’re the kind of person who likes to build things, one relatively uncostly way you could do is to hack several IKEA products. Check out our guide on building a platform bed using IKEA products

Install a pegboard

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We’re big fans of pegboards, not only do they look great in your home, but they’re also excellent storage solutions. You can organise anything from artwork and bracelets, to bags and watches. The best thing about a pegboard is that the items are on display, so you don’t have to ransack the drawer just to search for something particular. Hack magazines files to organise your letters and magazines

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Your bills, magazines and letters will all pile up to become a paper landfill very quickly if you don’t organise them properly. Instead of allowing them to overwhelm your room with clutter, hack a couple of IKEA’s KNUFF magazine files and a wooden shelf, and you’ll never have to stress about organising your letters and magazines again.

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Monday, November 6, 2017

6 Brilliant Ways To Organise Your Bedroom That Is Just Too Good To Ignore


I had a friend that tak nak sekolah dah. Like she went to the teacher and said that she wanted to quit from school. And of courselah kan, that teacher asked why.. I do still remembered that she cakap, "my friends likes to gossip-ing (kecik hati I masa ni tau), the students were so fake, cikgu-cikgu kat sekolah ni semuanya fake; dalam lain kat luar lain, and sistem pengurusan especially education system were so not right and bla bla bla..."

So the teacher sighed and replied, "Okay boleh, tapi kena bawak segelas air penuh ni mengelilingi bangunan sekolah ni tanpa tumpahkannya waima setitis pun." My friend agreed. And she did. Then the teacher asked her one question, "when you brought that water keliling sekolah ni, did you hear anything, like gossip-ing?? Or did you see the fake people like you talked before??" And my friend said no. "Do you know why you didn't hear them all?", the teacher asked again. And my friend's answer was still no. And jawapan the teacher for her was so amazing and Subhanallah Allahuakbar Alhamdulillah..

"It was because you were so focus to not tumpahkan air dalam gelas yang you bring tu and you were so focus on the way you walked so that you takkan tersadung or terjatuh and etc."

So that's how life supposed to be, to be exact... Bila kita fokuskan hidup kita ni untuk Allah, untuk Akhirat nanti, untuk Syurga nanti, so:
  • Kita takkan ada masa nak tengok; orang ni silap, orang ni salah, orang tu tak betul and all that.
  • Kita takkan ada masa nak judge and criticize people around us.
  • Kita takkan nak bergossip with our cliques and talk about nothing.

Bila mana kita memfokuskan kehidupan kita hanya pada Allah SWT, we will definitely help people and also we will focus to achieve redha Allah SWT.. :)

We should not to be worry tentang apa yang orang cakapkan.. Cebause Because bila orang merendahkan kita, kita takkan jadi sampah. Bila orang sanjung kita, kita pun takkan jadi rembulan. So jangan risau dan jangan fikirkan langsung apa yang orang nak cakap, sebab setiap orang yang nampak dan tengok dan nilai kita, setiap daripada mereka mempunyai pandangan yang amatlah berbeza, bergantung macam mana dorang nak tengok kita, dorang nak judge kita.

Teruskanlah melangkah selama engkau berada in a right track, eventhough people throw shits at your kindness. There is no need explanation about yourself: "aku ni jenis macam ni, aku ni jenis macam tu." No need to explain anything. People who likes you takkan perlukan tu sebab they do like you. People who hates you will not going to believe that. So yeah, what's the point, aite?

Life is not about who is the best, but life is about who wants to do good. And if someone hurts you, do not revenge. Kill 'em with kindness (Selenator fans here!) Balaslah kejahatan ke atasmu dengan dengan kebaikan ke atas mereka.

Do not give up. Make yourself busy with kindness sampai keburukan pun dah malas nak follow kau. And have faith, Allah is with you.

P/S: Note to self, and others. <3


Friday, September 22, 2017

LS: Kita Ni Dah Takde Masa Dah


Hi guys! This is going to be my first entry since the last entry I posted was about a month ago??? (sorry!!!) Well. For the past... I don't know, two to three weeks ago or even worst, two to three months ago was a very-very not me. Me was not being me. Y'all know what am I saying, right?? Blurrffff...

I've been searching for myself like crazy... I don't know what I want.. I don't know what I need... I don't even know apa yang aku nak mintak kat Tuhan... I lost, dude. I do. 

It was so freakin hard weh to get up and move on and do what I need have to do. It's already September 2017 but still, I didn't archieved what I supposed to archieve. Well, yeah. I have done my degree life and felt relived bila settle semua on degree life #roadtoconvo (tapi taknak update kat socmed sebab ada kawan aku yang tak dapat nak merasa U life and felt kesian dengan dorang kalau dorang nampak gambar aku sana sini lama-lama jadi menyampah pulak) (later I post entry bout this stuff)

But still, I have nothing.. I mean I felt like I did nothing. Yet.. 

I didn't get any offer for a job. And even if I do, I still couldn't go to. Sebab my job opportunities mostly banyak dan cerah kat KL dan Shah Alam, which was, yeah. My mom didn't allowed me to go far from her. So yeah, I packed my stuffs at Shah Alam and I returned.. Home...

You know, eventhough at that time, I felt macam bodoh gile left all of my living life there, but still. I was okay and I was doing fine. (I guess because of mom's blessings?? who knows right?) She claimed that I didn't belong there sebab tiap minggu dan pantang cuti je aku mesti balik. So yeap. It might be one of the reason, kan???

Mom asks me to follow the tradition which is menjahit. Yeap. She even asked me to sign up for a sewing lesson. So yeah, I guess it leads to #1 when she ordered me to come home. You know... To help and collaborate with her. (menjahit is fun! seriously!)

Our photography business were so busy namapus like busy gila I cant even have one day rest!! Nope! Monday till Friday are my sewing lesson class, Saturday and Sunday are when I am at kenduri, and tangkap gambar people. So yeah. No rest day or even a cheat day (bukan cheat day untuk orang diet ke??) But, but, but. It was so much fun. Penat! Tipu kalau tak penat. Tapi ni kan dunia je. Nanti kat Akhirat rehatlah puas-puas. And this #3 will leads to #4 nanti.

#4 - this is the positive point :)
I've gained so many experiences! I explored so many places eventhough the places was near to my house. Seriously weh, you don't have to travel far to collect experiences and explore new things. You just have to stop and look around you. There are so many pengalaman yang you boleh kutip. Takyah nak travel jauh-jauh semata-mata nak ikut orang lain dan setakat nak upload gambar kau travelled kat socmed kau. Serious. Take a look around you. 

I am no longer a planner addict. With my very tight schedule buat aku takde masa langsung untuk tulis cantik-cantik planner aku. (so rugi sebab dengan planner sedikit sebanyak life kau akan teratur). So I tried my best untuk carik masa tulis planner aku (pray for me!)

And there is many more tapi tak nak cakap kat sini, 'cause it's quite personal. SO yeah. At the age of 21 23, I felt like I ruined my life. But it's a lesson, kan? I make mistakes, but it's okay. It is a learning process. So, what have you doing for these couple of weeks? :) Feel free to share it with in the comment down below! <3


Monday, September 11, 2017

What A Hectic Me

"I am leaving". said Cbox to me. 
Indeed, I no longer have Cbox widget in my blog. 

Felt relieved, but at the same time. I felt lost 'cause I relied so much to it before this. But nevermind. It will heal.

Thank you Blogger Utara familia sebab adviced me to remove my Cbox. Love you guys!

p/s: Pasni comment kat post saya ya kalau nak bagitahu yang korang ada jejak Blog Eyja Dot Com/ Okay! <3

Thursday, August 31, 2017

I am Leaving

Hari ni aku nak promote kawan aku jap. Sebab dia ni memang superb. Aku kenal dia zaman aku habis Form 5 dulu, masa tu kami sama-sama joined Group Blogger Apekah??? (group ni dah takde dah, dah bubar, masing-masing bawak haluan sendiri) So kami kenai kat situ. Dan alhamdulillah, sampai sekarang aku still berkawan dengan dia: Aimi Syafiqah.

Dulu dialah ajaq aku English masa aku nak ambik MUET dulu. Sebab dulu dia UPSI apentah course dia tapi bahagian English lah. So memang quite close sampai lah sekarang ni. Ada lagi sorang geng Blogger Apekah??? pun aku still kamcing dengan dia; Razanah Anis. Tapi laa ni memasing pakat tukaq nama. Dulu Aimi guna nama dia, laa ni Baemi dah :P Pastu pulak dulu Anis, searang Flavnesz dah. Hahahaha Aku je yang maintain Blog Eyja dari dulu. Hihi..

So berbalik kepada Baemi tadi, dia memang design superb namampos lawa. Pernah design blog aku tapi aku buli nak free je, dan dia pun ikut je. Kahkahkah sorry taiyang. Dulu masa diploma dia ambik kat UPSI, laa ni dia sambung Master eh tak Degree kat ehem-ehem biarlah rahsia dan nanti lepaih grad dia jadi Graphic Designer lah toq! Tu pasailah aku cakap dia hebat sebab memang bidang dia! (dulu tak belajar ni pun jadi blog designer, kad kahwin designer eh designerlah senang cakap. Hihihi.

LAB is a re-brand from PyqaDesign. Sebab rebrand? Sebab dulu sorang-sorang. Tapi sekarang dah ada business partner. Jadi, LAB (Le Art Bae) menyediakan servis design. Boleh design aaaaaaaanything. Hambuih
  • Wedding Card
  • Greeting Card
  • Sticker
  • Packaging
  • Banner
  • Bunting
  • Backdrop
  • Business Cards
  • Sampul Duit Raya
  • Bookmark
  • Book Cover
  • Blog Design
  • Header Blog
  • Online Ads
  • Print Ads
  • Flyers
  • Brochure
  • Poster
  • Logo
  • Tag

Untuk sebarang pertanyaan tentang harga, design, sample or anything related; feel free to whatsapp 014-3436432. Nanti kuli LAB nama Aimi akan entertain your pertanyaan dekat whatsapp tu hihi. Jaga-jaga, budak tu sengal sikit XD

Friday, August 25, 2017

LAB (Le Art Bae) Designing Service

Man in Red Jacket Sitting on Brown Wooden Bench 

Have you ever felt bored? Well, at least once a week? Or even better, once a month? Like you do not know what to do. Like having no clue what is your life going to be on that particular day? Mesti pernah, kan? It's a lie kalau tak dak rasa bosan... Hohoho.

Pastu like macam you were already bored, but still couldn't figured out what would make you feeling less bored, kan?? (get the picture?) So here I am, to share to you that there are 50+ things that you can posibbly do when you are bored. You can try to do it when feeling bored :)
  • Write a journal
  • Shop for shoes
  • Try Pinterest DIY
  • Decorate your room
  • Take a long and relax bath
  • Bake a dessert for friends and family
  • Upload old vacation photos on Facebook
  • Listen to the music
  • Analyze your dream
  • Rearrange your furniture
  • Organize your bookshelves
  • Wash your make up brushes
  • Get a haircut
  • Give yourself a facial
  • Call up an old friend
  • Update your resume
  • Write your own play script
  • Find 10 pieces of clothing to give away
  • Practise your outdoor photography
  • Do a braid 
  • Volunteer at charity
  • Scribble your coloring book
  • Go hiking
  • Catch up on celebrity news
  • Plant a garden
  • Make a new friends
  • Organize photos on your phone
  • People-watch in a park
  • Go for a 20 minutes walk 
  • Go bowling
  • Sing at the karaoke place
  • Take a new Facebook profile picture
  • Review book on Goodreads
  • Adopt a pet
  • Practise speed reading
  • Plan a vacation
  • Babysit for cash
  • Organize a picnic
  • Write a poem
  • Sketch a potrait
  • Play hide and seek
  • Laugh or smile
  • Buy yourself something
  • Paint your walls
  • Learn a new language
  • Practise a makeup tutorial
  • Pick fruits
  • Take yourself out to dinner
  • Practise meditation
  • Exercise
  • Try a new drink at cafe
  • Map out your family tree
  • Start a srcapbook
  • Compliment a few strangers
  • Smile whenever you pass by strangers
  • Breath in breath out with a smile happy face
  • Read Al-Quran
  • Make one day as your not-looking-at-phone-day
  • Take a road trip

And there are what you can do during your bored time but please and please and please..

Don't sleep or laying on your bed all day.
Don't eat too much even if it makes you happy. 

So there are the two things that you cannot do when you are bored.. Come on, get creative and help your body to be healthy. And enjoy your body movement when you are doing something.  I hope this tips may help you about what to do and what not to do when you are bored...

Thursday, August 10, 2017

LS: 50+ Things To Do and Two Things Not To Do When You're Bored

Top view desk work laptop and coffee cup notepad in home office. Free Photo

Hai assalamualaikum everybody! MasyaAllah, it has been soooo long since I didn't update my entries. I am truly apologize for not posting any entries because, I have been so sibuk not tooo sibuk but I couldn't find the right and perfect time to update my blog...

There are lots of draft posts that I have saved a long time ago. But I couldn't published it due to:
  • internal hard disk laptop rosak
  • internet slow gile namatey sebab dia update apentah for like 2 months!!!
  • settle everything down kat U sebab dah habis belajar
  • dapat wahyu akal untuk belajar "FnD" (let it remain secret) kat Giatmara puleks (I got no rest okay!)
  • buat 3rd job as an assistant for K
  • I sucks at managing my time
  • tak jadi nak publish post sebab dah tak ingat dalam post tu nak sembang pasal apa
  • dan the major reason is have no mood to write down. (like balik, penat, mandi solat makan tidoq tak sdaq pa!)
Yessss...... Finally I felt so relieved dapat luahkan pasaipeeeee tak boleh nak update blog.And one more thing that made me so lega was I made a second blog!!!!!!
Just for my bloglists...

I know, cool, right? :P. I got this tips from my blogger family which is Blogger Utara.. To put bloglists in another blog. SO that tak serabut. And yes... Tak serabut... Whenever I want to stalk people, I will just straight away go to my second blog and scroll my bloglists and then... Walahhhhh. 

So guys, feel free to visit my second blog if in case you have no idea who you want to stalk, nak tengok blog orang, searching for new ideas etc. 

I hope you may find new blogging friends when you click their names on my second blog and perhaps ideas to post new entry,,,,, get inspire your desire living la vida on how they designed their blog and stuffs..

Because those are all the blogs that Blog Eyja Suka.


Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Second Blog for Bloglists...

When looking for a change in scenery, and perhaps a new place to anchor your family, your first thought probably wouldn’t be to buy land. Simply put, land is difficult. It’s unmanageable in the wrong hands. Raw land is, in the very least, a challenge, and at the worst, a completely unusable investment and financial black hole.

Yet despite all these considerations, there are still arguments to be made for land as a good investment for people seeking to not just get a home, but build their own. Mostly because when you buy land, it doesn’t have to be raw land. And even as a foreigner, you might not have as much trouble getting land as you would think, according to ExpatriateAdvisory.com.

Houses, condominiums, and townhouses are some of the most common first-time homebuyer decisions. And according to Global Property Guide, they’re a good investment today as the market slows. Not many nowadays have the time or capital to invest in land and develop their own home, and few would buy an apartment building to turn into their own home, with renting perks. When it’s just you and your family, the decision usually lies between a condominium in the city, a house in the suburbs, or a townhouse in another residential district. However, that doesn’t mean you have to restrict yourself to these choices – especially when you have your own vision for what your home should look like.

Financing Land is Much of the Same
If you’ve ever jumped through the hoops to finance a home, then you’ll be pleased to know that financing land is much the same shtick. Contact your bank or lender and discuss land-financing options with them before even deciding what kind of land to look for. 

Getting pre-approved for a land loan is exactly as necessary as is getting pre-approved for absolutely any kind of significant loan purchase – it helps you set a concrete and distinct budget, one you can absolutely afford and one by which you can set your expectations. 

While buying a house is all about getting an emotional connection to the very walls and floors of the home, and seeing yourself cooking on the granite countertop or enjoying a book by the window, buying land is a much more tactical decision. Sure, you can fall in love with the location and the landscape – but the actual soil and ground itself is a matter of pure logistics. And that’s where an expert’s opinion has to come in. 

Know What to Look For
Land is versatile. Land can be swampy, or arid, with acidic soil or neutral ground, heavy foliage or sparse greenery. However, just like residential properties, every single parcel of land near or around a city or town has probably already been classified and purposed as commercial, residential, agricultural or industrial. 

You’re looking for residential land. One way to get a good idea of what land is available in the area is through the Internet. As the Internet continues to grow throughout Asia at a rapid rate, especially here in Malaysia, it’s important to keep in mind its potential in helping you find the right deal. An online real estate directory like Property Guru is all you need to find the right piece of land for sale in Malaysia.
However, you definitely shouldn’t jump on an offer based on a dozen pictures and some ownership history. There’s more to land than that. Since you’re primarily looking for a property you can use to build on, you’ll want to know several other things, namely:

  • What kind of utilities are present on the land?
The most expensive cost for what it gets you when it comes to buying land is land development. Undeveloped land is difficult to finance – especially for a family – because as the name implies, it requires actual development before it can be worked on.

That includes potentially implementing tile drainages to ensure that insufficient natural soil percolation due to a lack of foliage won’t lead to flooding or erosion during wet seasons, digging trenches and laying piping down for access to the community water tank, or alternatively tapping into an underground reservoir, and not least of all, getting permission from the city to tap into its grid. 

When you’re buying land to build on, make sure all the utilities you need are already present, unless you’re ready to tackle implementing them yourself. 

  • What kind of zoning restrictions apply to the land?
In some cases, a city or region’s local government will have a specific set of zoning restrictions in place for a piece of land, either due to conservation or historical reasons. There might also be a moratorium on the property, which means that while it can be sold, it cannot be built or developed on for a given period of time – decades, in some cases. 

Be sure to know what you can and cannot do with the land before you make your purchase. Once you’re sure your newly found deal is what you’re looking for – clean, developed land – you’re on to your next step in the journey to a new home!

Friday, July 28, 2017

RV: Choosing Land to Build A Home On

Assalamualaikum.. G'day mate! How are you? Hahahahaha I write in Brits accent pulak. Acah-acah je tau!

So roughly, this book had been published in 2016. But cambiasalah, Melayu malas membaca macam aku ni baru ada keinginan nak baca pada tahun 2017. But nevermind, better late than never! :P

It was about somebody's life, I mean, about his journey to further his study and to be an artist. (I believed that you guys have read this before)

But this book is truly amazeball! No, the writing is amazing. Like seriously. I cried over this book! Sumpah demi Allah, aku menangis terox masa baca ni. I started read this book around 6pm this evening, and I finished it dalam pukul 8 lebih camtu. (2 hours reading this book while crying, so tekalah sembab mata aku macam mana woi!)

But it was totally worth it. 

The moral values that I got from this book are:
1. Always ask for your parents' blessings. (Redha Allah terletak pada redha ibu bapa)
2. Never bazirkan bakat yang Allah beri.
3. Setiap kesusahan akan disertai dengan kemudahan. (percaya pada Allah)
4. Popular di dunia biar sampai popular di Akhirat.
5. Jangan salah gunakan nikmat yang Allah beri.
6. Jangan malas dalam mencuba dan jangan malas on everything.
7. Learn to be grateful. (bila he said that soooo nikmat bila makan nasi putih yang dicatu dengan telur dan garam sebagai perasa make me..... Ya Allah selama ni aku selalu membazir....)
8. Learn to share. Tak semua benda yang kau ada dalam dunia tu memang sebenarnya hak kau. (I cried when he wrote that he wanted to eat chicken so bad but end up he gave it to a homeless)
9. Put your hope only on Allah. Kerana Dialah satu-satunya, satu-satunya tempat kau bergantung.
10. Find out more by reading this book!

#PelukisJalanan is totally 10/10

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Book Review: Pelukis Jalanan

Assalamualaikum. Yeyllo guys! Okay tak nak cakap banyak, I buat segmen untuk carik blogger yang nak blognya diletakkan di dalam bloglist baru sis. Huhu. Senang je:,

1. Follow blog http://www.blogeyja.com/
3. Buat tajuk: Segmen: Blog Eyja Dot Com Carik Bloglist
4. Copy gambaq kat ataih, paste dalam entry anda. Publish.
5. Backlink entry hampa kat komen bawah ni.

Dah, settle. Segmen berlangsung selama sebulan (13/5/2017 - 12/6/2017). Kalau lebih 50 penyertaan, ceq carik pemenang by random.org kasi hampa duit raya :P Pakat habaq kat kawan biaqpi depa join sama!

  1. http://jombercontest.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  2. http://lulumatzam.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-pencarian-bloglist-by-eyja.html
  3. http://chanchueshahida.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  4. http://www.aimisyahirah.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  5. http://hadiahbintangjatuh.blogspot.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
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  7. http://ape-kinah.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
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  9. http://www.uyulrosli.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
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  11. https://sweetsourleyra.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  12. http://kasihkuamani.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  13. http://budakbuzy.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  14. http://www.leaazleeya.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  15. http://www.miazain.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  16. https://lovelysunshine93.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  17. http://mulan-sahbanu.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  18. http://akuchentacamera.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  19. http://cikcappuccinolatte.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  20. http://kotakconteng.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  21. http://messarah.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  22. http://thezafirahnazri.blogspot.my/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
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  24. http://www.mialiana.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
  25. http://be-readers.blogspot.com/2017/05/segmen-blog-eyja-dot-com-carik-bloglist.html
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