Happy 7th birthday to my little cousin sis! 💜 (Taken with Instagram)
My best bitches! ❤ (Taken with Instagram at Stadium Melawati Shah Alam)
It’s meditating. Hehe. (Taken with Instagram)
I don’t like cats but the new born kittens behind my house just melt my heart 🐱😍 (Taken with Instagram)
1. Make sure you get enough sleep. A recent study by the U.S. Mental Health Association and the Better Sleep Council identified a relationship between positive moods and sleeping between 6 and 8 hours a night. Regular bedtimes were also important.
2. Keep your bedroom as dark as possible as this stimulates production of melatonin. (Low melatonin levels are linked with depression.)
3. Make sure you have a diet that supports brain health. For example, the following nutrients have been shown to promote more stable moods: B-complex vitamins, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, zinc and fatty acids. Also, rapid changes in blood sugar can also precipitate changes in mood, so watch your consumption of refined sugar products, and make sure you eat lots of complex carbohydrates.
She biting it and refused to eat when I was stating at her -_- (Taken with Instagram)
Hello Saturday 💛 (Taken with Instagram)