Budgeting is one hard thing to implement 🙂
Me and my husband decided to really work with our budget since we are expecting our baby by end of september, and there must be lots of things needed to be spend on baby.
We are actually planning to change the car, but think about it again, it will be another never ending debt. We decided to hang on with our car, and pray that she won’t give us another heartache for being 8 years old car :).
There so much to budget..our baby, our new house, our car,husband moving back to Sabah for good..etc. So maybe do it one at a time. And one best practice is, to pay all the debt first..car loan, housing loan, education loan, and all the loans you have. Then only you will live happily ever after 😀 .
So i went to WongKok Wet Market ( it’s now located at Cybercity ya) yesterday and bought myself a whole bunch of veggies, fruits, chicken and fish hehe.. I haven’t really plan my menu yet, but since i already bought them, so i have to plan my 1 week menu based on the items.
So here is my list:
1. Pakis ( Pucuk paku) – RM2
2. Carrot – RM2
3. Tomato – RM3
4. Chicken Thigh – RM4.50
5. Ikan kembung (7)- RM 7
6. Watermelon – RM7 *Current price RM2/kg*
7. Papaya – Rm1.8 *Current Pricce RM1.8/kg*
8. Fresh Chilli – RM1 *Current price RM2.5/kg*
9. Onion, Garlic, Daun limau Purut – RM 2
10. Lime – RM2
11. Bread – RM3
Total : RM 35.30
So that’s basically gonna be my menu this week hehe.
Now, how should i ‘compose’ my menu :D… Yesterday’s lunch i already cook the pucuk paku and ikan kembung. The menu was ‘ Pucuk Paku masak pedas’ and ‘Ikan kembung goreng’. Delicious lunch i must say hahaha…
The pucuk paku can be eaten for 2 times, so right after i cook, i put half into container, let it coll for a while and keep it in the freezer. And i happily finish out the 1 ikan kembung goreng :D.
For tomorrow’s lunch box to office, i’m gonna cook ‘Ayam paprik’. The ingredients are simple : Chicken, carrot, long bean ( i still have it since last week ), chilli, tomato&chilli; sauce, garlic.
I’ll post the recipe later :D.
Till then, happy Sunday!
Working with live data and ‘concerned’ clients, i always have to recheck and modify data from database using SQL 2008.
The default value for editing table only 200 rows, and the rest i have to do it using script. A bit tedious because i cannot actually read the data and edit it.
But here is the solution yey 😀
Tools >Options >SQL Server Object Explorer, Expand this tree > ‘Commands’
I change the ‘200’ to 0 , and i will get all data 🙂
Hope this will help 🙂