Lifeblogging: A New Lens on Life

Have you ever considered lifeblogging?

It’s the modern twist to the diaries we once treasured, but with a digital heartbeat.

Discover the Magic of Lifeblogging
This isn’t just a platform; it’s a vibrant, living canvas where the everyday becomes remarkable.

Every moment, from the mundane to the monumental, forms part of a captivating narrative – your life story, shared in real time.

A Journey Beyond Ordinary Blogging
Lifeblogging isn’t just a subset of blogging; it’s a unique genre in its own right.

It’s about weaving the threads of daily experiences into a rich tapestry of personal tales.

Each post, each shared memory, adds color and depth to this tapestry, transforming routine events into chapters of an enthralling story.

Why Lifeblogging Captivates
Lifeblogging isn’t just a practice; it’s a celebration of life. It’s about:

  • Capturing the Essence of Memories: Freeze moments in time, creating a beautiful mosaic of your life’s journey.
  • Therapeutic Reflection: It’s a reflective mirror, allowing you to ponder, grow, and understand your life’s narrative.
  • Building Bonds: Share your story and find a community of kindred spirits, weaving connections across the digital expanse.
  • Turning Moments into Stories: Elevate everyday occurrences into compelling narratives, filled with emotion, lessons, and insights.

The Benefits of Sharing Your Story
Lifeblogging extends beyond a personal hobby; it’s a transformative experience. It brings myriad benefits:

  • Mirror of Self-Discovery: It’s a tool for introspection, fostering personal growth and self-awareness.
  • Community and Connections: Through sharing, you create a tapestry of relationships, finding solidarity and support in others.
  • Digital Memory Lane: Your blog becomes a timeless vault, preserving fleeting moments and cherished memories for posterity.

What to Share in a Lifeblog
Wondering what slices of life to share? Here’s some inspiration:

  • Ordinary Yet Captivating: The everyday routines, when shared, can be surprisingly engaging and inspiring.
  • Personal Insights: Your thoughts and reflections add a layer of depth, making your story relatable and real.
  • Celebrating Milestones: From birthdays to bucket-list adventures, these highlights bring excitement and joy to your narrative.
  • The Ups and Downs: Authenticity shines when you share both triumphs and challenges, painting a full picture of your life.

My Personal Journey with Lifeblogging
Lifeblogging has been a personal voyage of discovery and connection for me.

The stories I share – moments both big and small – have not only shaped my digital narrative but have also sculpted my personal growth.

It’s about sharing wisdom, inspiring others, and possibly even changing lives.

The Joy of Documenting Life
In conclusion, lifeblogging transcends a mere pastime; it’s a pursuit of passion.

It involves capturing the raw, unedited essence of life and sharing it with the world.

Embark on Your Lifeblogging Adventure
I invite you to start your own lifeblogging journey.

Whether it’s through text, photos, or videos, begin capturing your story today.

Embrace this opportunity to enrich your life and maybe even touch the lives of others.

Start documenting, start sharing, and watch the magic unfold in your life and the lives around you.

The Story of My Academic Pursuits

I’m back to share more of my story. I wasn’t born a genius, and honestly, I never imagined I would pursue education up to the level of a PhD.

The thought of achieving my current position never crossed my mind.

Like many others, I only knew to strive and learn. During my LCE (now known as PMR), my results were not outstanding. Similarly, in my MCE (currently called SPM), my aggregate was just 24.

I was disappointed for not achieving excellent results, especially when many of my peers managed to go abroad with aggregates of 21.

However, I remained determined and strove to enter university. Initially, I wanted to pursue Accounting, influenced by my cousin, but eventually, I chose Electrical Engineering.

My first year at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia was challenging, especially with courses heavy in mathematics.

I remember failing Thermodynamics in my first year.

This was a result of studying until the early hours and not getting enough sleep. During exams, my mind went blank, and I couldn’t answer the questions – leading to my failure and the need to retake the course in the next term (we had a term system, not semesters).

Thankfully, I graduated with a First Class Bachelor’s Degree, alongside four other students.

Two years later, I studied Telematics at Essex University.

Interestingly, this university only offered the course over nine months, unlike other Master’s programs which lasted a year or a year and a half.

While my friends had the opportunity to travel across Europe during their breaks, I couldn’t indulge in that luxury as I returned to Malaysia immediately after the short nine-month period.

A couple of years later, I decided to pursue my PhD but I couldn’t apply for overseas University because there’s no opportunity.

But I still go ahead by pursuing my PhD in the same University where I worked.

I am proud to be the first PhD holder in Telecommunications.

My academic journey might not have started with brilliance, but it was filled with perseverance and dedication. Each step, including the setbacks, was a crucial part of my growth. Stay tuned, as there’s still more to my story.