My Own Happiness Project

My Own Happiness Project
because happiness begins inside and flows out...


arteo's homemade dinner.....


Ingredients needed: wholemeal bread, salmon spread with mayo (shown here - Ayam Brand), Alfalfa sprouts and nori sheets. Needed also is the sushi roller made from bamboo sticks, called the sushi maki sudare.

First, lay the nori sheet on the sudare, and a piece of bread on it.

Then the fillings. I'm also trying with seafood mayo, also by Ayam Brand.

Then roll the bread into a cylinder in the shape of a maki. Wet the loose end of the nori with water and dab it on so it holds the shape of the maki.


Can be cut into bite sizes but the knife used must be sharp enough to cut through the wet nori, can be quite challenging!



take home lessons.........

After a sleepless night and a appetite-less day, finally the crisis at hand comes to a slow plateu and a steep anticlimax. Anyway, there are repercussions from this event and the most important thing is that I learn from it.
  1. At the end of the day, it is true about how it is impossible to please everybody especially when you are in the super-visible position of obligatory duties (willingly or unwillingly) so just be weary of the 20% that will make noise and stirrups.
  2. Be extra careful of the 80% nonetheless. Slacking here can cause severe negative implications.
  3. Be careful about saying something against another person, even to the person you trust. Misquoting is a rampant endemic in any relations. Go full blast when talking nice about somebody else, though.
  4. In a conflict, be quick to admit wrongs and be soft about wrong accusations. Eventually you will be heard, so be patience.
  5. Duties, works and projects are fleeting events in life. Preserve relations if it is worth keeping, that should be the priority.
  6. Know who you true friends are. They may not be the ones talking the nicest to you.