Anything that come across my mind, related to homemaking process, new interest in life.

I’m a Computer Engineering graduate from MMU, used to be an Executive in a Service Centre in Cyberjaya, I’ve been a full time homemaker since 2004, taking care of my house and my husband, then decided to work full time (again!) for a while.

At the end of 2005, I’ve decided to quit my job and focus my energy on my IT and wedding crafts business while juggling my home life. I’ve always love dolls, stuff toys, arts and crafts but somehow feel not ready to have children of my own until 2008 when the bundle of joy was conceived and brought into this world.

Now with a son in tow, the previous leisure life as a homemaker is totally changed. On the learning curve of parenthood, researching a thing or two about modern parenting while trying to bring some sense into this sometimes-feel-like insane world. (Last updated: 18 June 2009)

I can be contacted at mq[at]homemakerdiary[dot]com.
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