Where to Buy Inexpensive Onesie Pajamas?

Halloween is the most popular costume or fancy dress event of the year in western society. In recent years, the culture of celebrating Halloween has spread to other parts of the world.  People of all ages have tons of fun dressing up on Halloween day for trick-or-treating.   Halloween costumes could be anything we imagined, not just scary stuff.

When it comes to Halloween, there are those meticulous people who plan their costume a year in advance — finding the perfect costume and props and then carefully sew or glue their masterpiece together, complete with impeccable make-up so that they stand out at the Halloween party  🎃.   And then there are the rest of us.

Halloween is just around the corner and if you haven’t gotten yourself a costume yet, fret not!  Halloween onesies are here to save the day!  On a holiday when you can be absolutely anything you want, be comfortable in cute and hilarious Halloween onesies from Alfagoody!  With a relaxed fit, roomy hood and super soft fine flannel and fleece fabric, becoming a rainbow unicorn or Mashimaro has never been so easy.

Onesie pajamas are such practical and affordable costumes for Halloween.  After Halloween, you can wear them to bed.  Everybody has to sleep. Unless you go to bed in your birthday suit, you need comfy pajamas. Even if you prefer to sleep in your birthday suit, you need to put on something for a stroll to the kitchen for a midnight drink of water or when you step out of the shower.

Men and women, boys and girls and toddlers too – there are many different fun themes from animals to dinosaurs, unicorns, cosplay characters and much more to choose from at Alfagoody.


If you are strapped for costume ideas this Halloween, why not try pajamas onesies from Alfagoody?   The Halloween onesies from Alfagoody are affordable, machine washable, with a quality so high they’ll last you for hauntings year after year. Choose from cute, hilarious or quirky Halloween onesies for an unforgettable October 31st.


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RMCO Day 99 ~ Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Since it’s a public holiday today (Malaysia Day) and Maria is here to help, Sherilyn has been very fruitful in the kitchen.  She baked a banana loaf and cooked Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Stew) for dinner complete with Samgyupsal gui (grilled marinated pork belly), Gyeran Mari (egg roll), Musaengchae (Spicy Radish Salad) and organic kombu in dashi soup.  Everything was delish but the banana loaf was a failure this time – it turned out unexpectedly with a texture similar to pudding / kuih. Even after baking it in the oven for over an hour, the loaf felt jiggly when I removed it from the oven.  From the outside, it looks like a successful loaf of fluffy banana cake but once sliced, it looks like banana pudding / kuih pisang 🤨

Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Stew) – the soup is made using the homemade Gochujang that she made a few days earlier. She also added dashi stock (Melaleuca brand), dried shiitake mushrooms, lots of fresh radish, cabbage, onions and organic kombu to cook up a very flavorful pot of soup.  It’s up to you what you want to put into the soup and we used fish and crab meat balls, an assortment of fresh mushrooms, eggs, organic soft tofu, 2 packets of instant noodles and a handful of organic glass noodles.

Samgyupsal gui (grilled marinated pork belly):

Organic kombu in dashi soup:

Gyeran Mari (egg roll):

Musaengchae (Spicy Radish Salad):

I’m still craving to dig into a less sweet sublime banana loaf but the tenacious side of me keeps preventing me from ordering it from my regular homemade banana cake seller on Facebook.  Each time I’m about to Whatsapp the seller, the other side of me keeps reminding me that banana cake’s loaded with sugar, butter and white flour  and haven’t I forgotten that my cholesterol reading is high?! Dang the genetic high cholesterol!


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How to Make the World a Better Place

The world needs people like you who want to help others and improve the world. Whether you are looking to start off on a path to positive change or you are looking for additional avenues to invest your energy, there are always places that could use your help. If you want to make the world a bit of a better place, consider these tips on how you can do your part.

Spread Some Kindness

Not every good deed must be something formal. You can focus your efforts on retail kindness, spreading the care from person to person which can cause a contagious effect. If you make the effect to spread some kindness within your own community and through your interactions, you can know that you are having a direct effect on those around you.

being kind to others

Volunteer Your Time

Another way to spread care throughout a community where you can witness the direct effects is through volunteering your time. By investing your effort and time to address issues and provide solutions, you can help others. There are volunteer opportunities for any type of interest and passion, you just need to find the right fit.

Give Your Money Wisely

You don’t have to be limited to donating your time. For those who are financially capable of donating money, monetary contributions can also be a great way to push progress. Much like how you will want to research any opportunity, you need to research different organizations before making your donation to ensure you understand what will happen to your funds.

Go Green

For those who are more environmentally focused, there is a lot that you can do in your personal and professional life to promote a healthier planet. Going green and helping those around you embrace a more environmentally conscious existence can be a wonderful way to make the world a little bit brighter and better.

Making a difference in this big world can be easier said than done. Whether you choose one or multiple opportunities from this list above, making the world a better place can be done regardless of your circumstances.

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3 Important Facts To Know Before Getting Laser Hair Removal

If you feel like you’ve been spending too much time, money and energy lately on constantly removing bodily hair, you may have been thinking about booking a session at a laser bar and spa Manhattan. Laser hair removal can be a good alternative to daily shaving and may allow you to save time in the mornings by waking up hair-free. However, before you book a session, it’s important to be prepared. Here are a few key things you’ll want to keep in mind when considering going under the laser.

1. It May Be Slightly Uncomfortable

While having a laser directed at your skin may sound painful, laser hair removal should only be slightly uncomfortable at worst. The laser does heat up in order to kill the hair follicle, but many modern lasers come equipped with cooling mechanisms to help make the procedure feel more comfortable for you. Additionally, your technician will apply some numbing cream before you start, so you won’t even be feeling most of the procedure. If you do feel more than a slight pinching feeling, let your technician know so they can adjust the settings.

2. You May Need Multiple Sessions

While it might sound nice to walk into the clinic for your treatment and walk back out completely hair-free, the truth is that you’ll likely need multiple sessions in order to see full results. This is due to the fact that hair grows in cycles and the laser needs to catch each hair at the right moment in the cycle to stop its growth. Because of this, you can expect to book a series of six to eight sessions for best results. The good news is, you should start to see results from each session within a couple of weeks following treatment.

3. You Can Shave Before Your Appointment

If you’re worried about having to let your bodily hair grow out before your appointment, you’ll be relieved to know that shaving beforehand is fine. Just don’t wax before you go, since this removes the hair root and can render the treatment ineffective.

Constantly removing bodily hair can be tiresome and frustrating, not to mention expensive over time. If you wish you could wake up smooth and hair-free, you may want to consider whether a laser hair removal treatment would be right for you. Now that you’re equipped with the basic facts, you can make your decision with confidence.

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