Saturday, February 23, 2013

Travel Medicine

I think it's a good thing to share some tips that I gain. I travel a lot. Like a lot! And all this tips I learnt from my own experiences :) Hope it brings at least a benefit for you guys as well

My first tips will be related to the health. Yes, I'm very concern when it comes to health especially when I travel. I always want to make sure that I travel in a good condition. So here some of the things that always in my so called "Healthy Bag".

1. Panadol Actifast
It's a must!! Very helpful bila demam, migraine and pening2..

2. Pil Chi Kit Teck Aun

Pil ni sekarang da glamour sangat..Sangat mudah untuk didapati defat mana2 kedai..Usually I will bring like a box!! Very helpful untuk membantu perut yang tai than masakan or makanan yang pelik-pelik hat liar sans tu.. Sesetengah orang maybe tai than dengan bay and quantity oil ni.. But rather than going to toilet a lot of time, I rather telan je pil ni.

3. Panadol Menstrual

For all the girls of course!!  I know it may not working for some of the girls..tapi bila dah sakit and dah desperate kat luar sana, this pill you will want the most!

 4. Strepsils

You know already what is it for but for me, it's more on mencegah tanda2 awal demam :)

5. Ubat Gastrik

I have gastric. Ubat ni dapat daripada klinik tempatan. All you have to do just hisap je sampai habis before makan. It will somehow neutralize your stomach.

6. Cool Fever

This is also helpful bila demam. Pakai je waktu malam, then the fever bole lagi cep at kebab.

7. Panaflex

This one is for my back actually. Coz my work mostly related to physically. So sometimes I do have problem with my back.

8. ENO

 ENO can help you release some gases inside your stomach. I like this thing especially the ginger one eventhough the taste is not that good. 

9. Mask

I always bring masks. Mask ni untuk mengekalkan kelembapan di muka. Pakai je sambil surfing internet ke. Senang kan?

10. Plasters 

In case anything happen, you have your own plasters. Better cari yang water resistent.

11. URAL

I have some problem with my digesting system :( So I need this to neutralize my kidney

 12. Hydroxycut

This thing give extra energy to you. You will be like a hamster the whole day. Can get it from GNC :) Just bancuh and minum. Rasa macam juice je

13. Fusidic Acid

Ini untuk melegakan bisul :P

14. Ubat selesema

I like the one from pharmacy. Sangat2 berkesan!

Finally, put it all together in one small bag. And you can bring it everywhere at anytime.

I hope the tips will help you keep healthy during your travel!!! :) :)

-Puan Sawang-

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Human Body Facts

The human body is a machine that is full of wonder. This collection of human body facts will leave you wondering why in the heck we were designed the way we were.

  • 50,000 of the cells in your body will die and be replaced with new cells, all while you have been reading this sentence! pretty cool

  • Your body requires 1000-1500 calories per day just to simply survive (breathing, sleeping, eating).

  • The brain itself cannot feel pain. While the brain might be the pain center when you cut your finger or burn yourself, the brain itself does not have pain receptors and cannot feel pain.

  • The average human body contains enough: Sulphur to kill all fleas on an average dog, Carbon to make 900 pencils, Potassium to fire a toy cannon, Fat to make 7 bars of soap, Phosphorus to make 2,200 match heads, and enough Water to fill a ten gallon tank

  • Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart.

  • The average human produces a quart of saliva a day or 10,000 gallons in a lifetime.

  • Every day an adult body produces 300 billion new cells.

  • In one hour, your heart works hard enough to produce the equivalent energy to raise almost 1 ton of weight 1      yard off the ground.

  • Scientists say the higher your I.Q. the more you dream.

  • The largest cell in the human body is the female egg and the smallest it the male sperm.

  • You use 200 muscles to take one step.

  • You use an average of 43 muscles for a frown.
       You use an average of 17 muscles for a smile.

  • The average human's heart will beat 3000 million times in their lifetime.
    The average human will pump 48 million gallons of blood in their lifetime.

  • In 1 square inch of skin there lies 4 yards of nerve fibers, 1300 nerve cells, 100 sweat glands, 3 million cells, and 3 yards of blood vessels.

  • There are 45 miles of nerves in the skin of a human being.

  • Muscle cells live as long as you do while skin cells live less than 24 hours.

  • A fetus acquires fingerprints at the age of three months.

  • A full bladder is roughly the size of a soft ball.

  • You burn 26 calories in a one minute kiss.

  • Your brain operates on the same amount of power that would light a 10-watt light bulb.

  • There are 5 million hair follicles on an average adult.

  • The acid in your stomach is strong enough to dissolve razorblades.

  • The human brain cell can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Brittanica.

  • Approximately 75% of human poop is made of water.

  • Your eyes are always the same size from birth but your nose and ears never stop growing.

  • It takes the food seven seconds to get from your mouth to your stomach.

  • The average human dream lasts 2-3 seconds.

  • Your brain is more active during the night than the day.

  • One human hair can support 3kg.

  • Human thighbones are stronger than concrete.

  • The tooth is the only part of the human body that can't repair itself.

  • An average human loses about 200 head hairs per day.

  • The white part of your fingernail is called the Lunula.

  • There is enough iron in a human being to make one small nail.

  • Fingernails grow nearly 4 times faster than toenails.

  • A shank is the part of the sole between the heel and the ball of the foot.

  • The talus is the second largest bone in the foot.

  • The attachment of human muscles to skin is what causes dimples.

  • The world`s first test-tube twins were born in June 1981.

  • A 13 year old child found a tooth growing out of his foot in 1977.

  • Neurons continue to grow throughout human life.

  • Your thumb is approximately the same size as your nose.

  • A woman's heart beats faster than a man's.

  • In a year, a person`s heart beats 40,000,000 times.

  • Dogs and Humans are the only animals with prostates.

  • It only takes 7lbs of of pressure to rip off your ears.

  • There are nine muscles in your ear.

  • Your nose can remember 50,000 different scents.

  • The navel divides the body of a newborn baby into two equal parts.

  • If the average male never shaved, his beard would be 13 feet long when he died.

  • Experts say the human body has 60,000 miles of blood vessels. Verified Human Anatomy and Physiology", Third Edition, by Elaine N. Marieb.  copyright date is 1995. p. 643 Thxs, monkee191

  • If they were laid end to end, the blood vessels in your body would wrap around the equator 2 1/2  times.

  • The tongue is the only muscle attached at one end.

  • Fetuses can hiccup.

  • Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles per hour.

  • Your brain uses 40% of the oxygen that enters your bloodstream.

  • Scientists have counted over 500 different liver functions.

  • Men without hair on their chests are more likely to get cirrhosis of the liver than men with hair.

  • The longest recorded bout of hiccups lasted for 65 years.

  • The longest recorded sneezing fit lasted 978 days. 

  • Your stomach has 35 million digestive glands.

  • Your stomach has to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks otherwise it will digest itself.

  • At the moment of conception, you spent about half an hour as a single cell.

  • There is about one trillion bacteria on each of your feet.

  • Each square inch of human skin consists of twenty feet of blood vessels.

  • There are no two tongue prints that are alike.

  • Your body contains about four ounces of salt.

  • Injured fingernails grow faster than uninjured ones.

  • Women blink twice as much as men.

  • Most people blink about 25 times a minute.

  • It is impossible for the average person to sneeze with their eyes open. Closing your eyes during a sneeze is a reflex action.  

  • The average person's skin weighs twice as much as their brain.

  • When you are looking at someone you love, your pupils dilate, they do the same when you are looking at someone you hate.

  • It takes twice as long to lose new muscle if you stop working out than it did to gain it.

  • The three things pregnant women dream most of during their first trimester are 1) frogs 2) worms 3) potted plants.

  • Your body gives off enough heat in 30 minutes to bring half a gallon of water to a boil.

  • Blondes have more hair than dark-haired people.

  • The largest internal organ is the small intestine. Despite being called the smaller of the two intestines, your small intestine is actually four times as long as the average adult is tall.

  • Facial hair grows faster than any other hair on the body.

  • Bone is stronger, inch for inch, than the steel in skyscrapers.

  • About one third of the human race has 20-20 vision.

  • In a hot climate, you can sweat as much as 3 gallons of water a day.

  • Fingernails are made from the same substance as a bird's beak.

  • A runner consumes about 7 quarts of oxygen while running a 100-yard dash.

  • Among the first known "dentists" of the world were the Etruscans. In 700 BC they carved false teeth from the teeth of various mammals and produced partial bridgework good enough to eat with.

  • The enamel in your teeth is the hardest substance in your body.

  • Your teeth start growing 6 months before you are born.

  • Your big toes have two bones each while the rest have three.

  • A pair of human feet contain 250,000 sweat glands.

  • Ophthalmic surgery was one of the most advanced areas of medicine in the ancient world. Detailed descriptions of delicate cataract surgery with sophisticated needle syringes is contained in the medical writings of Celsus (A.D. 14-37)

  • Living brain cells are bright pink.

  • You're ears secrete more earwax when you are afraid than when you aren't.

  • Your body uses 300 muscles to balance itself when you are standing still.

  • If saliva cannot dissolve something, you cannot taste it.

  • Your body contains the same amount of iron as an iron nail.

  • The average woman is 5 inches shorter than the average man.

  • The ashes of a cremated person average about 9 pounds. A big part of what gives the human body weight is the water trapped in our cells.

  • Every human spent about half an hour as a single cell.

  • About 32 million bacteria call every inch of your skin home.

  • Tuesday, January 29, 2013


    “We come to love not by finding a perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly.” -~Sam Keen
    Before I married my wonderful husband, I dated a lot of men. For most of my 20s (and even my early 30s) I had a perfect fairy-ideal of what romantic love was, probably because I was an actress and loved drama back then.
    It took years for me to realize a relationship is not a romance movie.
    At some point in our lives, we may believe that love should be like the kind of romance we see portrayed in films, television, and novels.
    For some reason, I always thought my romantic relationships were less if I did not experience this kind of fairy-tale relationship. Maybe this is why I kept meeting frogs.
    At times, I bought into the belief that if I had a relationship with the perfect prince, then all would be well in my life. I thought, Now, I will be safe forever.
    In truth, I did marry a prince—but a prince who is also human, who has faults and issues just like every person, no matter how wonderful he is.
    At some point I grew up and learned to let go of the crazy metaphor of romantic love in order to find true happiness. Yes, I was disappointed to realize that the knight riding through the night to save the damsel in distress is a fallacy. It’s a bummer.
    But, let’s look at it in this light: We all saw Romeo and Juliet and Titanic. Why stories like these make our hearts sing is that the love is unrequited. Unavailability fuels the romantic expression.
    This kind of romantic story can only work when there is an absence of the lover. Sometimes, they have to die in the end in order for their love to fit into this romantic view. Or, we eat handfuls of popcorn, waiting to see if they live happily ever after, and we rarely find out if they really do.
    The romantic love fantasy is really a substitute for intimacy—real, connected, vulnerable intimacy.
    So then, how do we make relationships work and stay happy?
    We begin with the understanding of what pure love is, and then redefine and update the romantic fairytale into a healthier type of love.
    Here are 10 ways to create true intimacy, find pure love, and be truly happy in your relationship:

    1. Use relationships to teach you how to be whole within.

    Relationships aren’t about having another person complete you, but coming to the relationship whole and sharing your life interdependently. By letting go of the romantic ideal of merging and becoming “one,” you learn as Rainer Maria Rilke says, to love the distances in relationship as much as the togetherness.

    2. See your partner for who he or she really is.

    The romantic tragedy occurs when you view the person you are in love with as a symbol of what they have come to represent, the idea of them. When you realize that more often than not you don’t really know your partner, you begin to discover who they are and how they change and evolve.

    3. Be willing to learn from each other.

    The key is to see the other as a mirror and learn from the reflection how you can be a better person. When you feel upset, rather than blame your partner and point fingers, remain awake to what has yet to be healed in yourself.

    4. Get comfortable being alone.

    In order to accept that love can’t rescue you from being alone, learn to spend time being with yourself. By feeling safe and secure to be on your own within the framework of relationship, you will feel more complete, happy, and whole.

    5. Look closely at why a fight may begin.

    Some couples create separateness by fighting and then making up over and over again. This allows you to continue the romantic trance, creating drama and avoiding real intimacy. If you become aware of what you fear about intimacy, you’ll have a better sense of why you’re fighting—and likely will fight far less.

    6. Own who you are.

    We generally grasp at romantic love because we’re yearning for something that is out of reach, something in another person that we don’t think we possess in ourselves. Unfortunately, when we finally get love, we discover that we didn’t get what we were looking for.
    True love only exists by loving yourself first. You can only get from another person what you’re willing to give yourself.

    7. Embrace ordinariness.

    After the fairy-dust start of a relationship ends, we discover ordinariness, and we often do everything we can to avoid it. The trick is to see that ordinariness can become the real “juice” of intimacy. The day-to-day loveliness of sharing life with a partner can, and does, become extraordinary.

    8. Expand your heart.

    One thing that unites us is that we all long to be happy. This happiness usually includes the desire to be close to someone in a loving way. To create real intimacy, get in touch with the spaciousness of your heart and bring awareness to what is good within you.
    It’s easier to recognize the good in your partner when you’re connected to the good in yourself.

    9. Focus on giving love.

    Genuine happiness is not about feeling good about ourselves because other people love us; it’s more about how well we have loved ourselves and others. The unintentional outcome of loving others more deeply is that we are loved more deeply.

    10. Let go of expectations.

    You may look to things such as romance and constant togetherness to fill a void in yourself. This will immediately cause suffering. If you unconsciously expect to receive love in certain ways to avoid giving that love to yourself, you will put your sense of security in someone else.
    Draw upon your own inner-resources to offer love, attention, and nurturance to yourself when you need it. Then you can let love come to you instead of putting expectations on what it needs to look like.
    These are only a few ways to explore real intimacy. How do you create a loving connection in your relationship?

    Love Story #1

    It all started when I was 6 years old.I was playing outside the house near the fence when I met him at the first time.We had wonderful time playing together like the other kids eventhough at first, we were more enjoying beating each other up. It was so immature but yet, it make us become more and more closer each day. Starting from that moment, we would see each other at the fence everyday and spending our time together.

    I felt so comfortable enough that I told him everything. Even all my secrets! And like always, he rather be quite and just listen to all my stories patiently. I felt more comfortable having someone who I can really talk to. We went to the same school, but not the same friends. So everyday, we always have something to talk about. About school, friends and everything. Even about my crush! Then one day, I told him that I am very sad because a guy that I like broke my heart. He immediately calm me down, and said that everything will be fine. He helped me a lot that I finally forget about the guy and was happy spending more time with him. He was being such a good friend to me until I realize that there's more about him that I like.
    I thought about it for the whole night. I do feel something about him but I just don't know what it is. So I just let the feeling away as I told myself that we are just a good friend. We always been together, that we've been in the same school until we graduated. I kept in mind that he's only my friend but somehow my feeling towards him grow and grow each day. I know that I cannot hold it any longer. So I decided to tell him about my feeling on the night of our graduation day. On that day, our university held a dinner for the graduates. Both of us went to the dinner with our own date. The event was great, I met a lot of friend there but all I can say that, my eyes can't stop from staring at him. All I want that night, is just to be him alone. I want to make the night ends perfectly as plan. So after the dinner, I went to his house to tell him about my feeling. We were sitting outside watching the stars silently.Then we start to talk about our future plans. 

    That night, he looked into my eyes and told me a lot about his dreams. How he want to settle down, getting married, having kids and to be rich and successful person. I really admire him. The feeling I have towards him become much more stronger but at the end, I wasted the chance to tell him about my feeling.

    Eventhough I cannot hold any longer the feeling I have for him, I still don't have courage to face him and tell him directly. I just can't imagine what will happen after I tell him. Is he going to accept me? What will be his reaction? And the worst is, what will I do if he rejects me? How can I face him after that? Can we still be friend like before? All this question make me become more scared. I tell myself that someday, I will have a chance to tell him how much I want to be with him, that all I want to do is to love and to take care of him until the end of our lifes. I wanted to tell him how I feel so complete whenever I am with him.
     After a few months, he got a job offer at the city. I was happy for him for the offer but I am sad because he will leave me soon. The night he left, I hugged him tightly as if it was our last time together. I feel so sad as I cry on his shoulder but still, I couldn't tell him that I love him and to just stay with me forever.So there he goes, off to the city chasing for his dream while I decided to wait for him.

    That night, after i reached my home, I cried my eyes out. I felt like a part of me have left with him. As the day passes by, I go through the days slowly without him, let myself busy so that I won't think of him that much. I can see him in each place we've been together, and everything seems to remind me of him. It was hard to face all the days without him. This time I know that my feelings towards him is real. I know that he's the right guy. But nevertheless, I never heard any news from him. I thought that he was busy building his career and so I wait for him to come back one day. Until...

    One fine day, I received a letter. It was from him! My heart crush as I open the letter and to find out that it was actually a wedding invitation. I cannot describe my feeling at that time. To see the name of someone that I love so much on the card, marrying a girl who is not me! Eventhough it's hard, I know that now I can stop hoping for him. That we will stay as friends like before. I have to face the truth that we are never meant to be together. I should be happy for him. Atleast I know that someone will love and take care of him. But it's not me!

    And so the day finally come. Eventhough it hurts so bad, I still went to his wedding. It's the happiest day of his life but it was not for me. How I wish I am the bride. I saw him with his bride, far away from my table. But the feeling is still the same. I still falling in love with him! I was trying so hard to gather myself together again while watching the love of my life marrying someone else. So I think, that's it! I can never have him again. After the ceremony finished, I leave the place in a hurry. I only realized that I was followed by him when he stops me, and he said that how much he appreciate that I came to the wedding and how happy is him just by seeing me.
    After I reach my home, I decided to move on. I need to move on. I need to realize that there is no more hope for our relationship. He is not more than just a friend to me. We keep in touch by sending emails everyday. He did tell me how much he miss me, and our childhood memories. But he never mention about his marriage life to me.
    One day, I stopped receive emails from him. He suddenly disappeared. I even wrote to him several times, but still no replies.

    I  get worried about him but i have no idea how to find him. Until one day, I get a note right in front of my door, it says;

    "meet me at the fence where we used to talk about things". 

    I went out of the house quickly and I saw him standing by the fence. My heart was beating very fast. I feel like I'm the most happiest person in the world. I ran quickly to him and he hugged me so tight by his arm. I found out that he actually felt very sad and he was broken-hearted at that time. He told me about his divorce, how he felt so miserable about it. He even cried that night. We then continue talking, laughing, and enjoying our time together. I can see that I still have some hope for him, for our future together. I tried to cheer him up as much as I can. To be with him whenever he needed me.

    went and saw him there. I was happy to see him, but he was broken-hearted and sad inside. We hugged until we couldn't breathe anymore. Then he told me about the divorce and why he hadn't written for a long time. He cried until he couldn't cry anymore. Finally, we went back to the house and talked and laughed about what I had been going and to catch up on old times. But in all of this, I couldn't tell him how I felt about him. In the days that followed, he had fun and forgot about all his problem and his divorce. I fell in love again with him. When it came time for him to leave back to New York, I went to see him off and cried. I hated to see him leave. He promised to see me every time he could get a vacation. 

    I couldn't wait for him to come so I could be with him. We would always have fun when we were together. One day he didn't show up like he said he would. I figured that he might have been busy. The days turned into months and I just forgot about it. Then I got a call one day from a lawyer in Kuala Lumpur. The lawyer said that he had died in a car accident going to the airport. And that it took this long till everything was settled. It broke my heart. I was shocked about what took place. Now I knew why he didn't come that day. Again, I was broken-hearted. I cried that night, cried tears of sadness and heartache. Asking questions why did this happen to a kind guy like him? I gathered my things and went to Kuala Lumpur for the reading of his will.
    Of course, things were given to his family and his ex-wife. I finally got to meet her since the last time we met at the wedding. She explained to me how he was and how he always provided. But he was always unhappy. She would always try everything but she couldn't get him happy, as he was that night at their wedding. When the will was read, the one thing that was given to me was a diary. It was a dairy that of his life. 

    I cried as it was given to me... As I flew on the plane I remembered the good times that we had together. I started reading the diary and what was written. The diary was started with the day we first met. I read on till I started to cry. The diary told of him saying that he had fallen in love with me that day I was broken-hearted. But he was too afraid to tell me what he had felt. That is why he was so quiet and liked to listen to me. It told of how he wanted to tell me so many times, but was too afraid to say anything. It told of when he went to Kuala Lumpur and fell in love with another. How the happiest time he had was seeing me and dancing with me at the wedding. He said he imagined it was our wedding. How he was always unhappy till he had no choice but to divorce his wife. How the best time in his life was to read the letters written to him by me. Finally, the diary ended when it said, "today I will tell her I love her". It was the day he was killed. The day I was going to finally find out what was really in his heart.

    If you love someone, don't wait till tomorrow to tell him/her. Maybe that next day will never come at all

    35 ways to create lasting friendships

    To create and enjoy lasting friendships takes effort 
    and skill. Some people make friends easily, but for many of us making and keeping friends isn’t always easy. Here is a list of  35 ways of creating and cultivating lasting friendships

    • Know yourself. In order to make friends, we need to know who we are. You may want to check out this article and work out what is special about you. If you are not clear on what your life purpose is, these questions will help you..

    • Check whether you really want to have friends. If you’re secretly afraid of people, or don’t trust other, you will find it difficult to make friends.
    • Spend time around people. You can’t find friends in the cupboard.
    • Be kind. Look at what you can do for other to make their life easier.
    • Be steady and dependable. Be a friend one can count on.
    • .Be genuine. Don’t try and be someone you’re not. Friendship is built on honesty.
    • .Join groups and pursue activities that you enjoy. You are more likely to find friends who have common interests.
    • .When travelling, talk to everyone you meet. I’ve made wonderful friendships following it.,
    • Become a volunteer. You’ll find people who have a similar set of values which is a great basis for a friendship.
    • .Talk to people. You’ll spend a lot of time in groups without making friends if you don’t talk with people.

    • Make eye contact and smile when you communicate people..

    • Be positive. If you only talk negatively about yourself, others, or life in general, people will not enjoy your company..

    • Remember names. If you find that difficult, ask the person again until you’ve really got it.

    • Initiate a get-together. If you meet someone you like, ask them out for a coffee or arrange another meeting. An easy way to do that is to say something like: A good way to extend yourself is to say: “Well, I’ve got to go, but if you ever want to talk over lunch or coffee or anything like that, let me give you my number/e-mail address.”

    • Find common interests. Ask how he or she pursues their interest. Are they a member of a club or society? Express an interest in joining.

    • Tell your friend that you enjoy their company. Many friendships are lost because neither person finds the courage to express their interest.
    • Beware of sexual flings with friend. Many friedships don’t survive it
    • Be glad for your friends successes. Be the only person they can tell how well they’re doing.
    • Don’t compromise your values. Keep you standards of morality and behaviour and don’t change them just to fit in with friend or a group.
    • Don’t gossip. If a new friend hears you revealing personal stories of othere, he or she will be wary of your discretion.
    • Ask the other person open-ended questions about their life. Openended questions are ones that can’t be answered  by saying ‘yes’, or ‘no’.
    • Share more deeply with a friend. Let them know what your life feels like. This is key difference between a friend and an aquaintance.
    • Keep the sharing equal. Don’t hog the time with your problems.
    • Have even roles in the relationship. If you notice that you are always the listener and she the star
    • Switch roles regularly in your friendships. If there is one who always calls the shots, the friendship won’t last.
    • Listen to your friend. Listening is the number one glue of friendships.
    • Keep confidences. Nothing kills a budding friendship faster than spilled secrets.
    • Allow your friend to help you. Give and take has to be balanced in a friendship. 
    • Share the bad times. Help your friend when things go bad. Allow your friends to help you when times are difficult.
    • Keep contact. Check in regularly with your friend. A short text message, email or phone call keeps a friendship alive
    • Don’t crowd your friend. Make sure you don’t overwhelm – or even stalk – him or her.
    Photo by Jaci Berkopecr
    • Share bonding activities. Have some adventures together and play together. To foster longlasting friendships, create common memories.
    • Keep talking through difficult times. Don’t let disagreements fester
    • If there is a rift, apologize for the hurt you caused. It’s more important to keep your friendship going than to be ‘right’.
    • If a friendship is damaging your life or your family relationships, you may need to let it go.
    • This can be a difficult decision. Weigh up how important this friendship is for you against the disturbance it brings into your life.
    You’ll notice that I haven’t mentioned online friends. That’s because this is still an area that I’m exploring. I’ve made some lovely friends on the Internet in the last few months, but I don’t know how such friendships progress and deepen long-term. What experiences do you have of online friendships? Please let me know in the comments.

    I am sure there are points I’ve missed. Maybe you can think of some?