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28 July 2021

πŸ“Ί WATCH : Earthquake While Inside a Condo and My American Bully Got Sick.

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Hello Tansyong Lovers! It is going to be a challenging week for all of us. We all experience being flooded due to typhoon; and we are shocked of the Earthquake - all just happened in this middle of COVID19 Pandemic. In addition to that, my furbaby Escobar got sick. 

Watch this vlog as I am going to share these all with you.

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 0:10 Earthquake on Jul 24, 2021
  • 2:11 Buying New Flip-Flops and Dog Chew
  • 8:00 Dog Watching TV
  • 9:11 My American Bully Got Sick

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21 July 2021

πŸ“Ί WATCH : Funny Reaction When Someone Peed On Your Car!

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Hello Tansyong Lovers! In this Short Vlog Episode, it is going to be funny as Marysol Espiritu got mad upon knowing that someone peed on her car. Look how she reacts while I am also teasing her at the same time. 

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18 July 2021

πŸ‘©‍🍳HONEST REVIEW | My First Hand Experience Using Dowell Induction Cooker IC-377.

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December 2019 when I bought I bunch new of home appliances that are essential in my newly-moved condo unit. One of the appliances that I purchased was the Dowell Induction Cooker IC-377 model with 1600W. I got it from SM Department Appliance Store which was amounting to around Php2000 plus. If you check the price online in Lazada or Shopee, it is still the same price up until now. 


The said item was stocked inside the box and never been used because  I was frequently using the small multifunctional cooker every time  I cook foods that brought whenever  I go to work. When the COVID19 pandemic entered the Philippines, the lockdown started in March 2020 and I have started working from home since then. Since the eateries were closed for weeks and got extended more weeks, I have to cook my food inside my condo since buying meals every meal time outside is quite difficult and unsafe.  July 2020 when I decided to use the Induction Cooker that was stocked for months. 


Honestly, I love the cooker because it cooks the food very well and quickly. There are 7 presets that you can choose depending on your meal to prepare and 8 adjustable temperatures. In addition, it is easy to clean, just wipe it with a clean cloth and soap, and you’re good to go. When you Push Button control you will see a 4 Digit display to monitor the time, temperature, and voltage. There is also a Timer Setting to program and Auto shut off function. Unfortunately, I can’t say if it is an energy-efficient product because I have no chance to monitor it as I am using numerous appliances inside my condo unit.


When it comes to aesthetics, I don’t have questions as this fits in one corner and the dark color of the item won’t show easily when a mess happens. I was even planning to have it built-in on the countertop when as I planned to have a renovation and build a small kitchen.  However, this might no longer happen because the cooker spark this month of July 2020 and it is no longer working since then.  If I started using it in July 2020 and not working in July 2020, the product only lasted for 12 months to be exact.


I was disappointed with the fact that it didn’t reach 5 years regardless of how I used it with care. The worst part of it, when I de-cluttered my unit during the lockdown, I threw away the warranty paper but I think, it is no longer usable because the purchased date was Dec. 2019; I just didn’t use it. In reality, I only used it for 12 months and if we think about it, durability is questionable undeniably. 


I brought the defective item to the nearest repair shop named Love Electronics Service Center. It is located in Facilities Centre, 54B Shaw Blvd, and Highway Hills Mandaluyong city – near SNR Shaw. After inspection, they quoted me PHP1200 for the repair. Honestly, I was reluctant if have to take the deal because I can buy a new induction cooker for that amount, hence a different brand which I can’t be sure if it is durable or not. But I just took the deal since I need to get have the cooker as this is needed badly. I need to cook on my own and not buy foods every now and then.

Maybe, I will just give another 12 months when I got the newly-repaired item and hopefully, it will last because if this will stop functioning in the latter part, then it will be time to dispose of this cooker and give it a try the HYUNDAI cooker as my friend recommends it and after four years, it is still working. Let us see! 

Meanwhile, watch the vlog below as I purchased a new Induction Cooker from Lazada while my cooker is not working. 

  πŸ“Ί WATCH THE VIDEO- Unboxing Defective Induction Cooker From Lazada Philippines.

16 July 2021

πŸ“Ί WATCH - General Cleaning inside my 13SQM Tiny Condominium Unit.

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14 July 2021

πŸŽ“Having a College Degree Doesn't Solely Guarantee You a Success.

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This picture shows me (left) when I started my current job five years ago, and (right) me currently working on the same company,


Education is the key to success. That is what we’ve always been taught by our beloved teachers when we’re at school. But it is a big lie because Education is only one of the keys and not solely your assurance that you’ll end up with a better life. There might numerous of you who will disagree with my opinion but it is true because Education is only a tool for us to avoid ignorance and for us to build our confidence in facing the real world. We can avoid ignorance because tons of knowledge is being acquired when we study and we build confidence because of the diplomas we are given during the graduation ceremony. The norms taught us that thinking. 

Unfortunately, there are bachelor degree holders are ended up in jail, underemployed, unemployed, and worst, not able to increase the quality of life as expected. On contrary, I’ve known some successful individuals who were able to reach their dreams even if they’re not able to send themselves to school. Some became business tycoons, highest-paid artists, and well-compensated employees just because they’re exposed to reality outside the world. Responding to the fast pacing and dynamic outside world can’t be learned by just reading books and staying in a four-corner classroom listening to the teachers who you’ve thought know everything in life. But the reality is your knowledge that you will be getting inside the school – you can only use a portion of it when you go outside the school. 

Based on my personal experience, outside school is the real battle. It is always a jungle out there wherein survival of the fittest should always be practice. Companies won’t go to your graduate school to pick you up and automatically hire you right away; you have to go on job hunting, get rejected, and do it all over again until hired. In addition, not all your acquired knowledge and degree can be used in many cases. We have innumerable medical graduates like registered nurses who got paid higher in the call center industry in comparison when they practice their profession – and it is simply because of “UNDEREMPLOYMENT”. 

WATCH THE VLOG as I shared my personal experience – Seven Companies Didn’t Hire Me.

Underemployment is a measure of employment and labor utilization in the economy that looks at how well the labor force is being used in terms of skills, experience, and availability to work. It refers to a situation in which individuals are forced to work in low-paying or low-skill jobs and education background has nothing to do with the work performed in an organization.  

Undeniably, the key to success is not solely education. It is all about how we adapt to change so quickly in line with the needs of certain skills, talent, and workforce. In fact, you can even gain a certificate online as a data analyst in six months and will get the highest-paid job after (Watch Video Here). It is you - who can wisely play against the tricky game of life. 

11 July 2021

πŸ”΄ Live UNBOXING - All Items Are Worth ₱9 from Shopee Philippines.

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Unboxing newly-purchased things- is undeniably therapeutic.  You all already knew that, if you've watched all my vlogs about "Unboxing". I find it fascinating every time  I pull out the items from the box - is it worth the price or not? 

In this episode, I am doing a Livestream while unboxing that my cousin brought from Shopee Philippines while on sale. 


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Below is the list of the items that I unboxed.

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08 July 2021

πŸ”΄ Live - Breakfast with Me!

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In this Youtube Livestream, join me as I am taking my breakfast while doing some updates about my life; my favorite scrambled egg, buttered and sliced bread with cheese spread. I will also answer questions from the viewers. Hope you'll enjoy it.


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06 July 2021

πŸŽ₯ My Collection of Herbs, Spices, Seasoning And Condiments.

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Helo Tansyong Lovers! In this Micro Living Vlog of mine. I will be sharing with you - what's inside my pantry. It is my simple collection of Spices, Herbs, Seasoning, and Condiments. It is not yet complete, but for now, these are what I have. I hope you'll enjoy it.


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05 July 2021

🌿Unboxing Authentic Spices and Herbs From Morocco.

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Herbs and Spices - Pasalubong, all the way from Morocco.

Morocco, a North African country bordering the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, is distinguished by its Berber, Arabian, and European cultural influences. Marrakesh’s medina, a mazelike medieval quarter, offers entertainment in its Djemaa el-Fna square and souks (marketplaces) selling ceramics, jewelry, and metal lanterns.

The said Country is also famous for its Moroccan Spices and Herbs. Common spices include cinnamon, cumin, turmeric, ginger, paprika, coriander, saffron, mace, cloves, fennel, anise, nutmeg, cayenne pepper, fenugreek, caraway, black pepper, and sesame seeds. Spices are used extensively in Moroccan food and Cooks use it on poultry, fish, vegetables, and couscous. The Moroccan spices mentioned are, as a general rule of thumb, perfectly safe to use for normal culinary purposes and in occasional home remedies–ginger tea, as an example–but if you're interested in using spices or herbs for medicinal purposes, do consult a doctor and take time to do your own research. For me, I just used those to level up my cooking. 

In this Unboxing Video, I will be sharing with you some of the spices and herbs that my cousin bought from Morocco when she during her travel. 

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πŸŽ™Let Me Sing - BAKIT NGA BA MAHAL KITA BY GIGI DE LANA.

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With that being said, let us try to sing this song that made her viral online. 

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