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Life at Age 55 in the United States

Did you know in the United States when you reach 55 years old, you're consider a senior citizen? Carmina realized being one year to become fifty-five years old she can take advantage of the benefits when you're visiting the United States. Certain stores provide a discount when you shop at their store example in Seafood City Supermarket it is 12% from your purchases on every Tuesday. Ross Dress for Less Store every Tuesday is 10% off your purchase. Basically, you can gain a pension from support from the government to apply for low income when you want to start a life living back in the United States if you wanted too without having an income. Just visiting the United States if your 55 years old has a lot of benefits that some people are not aware of for example the friends I've spoken too. Did you know you can purchase a house that is for the 55 years and up for Retirement and 55+ Communities?  Carmina's friends have been informing when you're 55 years old you can co

Exotic Street Food and Merienda in the Philippines

In the Philippines people eat merienda (snack) and buy food from the street. There are vendors on the street all sorts of food to choose from. Everything is all cash basis. The common street food in the Philippines are the following: Prito (Fried) Merienda (Snack): Turon (banana lumpia with jack fruit) Banana Cue (banana cooked in brown sugar) Kamote Cue (sweet potato cooked in brown sugar) Maruya (banana fritters) Fish Ball   Squid Ball Kikiam (mixed pork and shrimp wrapped in bean cured) Probem (chicken proventriculus)  Kwek Kwek (duck egg)  Chicken Empanda Beef Empanda   Inhaw (Grilled) Merienda (Snack): Pork Barbecue on a stick Isaw (chicken intestine) on a stick Betamax (dried pork or chicken blood) on a stick Adidas (chicken feet) on a stick Helmet (chicken head) on a stick Pig skin on a stick Other Merienda are bought in a Filipino restaurant or cooked at home: Sabaw (Soup) : Sopas (chicken noodle soup) Mami (noodle soup) eaten

Reloadable Prepaid Credit Card in the Philippines

Sample of the PayMaya Card Everyone wants to have access on having their own credit card in their wallet. Did you know we have PayMaya which any student has a parent's consent to have a PayMaya they can be eligible to have one link to their phone number. It is easy to apply for one you just need to download the app in your phone. Sign up an account to proceed with the registration form. Show proof of your identity that has the exact information on your name given.  Take a picture of your ID.  Paymaya will than look over and check your application to process your account. It takes 24 hours notice to review your account to approve it. If, you are minor they will request an ID from the guardian. The only disadvantage of a minor you will not be able to purchase a card for PayMaya, but you can still use it. Here is the link for the details of PayMaya: https://www.paymaya.com/ You can also have a card just like a credit card and place in your wallet. You just n

End of the Year

As the year approaches people start to list down the things they would like to accomplish on the coming year. Sometimes we write it down on a notebook, but never come to the point to check mark stuff we have done off from our list. Sometime we pretend we will do it and keep putting it off. I am proud of myself this year I have accomplished more on what I didn't expect. I gave myself a goal to strive and make my life better. I have close friends who told me I need to find myself and do something I will enjoy doing for my future. Just like everyone else we have our own baggage's. We also have pain in our hearts. When those feelings are no longer there we want to move on forward and not backwards. We want to change for ourselves and not for someone else. We don't want to look back at the pain. We want to be happy and strive something more for ourselves. We always think of our children and let them have a better life. We explain to them each day to do what

Cover of A Book, Face and Social Media

Every book has a cover just like people we have a face. We open that book as we turn the pages. We look face to face to someone we only can see how they look. We cannot read the mind of a person. Some people have a social media account. We glance and look at their profile picture it will be their face, object that means to them so much or just a scenery. What ever it is. It represent the person they are. Did you know sometimes there are people who hide who they are? In their social media it can be an imaginary life. A life what they want to misjudge their audience. Just like when you glance at a person we don't really  know what that person feels until they express their emotional feelings. Not like in a book everything is written down as you read the thoughts from the author. Last night I was searching a new beach place to explore for the end of this year. I came up with a picture of a couple my friend knew. I asked, her why she hasn't removed her past i