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Carmina's Review on Tuna San Salad from Salad Stop!

Carmina went back to eating salad where she has ordered from  Salad Stop before in the past. The serving is quite big for me. I can eat it three times. The ingredients are romaine, hard-boiled egg, seared tuna, avocado, edamame, cherry tomatoes, mandarin orange, sesame seeds, wasabi and honey soy dressing for PHP 365.00 ($6.40) not including delivery fee to the rider through Grab Food.\ Carmina's first serving was with the tuna, so it won't spoil right away with the ingredients. Second serving I added what I had in my home with canned corn and marinated artichoke hearts. Until I was able to finish my salad lasted the second day by placing inside the refrigerator. To see what else I've tried are the following: Hail Caesar Salad & Big Bird Salad Signature Salad Go Geisha NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Tuna San Salad from Salad Stop Philippines. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to navigate you to healthy living.

Pranela Pajama

Living in our home everyday make us just wear pajama that puts comfort in what we wear there is no need to dress up each day. Those who are much bigger than a free size often sold in the Philippines is difficult to find when you're on a budget. The fact finding the right material how it is made with the right texture making sure the fabric doesn't shrink after you've washed it several times. I only prefer to wear pranela cloth. I like it being soft on your skin and not being thin that you're pajama is not see through makes it prefect to wear when you're in an air-conditioned room. I don't like my pajama tight sticking to my skin. I prefer them loose to still move around inside. I was able to find  Majinjooo  Online Shop Shopee Philippines for Pranela Pajama 2XL Plus Size PHP 150.00 ($3.00). There are pockets on the side or back pockets to determine which is the front and back of the pajama pants. Tip: Remember the sizes that are locally made in the Philippines a

Helping Manang V with the Clothes Pins

Two days ago Manang V had asked if I had any clothes pins to hold on a garment that needed to be hung after being laundry. Manang V felt if she hung it the clothing would fall off hung outside in our backyard. I told Manang V I've already used up all the clothes pins. I decided to purchase some clothing clips in order for Manang V to feel she can use it when she does her laundry again. I was able to find a seller selling for one kilo worth of clothes pins sound great having a lot in handy for Manang V and I. Today the clothes pins had arrived. Manang V gave me her where she has a hanging hanger to hold on her items. I saw it was missing a lot of clothes pins no wonder Manang V was so worried hanging her garments outside. Manang V didn't know how too attach the clothes pins to the hanger she gave me. I had used a thick thread and knot it while I was adding the clothes pins to each area where it was missing. Manang V no longer has to worry hanging garments outside for those who w