A Good Investment

>> Friday, February 19, 2010

I’ve resigned from my job middle of last year because of my family’s immediate need for my time and attention. When I received a small amount of separation money from my sixteen years of service to the company I thought of good business plans or some form of investment to add to my freelance writing job. Of course I wouldn’t want my hard earned separation money to be put to waste if I invest to good that depreciates value.

It’s easy to invest but it needs a careful planning and study of the flow of stocks and economy. Because my work is always online I came to browse US Gold Bureau which offers a tangible asset of investments which are gold, silver and platinum. These precious metals can be relied upon to increase its value over the years so I guess it’s time to buy gold bullion now because it’s the perfect investment in time for the dwindling economy we have these days. Visit their site and see their products.


:FF/FTP : Kilawing Bangus with Salted Eggs

I'd like to share my Kilawing Bangus with Salted Eggs (my version of Kinilaw na Bangus which I have featured here in Food Friday two weeks ago). I learned this from my church mate and as usual I've added up something to create my own version. If you want to do it on your own you can follow my ingredients and steps in doing. My procedure and ingredients are the same except for few revisions lol! it's actually additions.....:-)

To have this (1) you need milkfish fillet cut into cubes and soaked in vinegar to cook the meat, you don't need to put milkfish on fire just set aside. Then (2) mix small cuts of tomatoes, onions, garlic, ginger, dash of pepper, pinch of sat, small chili pepper (optional) and MSG (optional). After the milkfish turned pale from soaking in vinegar it's considered as cooked already and you can mix it with the spices' mixture done in step #2. (3) Pour vinegar to the final mixture, add the salted eggs and taste it for additional spices or salt. It's now ready for your sumptous meal!

See it's very easy to prepare and it's so good I've done it myself in my own kitchen.

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Mom’s Concerns

I’ll be dropping by my daughters’ school later in the afternoon to watch the crowning of Ms. San Juan, a fundraising campaign of the school for their big project in school. I was quite impressed with the one who thought about this contest as you only have to donate one peso coin to your chosen candidate. It’s the minimum donation or contribution and it could be higher than that. There’s no maximum amount as to how many you want to give the candidate and the PTA officers added up a talent portion to make the contest not just a money contest.

Anyway I’ll just peek at the contest later because I was invited by some of the officers there and my kids wanted to watch the coronation also. They were not allowed by us to stay in school after 6pm and I have to be there for them. I would be seeing some of my Mommy friends there and as always we’ll talk about kids, their grades, the candidate for honors on March and some other personal Mom concerns about cooking, dieting, weight loss products, beauty tips, work, business and many more. If you see us in group you’ll be amazed at how we can laugh our worries and problems away. Anyway it’s how you carry it that matters!


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