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  “Spendthrift” is my mom’s mantra for how she handles money. As soon as she started giving me monetary money when I was in 6th grade, she would tell me not to spend everything, especially on the things that I do not need. Thanks to my mom, I learned how to save in a piggy bank early on. But as I grow up, things change. I learned that to live a decent life, we need to work hard for the life that we want. But being a nurse in my country, the salary is not enough to feed our family let alone live a comfortable life. I have three children and pets at home. To sustain all our needs, I need to find ways how to earn in addition to what my husband is earning. I started to find ways how to earn passive income and a steady stream of income. Growing up, I know that once you graduate from college and earn a degree, you can earn a living. But there was a shift of mindset when I was exposed to the power of social media. Admittedly, it helped me open doors to many opportunities including learning di

Quick Meals : Sinasa and Egg drop Vegetable Misua


Ever wonder what to do with your left over fried fish? Aside from the usual stew and sarsiado, I am sharing with you a simple and easy recipe. You will just need patience in shredding the fish. This recipe is called sinasa (I forgot what is this called in english).

Ingredients:

4 fried fish (used matambaka fish here), shredded
3 tomatoes, cubed
1 onion, cubed
2 cloves garlic, minced
lemon to taste
salt to taste

Procedure:

Shred the fish and remove the bones. Mix all the ingredients and serve.



I made my kids a simple soup which is the egg drop vegetable misua soup.

Ingreadients:

3 cups of water
1 vegetable broth cube
½ cup grated carrots
½ cabbage sliced thinly
misua
egg

Procedure:

Boil water and add broth cube. Add the vegetables and misua and let it simmer for a minute. Drop the beaten egg and mix well. Serve.


Do you have quick fix recipes? Share yours.

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