blogging at Seattle’s Best in Ayala

I’m here at Seattle’s Best at the Ground Level of Terraces, Ayala –> naghinilas. hehe.

Just got off from the gym and getting a haircut so I decided to grab a bite to eat in a place that has some wifi connection so I could also utilize the laptop that I brought. Oh well, hopefully I’ll be able to add some bucks to some of my ads. *grin*

So I’m maximizing my time to get the most out of the situation. But I don’t know why I’m feeling all rich as if I have loads of moolah when in reality, I can’t shouldn’t spend so much on unnecessary things. I’ve been stretching my salary so I can make sure that I have more savings than expenses. Eating at our pantry most of the time (and sometimes not eating at all) as well as buying on the grocery for my snacks instead of getting those sandwiches that are being sold with a higher cost. I’m saving up which is pretty important considering that it’s been 3 years already since I’ve worked in the same company and I know I need to have some backup.

Anyway, about blogging and this site, I like the fact that I’m able to stretch this template now. I like to have a longer area for my posts to be wider. It’s more on me being able to have more spaces for pictures to be pasted on.

I’ve lost weight as well which is pretty good since I got I’m trying to be healthier. Right now, even my favorite food, ice cream, I can just forego. Before I go in circles, I better shut up and publish this post already.

Seattle’s Best
Ground Level Terraces
Ayala Center Cebu

Linguine pasta tossed with a tomato-based sauce and sautéed bacon slices, topped with parmesan cheese. Served with two slices of wheat bread.

I like my pasta sour. –> tomato-sour, that is.

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