Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Make Money Online with LinkVehicle

July 26, 2016 0 Comments

I am a work at home mom and working part time doing online jobs. Aside from that I also have a blog and started earning money online with it. If you have a blog or website and you're looking for other means to earn money online or if you are searching for other get paid to blog website, I suggest you try LinkVehicle

It is easy to join, once you complete the registration, you can submit your website/s from your dashboard. There'sno limit to the number of websites that you can submit, but the websites you've submitted must meet the requirements before being accepted. You can choose the price you wanted for a specific blog or website you added and LinkVehicle will start to connect you to top-notch advertisers that needs your services.

If you're already blogging about your passions, so why not get paid to blog? Write articles about different topics in your niche, or place articles already written on your behalf.

I've just started with LinkVehicle and earned my first payment for posting a blog post (see screenshot below).

What I liked about LinkVehicle is that their minimum amount of payment is just $10, too low compared to other sites that I've tried before where you have to accumulate $100 or $50 before you can received your payment.

So, if you want to earn money online too? Join Link Vehicle now and start making money online through Sponsored Opps and Affiliate Links in your blogs.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Blogger's Basic Baking Workshop at Philippine Baking Institute

July 21, 2016 0 Comments
I haven't been into any baking workshops before, I just tried and experimented on my own. A few of the recipes that I've tried were from my sister who had been into baking too and had attended formal lessons and workshops on how to bake. I was inspired by her works and that's where my interest in baking started.

It was all new to me and I had to search some of the terminologies used in baking. :)

I really liked baking and wanted to learn more about it, so when the opportunity was given, I immediately grabbed it. Last May 28, 2016, I was one of the bloggers who attended the 1 Day Basic Baking Workshop at Philippine Baking Institute, Inc.

The workshop started with a lecture about baking and bread making which was presented by one of the instructors of Philippine Baking Institute, Mr. Francis Louie C. Mangubat.

He tackled about the basic baking principles, methods in bread baking, uses and limitations of formulas and recipes and bakeshop math.
After the lecture, we were assigned into 3 groups and we had an experiment in making the loaf bread. One group will have no yeast in their ingredients, the others will have no margarine and no water while the last group will have the complete ingredients. 
We tried the manual process of kneading the bread dough and it was really hard! Making bread isn't that easy as what I thought it was, but it was a fun learning experience.

So, this is how our dough looked like before baking...

And this is how our loaf bread looked like after baking... See the difference? :D

After making the loaf breads, we made...


Sweet and tasty Spanish bread

and the fluffy, creamy and cheesy Ensaymada...

After making the breads, Mr. Steven Mathew Lim taught us how to bake brownies, butterscotch and pineapple tart.

I really enjoyed the workshop and learned a lot from the instructors. Making bread and pastry is fun especially when you're with the members of the Davao Bloggers Society. Thank you Philippine Baking Institute for this opportunity! :)

If you want to learn the art and science of baking, you can check out Philippine Baking Institute's Courses and Programs:

Philippine Baking Institute is a premier institute and TESDA accredited training center, offering you a unique opportunity to learn the art & science of baking.  With its holistic approach, students are not just taught on the technical aspects of baking but to include the necessary skills required in the baking industries such as management, entrepreneurial, leadership, practical, and social skills. They are located at Ecoland Drive, Matina, Davao City.

You can contact them at these numbers: (082) 286-8552, 09176847538 and 0922914529. For more information and schedules on upcoming workshops and courses, you may visit their website at http://pbi.edu.ph or their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/pbidavao. :)