How to Make Peanut Butter

Less than a week ago @GraCess_Dad bring home a special peanut butter and since then I cannot stop myself from making sandwiches! And oh, he also caught me eating it without any bread at all. Haha.

But, sadly, it has been four days since the peanut butter is with me. I guess another four to five spoon will totally erase its existence. Goodbye to my beloved peanut butter and thank you for spending the time with me and my tummy. I love you so much!

So, I realized that I love the taste of peanut butter these days. It relived my childhood days when I licked my fingers for peanut butter remains. That is why, I am going to make my own peanut butter. Yehey!

Come along and join me in this endeavor. It is a tough one. Haha.

First off, we are going to prepare the ingredients we need for 1 1/2 cups of peanut butter.


  • 2 cups peanuts
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons peanut oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar
  • pinch of salt

Let’s take out our baking pan and pour 2 cups of peanuts. Place it in the oven and set to 350 degrees. Leave it for 8 minutes but be sure to shake the peanuts every 2 minutes to avoid burning them.

After, let’s take it out from the oven and allow the roasted peanuts to cool.

Prepare our blender that has a metal blade attached and then pour the roasted peanuts.

Before we start the blender, we have to pour 1 1/2 tablespoons of peanut oil. Actually, we can also use vegetable oil if there is no peanut oil available. Cover the blender and let it chop the peanuts up to 3 minutes.

At times we have to scrape down the peanuts to make sure that everything is perfectly chop. You can continue to blend the peanuts until your desired smoothness is achieve.

Taste the newly made peanut butter and add salt or sugar if needed. If you want to use honey for a sweeter taste, it is perfectly fine too.

Transfer the peanut butter to a sealed container and store it in our refrigerator. It allows the peanut butter to set into a perfect peanut butter paste after a day or two.

Enjoy your homemade peanut butter as much as I will!


What’s On My Phone?

I am in the middle of working for my article in King’s Wharf, Bermuda when something came up on my mind.

Yes. As usual. Dah. What is new? Right.

Anyway, I wanted to let you see the inside of my cellphone. And no, I’m not letting you see the messages. Just the wallpaper and the theme. Yeah, that is all. Oh, no. Stop complaining. Blah. Blah. Blah.

You can either stop reading and pretend that you haven’t read anything today from my little part of the internet world or continue with my nonsense. But, please. I BEG you. Continue reading with my nonsense post. Haha.

So, since you decide to go on. Here are the pictures.

@GraCess_Dad and Me as Wallpaper

There you go. Have you observed? My theme is selections of food. Now you know why I love looking at my cellphone. It makes me hungry.

But, I love it! Who wouldn’t?

What It’s Like To Work At Home

Just this April, I turned my back to my position as an Officer In-charge in one of the most prestigious real estate company in the Philippines.

For what? Well, I found working at home much convenient for me.

I have health problem. But, no, it’s not serious. I have migraine and my body is not capable enough to work multitasking. When I said multitasking, it means more than five tasks at the same time.

As you know, being an Officer In-charge of a big company is tough. You get to face clients, handle workers, do and check bank accounts, daily progress of the office and the properties, and many more.

And guess what, I’m only 21.

Yes, for a big company like that, they employed a 21-year old woman like me to handle everything.

Sometimes, I hate my job. But, usually, I love it.

Who would not love a job with a good paying salary, great office, second-boss, and everyone looks up to you?

Everyone, but, me.

The only reason why I love my job is that, it compensates me. It satisfies my craving for fries, spaghetti, chocolate sundae, beef stakes, popcorn, cinemas, travel, and most of all, my crazy love for internet. It pays my internet bill, in short.

Luckily, I found a new  job.

It is online freelancing. Actually, I have been working as such since 2010. But, I did not make it as my full-time job. Only, these days.

Someone is brave enough to take me as his full-time assistant and partner in an online business. I started working for him since May of this year until now. And my work includes writing. Yes, I have written a lot for his sites. So, basically, my main work is article writing.

But, I also have part-time jobs as virtual assistant. I like being a virtual assistant. I get to search, book flights and houses, call schools and known people, work with big companies outside the Philippines, and most of all, I love my job. Not only because it compensate me big time. But, because, I know I am doing the right thing.

I, guess, working at home with these same set of employers is my passion. They are good employers. I love and adore them. They are very understanding with my health situation, most specially my full-time employer.

Doing different tasks allow learning to myself. Most of these learning are very useful for me.

And I love working at home. Why? I can work while doing house choirs. I can watch TV, comfortably settle myself in my room, chat with friends while working. I can do most things while working! That is how convenient it is.

When I get tired, I can immediately take a rest and resume working when I am able to do so. I do not have to travel from the office to my house and then back again after resting.

That is really cool, convenient, and easy.

Now you know what it is like to work at home.

The Loveliness of September Comes

Hey friends!

It’s September and it signals the coming of Halloween and Christmas!


But, let us not forget the beauty of September.

There are people who are dear to me which were born on September.

They are:

Mother Mary


Yes, I thank God for these two wonderful persons in my life.

They are my treasure and I cherish them.

Speaking of my first day of September,

well, it came good but not really good.


Never mind.

So, how is your first day of September?