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2019 Project 365, Day 155: Cheese Almond Rice Crackers

Photo #155: June 4

Cheese + almond + rice crackers = a satisfyingly crunchy & yummy snack! 😊

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2019 Project 365, Day 150: Calbee Jagariko

Photo #150: May 30

Snacks for today: Calbee’s ume & tarako butter Jagariko. Many of my students also like these. 😋 I want to go back to Japan to try other flavors. 😍

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2019 Project 365, Day 121: Happy Reiwa!

Photo #121: May 1

Received this message a few minutes after posting my orange tree jump shot earlier. What a coincidence! So apparently, the new Japanese era, “Reiwa,” means “beautiful harmony.” It comes from a poem written by Otomo no Tabito who lived in Dazaifu! I am not Japanese, but my students and travels to Japan teach me a lot, and part of me feels a bit older yet wiser because of this new era. In addition, I feel even more motivated to visit Japan as many times as possible so I can create more videos to help me connect easily with my students! 

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2019 Project 365, Day 119: Gatsby Body Paper Freeze Peach

Photo #119: April 29

Received this from one of my besties as a prize for being a RareJob ambassador last year, but I only got to use it a few days ago. Perfect for summer!!! It has a nice, not overly fruity scent. I like rubbing it on my back, sarap! It’s like an intense fusion of an air conditioner and liniment, hahaha! Will definitely look for this on my next trip to Japan! #beattheheat #summer

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2019 Project 365, Day 99: Nissin Seafood Cup Noodles

Photo #99: April 9

If only cup noodles were less bulky, I’d buy more of Nissin’s seafood-flavored one! It’s great that they come in a mini version, but it’s not enough for voracious people like me lol.

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2019 Project 365, Day 98: Sugi Yuzu-Honey

Photo #98: April 8

Hot, hotter, hottest: the 3 seasons in the Philippines, lol. I’ve been drinking a lot more water than usual these days. I believe it was 36 degrees the other day, but it felt much hotter. Anyway, I make sure to have a lot of ice in the fridge so I can prepare refreshing drinks (or have a cooler bath lol), like this yuzu-honey concentrate. I bought this in Japan, and I think I should have gotten the biggest size. So good! Beat the heat!!!

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