USB Under The Sea (Transcend JetFlash T3S Review)

My line of work involves the internet and computers. Similarly, file transfer is always present. We are starting to use a cloud based technology in our company to have majority of our files accessible at any place any time of the day for our own convenience specially if there are work loads that has to be done outside the office place - like a meeting in a dive resort or something.

Truth be told,  technology fail sometimes (specially when you need it the most!). Internet availability on product presentations, power interruption in the middle of the meeting, wifi connection fails, a sudden need to print something, blahblahblah and the list goes on. You have nothing else to do but to switch to another plan - not unless you only have A,B, and C and forgot to fill-out the rest of the letters of the alphabet.

So where exactly am I going at? File transfers, internet, or computers? Haha!  ;)

Teeny Tiny Metallic USB
My newest USB Flashdrive

Digital Painting is MMM~

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My Nth Take on Digital Painting
Wacom Pentablet is driving me nuts. I seriously want to take it home. There are a lot of things that I can do with it with all of the things I have on my hand.

This is just one of the projects I'm currently working on. So I guess yes, you need to watch out for it. ;)

Joy C.

Game Changer For A Whiter and Younger You - Luminous Glutathione Patch

I am serious when I say I'm trypanophobic. Injection has been one of my biggest fears up until now (I still scream and freak out on blood test and simple vaccine procedures). So when I heard straight from my boss that there is another way of taking gluta whitening that doesn't involve injection or pills, I suddenly got giddy and excited! A product not just for whitening but also works as an anti-aging supplement, who wouldn't?

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Luminous Whitening Patch

Photo Dump - Pagbilao, Quezon

I went to Pagbilao, Quezon for a vacation - also to invade my elder sister's silent sanctuary while she's out there at the plant analyzing smoke coming out of the giant kettle (we call it "takure"). More photos? ;p