Thursday, November 23, 2017


I started my blog four years ago, you can read it here on how i started. But i was approved by adsense two years ago. I really dont know how adsense work that time and i am also having a full time job. I just put a lot of ads on my blog not knowing the outcome. Fast forward I resigned from my job and went to the UK as a tourist Visa. I am jobless for a year now no income coming. Just recently August 2017 that i go and search about adsense on blogs, how it works and anything. I dont have money to buy and subscribed paid subscription to drive traffic to my blog. I only do share it to my social medias TwitterInstagramFacebookPinterest and Google Plus. It takes a lot of hardworks lol. Sharing it over and over again, browsing net almost all day how to drive traffic to my blog. After a month it was September i saw that my earnings went up, it went up to like 50USD in a month. (well by the way since i was approved by adsense till August 2017 i only have like 25USD of earnings for two years) woahhhh two years. 

By the end of October my earnings was like 140USD and yay i reached my threshold hahaha. I dont know how to withdraw it, i choose the option wire transfer, put my bank account details and etc. I am hopeless at the beginning of November because i heard nothing from adsense, if they are going to transfer it right away or not. It's my first time and i know nothing, of course i do some searching and info's about it. I just wait and wait and wait. While walking at the park last November 11 i receive an email from adsense. I was like OMG my first earning my very first earning. I checked my bank right away and of course it's not there yet. I am just very excited. 

I checked it again today and OMG hahaha it is really true, i received it. It was already converted into Philippine Peso. The fruit of my hardwork. It motivates me more and more and more.

By the way i was already offered to write a post with their links on it, and i was paid 50USD for that post. So far so good, i level up hahaha

I know for others It's just nothing to them as they earned big time but for me it was a huge success on my blogging carrier because i know nothing about blogging and everything in this online world. Thank you for the internet that have an answer to every questions i have on my mind. 


To those big time blogger out there, i need your help, i need your tips. Please :) :) :) thank you!
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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Well this place was the second place we went to during our Roadtrip to Southwest England. We walk like thirty minutes from the parking to get there. We were just so lucky that it has a very good sunny weather that day. It was still cold and so windy but atleast it was sunny, the long walk was enjoyable. hehe

The old Harry Rocks. OMG this place is really cool. It's so beautiful, the white cliffs is just stunning. I been to White Cliffs of Dover before but this Old Harry Rocks for me is amazing, both scary as usual but just OMG OMG very beautiful, how the cliffs form like that. It's not just plain cliff, it has its own beauty and structure.

Old Harry Rocks are three chalk formations, including a stack and a stump, located at Handfast Point, on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, southern England. They mark the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The chalk of Old Harry Rocks used to be part of a long stretch of chalk between Purbeck and the Isle of Wight, but remained as a headland after large parts of this seam were eroded away. As the headland suffered hydraulic action (a process in which air and water are forced into small cracks by the force of the sea, resulting in enlarging cracks), first caves, then arches formed. The tops of the arches collapsed after being weakened by rainfall and wind, leaving disconnected stacks. One of these stacks is known as Old Harry. Old Harry's Wife was another stack which was eroded through corrosion and abrasion, until the bottom was so weak the top fell away, leaving a stump. Hydraulic action is the main cause of erosion (sheer force of the wave) that damaged the rock and caused it to fall away. (Wikipedia)

Below are the photos i took.

Old Harry Rocks

Thursday, November 16, 2017

It's been a long time since we planned to go roadtrip to Cornwall to see St. Michael, but sad to say about week before our planned date St. Michael was closed and will be opened next year 2018. We decided to still go for a roadtrip but to see Old Harry Rocks, Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, along the way we saw this ruin at the top of the hill, we cant resist we had to check it out. It was the ruins of Corfe Castle. It was a beautiful ruins, the entrance was a lil bit expensive but for us its all worth it, as we are Castle Sucker hahaha we spent like 2 hours in there before we head to Old Harry Rocks.

Below are the photos i took in the Corfe Castle.
Corfe Castle

Ruins of Corfe Castle
Its a well preserved ruins. It's relaxing in there, not so crowded place and its just picturesque.


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