Christmas Shopping Made Easy with the RCBC MyDebit Card.


If there's one thing I don't do, it's bringing cash.  My sister and I were introduced very early to credit cards and checks so I wasn't really used to handling paper money.  

I know debit cards have existed for quite some time but I'm not 100% comfortable with the idea of using a card linked to my Savings Account to buy things. I've heard of a good number of horror stories and I didn't want to end up with my account all drained up.  But come this Christmas season, it's hard not to bring cash because stores give discounts and promos when you pay in cash.  And then I saw this video about the RCBC MyDebit Card and applied for one.  

The RCBC MyDebit Card is also a debit card linked to a Savings Account but it has an EMV chip that contains all the information needed to use the card for payment and has various security features which acts as a protection from fraudulent transactions. So now, I don't have to line up to withdraw cash in the ATM anymore.  I can just give my RCBC MyDebit Card directly to the store since it's a Mastercard which can be used in over 38 million MasterCard affiliated establishments and online merchants.

At the end of the post, I'm going to share with you a video covering my last minute Christmas gift shopping for family and friends.


Giveaway: Serenitea's 2018 Diary and 1-Liter Jumbo Cup Promo.


Are you like me who still uses notebooks and planners for their day-to-day activities? If yes, check out Serenitea's 2018 Diary.  



Jo Koy Live in Manila & Cebu!


Some say sweetness is their weakness and I thought that was true for me too. But apparently, mine is laughter. Through the years, I realized that all I need in this world to be happy is to eat good food, travel every so often to distant places, and laugh to my heart's content.

Jo Koy is the shizz. I watch his show on Netflix over and over and still laugh even if I already know what the punch lines are. T even plays Jo Koy's podcasts in the car to ease the stress of the daily commute, especially when traffic is bad.  So when I learned that Jo Koy was coming to the Philippines to do a few shows, I got really excited. Things got so crazy with wedding planning though that I wasn't able to buy tickets immediately. By the time I was able to check online, everything was sold out. I was so disappointed!

But how it always is for me, a person who rarely has a "want", the universe conspired once again to grant my wish.  T and I ended up watching Jo Koy at the Waterfront Hotel in Cebu.