Cashback thru Snapcart

Are you always in a supermarket with your unending list of grocery items? Do you frequently shop for your household needs? Do you go to convenience stores? I know most of us do.

Foods. Medicines. Kitchen needs. Toilet and Bathroom needs. We have to get the basics. And when we did, we might be issued with receipt, right? Well, did you know that you can get cashback by just capturing photos of your grocery receipts? It’s not much but doing it regularly can give you a little extra amount. If you want to try, download the Snapcart app. Just to clarify, I am not connected to Snapcart or anything, I just want to share something that you might find interesting, too.


  1. Go to PlayStore or AppStore to download the Snapcart application.
  2. Create an account.
  3. Log-in.
  4. Get your receipt. Press Snap button, to take photos of it, part by part. Just make sure that it is readable, and complete, no missing part. There are guides for taking photos. If it’s blur, re-take that part.
  5. Click Finish to upload. The app will prompt you who did the purchase, choose the member of the family who made the purchase and voila, it is finished.
  6. Wait for the confirmation if the receipt will be accepted. Most of the time, they will reply within a day or two.
  7. Accumulate your receipt. The more the better. Though, limit it up to three uploads per day. Keep your other receipts for the next day, if ever. However, make sure to snap it within 3 days of your purchase ‘cause it will no longer valid after that date.
  8. It’s better to snap weekly to increase your rank. Higher ranking means higher multiplier for cashback.
  9. Read their guidelines for further details.

As I’ve said, this is not much but if you always have receipts, why not try the app and snap regularly. You won’t notice, you’ve already accumulated enough to buy your favorite drink or use it to buy more items. Cash out can be made thru bank.

Try it! It’s not that hard.

Enjoy snapping!


Big Bad Wolf in Manila

For the first time in Big Bad Wolf days, it had howled in Manila. Prior visiting Manila, Big Bad Wolf had been frequently traveling to countries like Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and to where it had originated, in Malaysia. It was more of an advocacy to make people get interested in books, to let and keep them experience the joy of reading and most especially to let readers enjoy it in a more affordable price. The event started on Feb 16, 2018 and had lasted until Feb 25, 2018.

We weren’t able to visit on the first day it had opened. It was the 7th night. I was sure I had already missed some good titles. Nevertheless, I still wanted to go. I wanted to check how great collections they had brought.

These were all the readers who have swarmed the place. I admitted, it was quite difficult to browse the books. Maybe because I didn’t have any specific book to buy. I was just hoping I’d get anything that could be interesting.

As much as the organisers wanted to put everything in order, it cannot be prevented. They wished readers could return back the book to its place should they no longer want it. However , probably, the place was too big, the reader might already forgot where’d he got it in the first place. He had no choice but to leave it as is. Good thing, they had provided a sorting area, all unwanted books were left there. You can also browse from there.

There were a lot of collections for kids. Like, really a lot. Story books, activity books, board books, picture books and pop-ups. Name it and they had it. It was very overwhelming. I wish I could get more. But, I knew I can only get a few. I had to control myself. I cannot go over budget. Hihi.

We had no problem in paying. There were a lot of counters available for payment. We didn’t need to go through long queue.

After hours of browsing, these are the copies that I’ve got. I am happy so as my kids. We love them.

The experience was great. This is one of the best things I like to do, just walk around a bookstore and check anything and everything inside, as long as my husband can wait. Hehe. My time is up once he gets tired already. So husband, please be patient.

Enjoy reading!

Movie Date Vol. 35: Black Panther

Feb 16, 2018

As I have been always saying, I am just new to this Marvel world. I’m not used to stories of these greatest super heroes. And now, neither of the Black Panther’s. Anyways, I didn’t really care. It’s time to go out and de-stress. It was a busy week. The kids had already scheduled it, so we went.

I was deep in my thoughts. It was late for me to realise that the movie was already starting. What was I thinking? Huh? So, I wasn’t able to get the start of the story. I focused. I was trying to understand. I was serious. Then, they started breaking jokes. Oh, that’s the same way how they had attacked their other heroes’ story. Action-packed, that’s a given, and, inserting humour, which I liked.

For me, I have enjoyed the movie. It has a heart. I got a few notes, actually. Leadership is not just being strong. It is also not just for the strong. Leadership was not just being able to lead. It has to have compassion. It has to care. Alright? 🙂

Movie Date Vol. 34: Fifty Shades Freed

Feb 09, 2018

To complete the series, we went out to see the third and final chapter of the movie based on the novel written by E.L. James. I remembered, when I was reading the book I loved its last installment but it didn’t feel the same way in this movie. For me, it was good but it’s missing a piece.

Movie Date Vol. 33: Jumanji Welcome To The Jungle

Jan 21, 2018

I was scared.

I’m not sure why this is my memory of the previous Jumanji movie. I traced back when it was first released. It was on 1995. Back then, I was already in my teen years. But, still, I was scared. I know. It is silly!

Then, there was this 2017 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle movie. I went out to see this with the kids. I had no idea how this new movie will run but I was thinking, it could probably be the same way as before. So, it started. How come, I wasn’t scared. How come the kids were laughing about it. How come I was enjoying it. It was no longer a memory of anxiety but it is now replaced with cheerfulness. The previous one could have bolder and greater adventures but what they showcased now was already enough for me.

Haha. I am one scaredy human! Special thanks to our sister in church community for sharing us the tickets.