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Sep 24, 2016

Homeade Tuna Sandwich Vs. Subway Tuna Sandwich Costs

By Chongchen Saelee

Homeade Tuna Salad Sandwich

Ingredients purchased from Walmart

Subway Tuna Sandwich footlong as of 9/24/2016 is $6.95

Cheese Bread 4 rolls $3.00
Each roll is approx 6 inches x 2 equiv of footlong = $1.50

Helmann’s mayonnaise 15 oz jar $2.98

Great Value mild cheddar slices $2.22

Mushrooms $1.38

Celery heart $2.18

Great Value Light Chunk Tuna 4-pack, 5 oz each, $2.96

Cucumber $0.58

Tomato x 3 = $1.88
So one tomato = approx $0.63

Red Onion $0.81

So approx 20 oz of tuna including all ingredients looks to serve about 5 six-inch equiv sandwiches.

Sub-total $17.49

$17.49 / 5 = $3.49 per six inch

$3.49 * 2 = $7 footlong WASTE OF TIME AND MONEY

Time wasted grocery shopping and prepping about 1 to 2 hours.

Subway sandwich is only 5 minute drive and would include olives, spinach, vinegrette, pickled peppers, provolone and american cheese, 5 herb toasted bun, and can be made in less than 15 minutes

However, making it yourself allows you to add as much tuna per sandwich as want. In this case, I put almost same amount that would go into a Subway footlong into a 6-inch cheese bread roll. So maybe there’s more value in that.

Then again, as for time management, now I have enough pre-made tuna salad I can eat for next few days without having to drive to Subway. It evens out time and money.

Sep 17, 2016

How To Maximize Your Fiverr Revenue

How To Maximize Your Fiverr Revenue (As a Seller)
By Chongchen Saelee

1. Book as many Gigs as you can in advance. But make sure you have sufficient time to deliver quality work in a reasonable amount of time. So you have to set the delivery times on your Packages and any custom orders accordingly.

2. Level Up. You need to Level Up so you can charge more for each Gig. Fiverr takes a good 20% from whatever revenue you bring in, so you’ll need to have ability to charge more if you want certain amount of income. And the only way to charge more is to level up. That means delivering the best quality product you can, delivering on time, and being respectful and courteous like a professional.

3. Keep repeat customers coming back. Your returning customers may pay you more or tip you and you should always welcome their patronage. So treat them right.

4. Know when to pick your fights. For the most part, you should be able to tell which buyers are spam, trolls or scammers. Fiverr usually detects spam quickly and removes those users. But in the case some buyer makes it through undetected, you need to know when to keep interacting with that person (or bot) and when to let the negotiations fall through. You don’t want to put all that work in only to have the buyer not pay you in the end and the best way is to detect scammy behavior beforehand. As some true Fiverr professionals have suggested, you can let some potentially bad Gigs drop because better ones will come later (and hopefully pay more).

5. Respond to Buyer Requests. You get about 10 responses to Buyer Requests every day. So make sure you use them all. You have to know how to use all Fiverr resources to your advantage.

Jul 21, 2016

My Idea of Good Camping Trip

I want to keep things small. Who actually wants to fight nature? Nobody got time to fight off grizzly bears and wolves! So this is my idea of a good camping trip. The essence behind camping is to remove yourself from man-made surroundings and return to the unpredictable environment which our ancestors had to endure. It gives us not only insight but respect for our ancestors. And sometimes it’s just to escape the monotony of “civilized” society.

So I’d get a big tent, because I’m a big guy, and an electric lamp because I don’t want to deal with fire or fuel. And it might sound ironic, but I’d hope it would rain sometime so I get a sense of the elements. I wouldn’t be into holding hands and kombaya and smores and shit. For me, it’s a trip to Walmart for a basket of fried chicken and cold soda in ice chest. And maybe a smart phone with some tunes of video streaming. That’s pretty much it. Just lounging.

I can vlog, stay up late and watch the stars, or listen to the wildlife.

And then when I’m done, I’ll just insta-collapse the tent and go back inside the house. No stress zone.

Jun 25, 2016

How to make guo kui Chinese bun with meat filling

Oooeeey!!!

Jun 19, 2016

Return of the Were-Bunny!!!

Last night, under the glow of the full moon, the were-bunny emerged to stalk the night!!!

Jun 14, 2016

Danger Spicy Ramen Challenge!!!

C’mon, bro, do you even spicy ramen challenge?

Jun 11, 2016

Cute bunnies and robins chillaxin

It’s 8pm and they ready for din-din.

Jun 10, 2016

Demonic Thunder Storm in Green Bay, Wisconsin June 10, 2016

Scary imagery outside, yo!

Jun 8, 2016

Killer Wabbits are Back!!!

Shot with Nikon D3200 and Nikkor 28-300mm 3.5-5.6G telephoto lens

Apr 29, 2016

Quiet Days in Green Bay: Meet My Family

So blessed. Better than McJuggerNuggets, right?

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