Monday, August 15, 2022

Put AMZProfessional to Work for You

After Andy Slamans began experiencing success selling on Amazon almost a decade ago, he encouraged his nephew, Nate, to give it a try. Eventually, they combined their diverse talents and, without outside loans or investors, built an incredibly lucrative, 8-figure Amazon business that’s still growing in leaps and bounds. When Andy, a gregarious, risk-taking, people-pleaser, and Nate, a forward-thinking, formally educated financial planner, partnered - the Dream Team was born! 

Family means everything to Nate & Andy, and as a result, they don’t just stop at their own success. They’re an Amazon think-tank, sharing their knowledge, providing coaching, and offering services to other entrepreneurs. 

Through trial and tribulation, Andy & Nate realized early on that FBA sellers could be losing as much as 3% of their total monthly revenue from a variety of issues, including unpaid Amazon reimbursements and negative customer reviews. In fact, early on in their careers, Nate combed through Andy’s account and uncovered thousands of dollars in reimbursements that Andy was owed. As a result, their brainchild, AMZPro, was born. Andy was Nate’s first client, and the rest is history, so if you want to boost your profits while avoiding the common pitfalls like Andy did, then it’s time to talk to THE Amazon experts. 

AMZPro, is a professional FBA account management service for FBA sellers just like you. With a client-centered approach, AMZPro will help you sell with confidence and free up your time so you can focus on your business without worrying about back-end reimbursement management. Nate & Andy invite you to be a part of their team and let your personal AMZPro representative optimize your account health & get you the money you deserve. 

“Leave the minutia of account management to us while you focus on building your business. We’ll take a deep dive into your account and deliver the results you deserve. 

Our team of experts will comprehensively monitor & manage your account for:

  • Reimbursements from Amazon that you are owed
  • Negative feedback that needs to be removed
  • Prevention of Suspended Listings 
  • Shipment Reconciliation 
  • Account Health 
  • Unfulfilled Inventory
  • Vital Operation Reviews

You’ll receive a detailed weekly report with all the critical data, so you’ll know exactly what we achieved on your behalf with complete transparency.”

AMZPro will make your life easier and put money in your pocket – all for a commission-free, low monthly fee. Not only do they manage your current account, AMZPRO automatically goes back 18 months and thoroughly reviews your data for maximum recovery & profitability. You’ll get what you deserve while ensuring your Amazon essentials are in excellent condition. 

From their early days of packing and shipping in their own homes to multi-million-dollar sellers, Nate and Andy know what it’s like to build success from the ground up. They understand that no one has all the skills, knowledge, and time to do everything on their own. Seeking the right help from the right people can be extremely valuable to minimizing problems, maximizing processes, and increasing profits. 

You can also learn more by visiting Amazing Freedom, the mother company of AMZPro, and become an Insider today! 

Monday, August 1, 2022

MsKat Tries to Cook Round 2

I wrote the first round of Miss Kat Tries to Cook last May, so I think it's time for us to update and write about my recent attempts in the kitchen. 

I also cooked for my son B's 17th birthday so if you're interested, just click here.

I've been practicing my cooking "skills," and there have been incidents here and there which is expected, I supposed. 

I had an incident with a block of tofu and boiling oil. Tip: cut your tofu into small slices before actually frying it. Also, towel dry it and turn off the fire before putting in the tofu. 

I also had an incident with boiling water in a small pot in a too small gas range. Never use a small pot for a considerable amount of water. 

Thankfully, there were also some wins. 

I learned how to cook a simple katsudon. I've actually cooked this three times and thankfully, my family loved it all three times. 

I also learned how to cook this yummy and delicious kangkong with shrimp. I love that this is super healthy and something I want to cook for the family weekly. 

One night I felt ambitious. I cooked spinach with tofu and quail eggs, kimchi fried rice, and tapa with egg and tomatoes. Ambitious right? Thankfully, everything ended up tasting good. 

I still haven't figured out how to plate this steamed fish in a pretty way but this one was one of those incidents. The fish I got was too big for my steamer and I ended up steaming it with the covers partially opened. 


Steaming only cooks when the lids are actually closed. I ended up with an uncooked mayamaya that the husband saved by re-steaming. Whew. 

Since we had so many potatoes, I decided to make creamy potato soup. I actually loved this. I hated how there were so many steps to make this happen but I loved the end result. 

Finally, I made buckwheat noodle which my son super loved. First time making buckwheat noodle, first time attempting soft boiled egg, and it turned out okay. Not great though because I used a small pot and since buckwheat noodle have a lot of starch (as told to me by my brother who is a chef) they bonded. Strongly. 

I need to make sure that I use a big pot next time. 

Overall I am very happy with my journey in learning how to cook. I hope that you can cheer me on for the next ones. 

Anakula Filipino Coffee in BFRV, Las Pinas

M discovered a new coffee shop inside our village and took me on a quick coffee date which is how our dates have been these days. No complaints; I'm actually really happy that we have these short dates because we get to sit down, eat, drink good coffee, and catch up, just the two of us. 

Meet Anakula Filpino Coffee. 

Anakula Filipino Coffee

 I was intrigued because there are not a lot of Filipino coffee shops, and this one seemed promising. 

The inside had a cozy vibe but nothing genuinely memorable or outstanding. It's woods, dark brown, and cozy feels. 

I ordered the MESTISO, which was similar to a Spanish Latte, and M had the Cold Blanca, similar to a White Chocolate Mocha. They were both really, really good. 

Now I am not a coffee connoisseur, so if you're a coffee purist, you might want to check this for yourself and decide on your own. For me, this was really good. 

Anakula Filipino Coffee

I also had the spinach and the bacon twist. M and I both preferred spinach over the bacon. 

They also have WiFi and two outlets, and yes, they are open to having people stay there and work while having coffee, so it seems I may have found a new coffee workplace. 

Anakula Filipino Coffee is located along Capitoline Hills inside BFRV, Las Pinas.