Hardworking Netizen Shares Inspiring Story: “From Pancake to Cake Business”

Hardworking Netizen Proudly Shares of How Their Humble Pancake Business to Famous Cake Business”

A hardworking netizen shared their inspiring story of how their humble pancake business turned into a popular cake business.

A Facebook user named Charmaine Salik Osma has shared their inspiring story on how God blessed their humble business started after losing job a few years ago. The post earned praises and admiration from the netizens.

Charmaine shared that the photo has been taken in 2017 after she and her beloved husband lost their job. Osma said that their faith and trust in God has been shaken due to various trials.

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Osma started to make pancakes, which were made of simply egg, flour and sugar. Her husband is selling their products just to earn money for their daily cost of living and God guided them.

The couple tried to explore more and started to make steam cake during the quarantine period. After a few months, they already started a cake and pastry business, which is earning around P20, 000 per month since last year.

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Here is the full post:

Hindi niyo ba alam? Hndi pa pinanganak si COVID naranasan na namin ang PANDEMIC? This picture was taken year 2017, sinubok ang pananalig sa Diyos na kahit kailan di kame iniwan ni pinabayaan.. nawalan kme ng trabaho almost 1yr napilitang mag lakoang asawa ko ng pancake na ang ingredients ay itlog,harina at asukal lng dahil yan plang alam kong lutuin pang benta. Biruin mo from pancake – steam cake to oven cake..

Lahat ng malalaki ay nagsisimula sa maliit, determinasyon, pasensya, pagtitiis at pag titiyaga ang tunay na puhunan

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