@iloko Have you used the Videos section of this website? ( www.tagalog.com/vide os/
) -- lots of the videos have AI subtitles, which are not perfect, but can help you pick out words if you don't understand them.
You are probably beyond the point where TalkToMeInTagalog and TagalogPod are going to help you much - better to listen to a ton of native content...then things will be a little more fluid in time.
Small accent improvements would help a lot, to be honest...
Your r's, for example @ 0:24 (paborito), 0:29 (nakatira) sound like western R's.
Your o's also sound Americanized/Westernized...Americans in particular tend to make their "o" sound as if there were a "w" at the end...e.g., "...ang paboritow kong...", whereas Filipinos have a more open mouthed o.
Same with "t" and "k" sounds...maybe by immersing more, or doing something like Shadowing/Chorusing you could get a little closer to a native accent?