Many of us have long commutes to work and it not used right could be wasted time. You could use your time listening to music or news radio. But I figure I have to be in the car for an hour and a half to two hours a day I should utilize that time for learning. If your like me and want to make sure that your time is not wasted let me share some good learning resources with you.
This week I’m going to skip the meals for the week and focus on one recipe. Last summer i was craving a bowl of Japanese Ramen. So my mind got to work on a paleo friendly version of it. What I came up with is Zucchini Ramen. I use zucchini cut into strips as my noodles. Zucchini is pretty mild in flavor and does a great job of absorbing flavors.
Today’s post should have been a review of the Green ceramic skillet I’m sure you’ve seen on TV. Instead its going to be an article on not buying shitty products. Which the Green skillet certainly is. I’ll tell you why it sucks but more importantly I’ll tell you how to avoid making the same mistake and wasting your precious federal reserve notes.
Accepting the 10%. The premise behind this phrase is not discounting people who share 90% of your views based on the ten they don’t. Basically people have a tendency to find and focus on the points of disagreement rather than the commonality. I’ll show you why this is bad and how to try and overcome this tendency.
I’m going to show you what delicious food I’ll be eating this week. All the meals will be paleo friendly and simple. I spent maybe one hour cooking eight meals. Since I work a 12 hour shift at work I like to eat twice a night. So let me show you what I made.