I love fish. Sushi, salmon, tuna, grouper, snapper, you name it. I make salmon regularly, but I’m always looking for new ways to prepare it, so I was thrilled when I stumbled upon this recipe in InStyle, no less. I made it last weekend and it is definitely getting added to my recipe book. I definitely suggest using low-sodium soy sauce and low-fat syrup – I’m not a fan of overly sweet or salty foods. Pair it with broccoli and brown rice and you’re… Read the rest
Hello! Sorry for the lack of posts the last two weeks. I took a trip to the U.K. and have been trying to get caught up since my return. Good news-I’m back to blogging and I’ve got a little announcement to come next week, so stay tuned! In the meantime, I thought I’d make up for my lack of posting with a recipe, even though it’s Thursday.
I’ve never been a fan of cooked spinach, always preferring it fresh, so when my best friend… Read the rest
Just like you know when to quit your job, the same intuition will inevitably tell you whether or not to accept a job opportunity after you interview. Job interviews. I’ve been to some bad ones and have observed some even worse ones. In my career I’ve witnessed or experienced enough to compile the following job interview warning signs that should steer… Read the rest
With the holidays over and winter in full effect (even here in the south!), it’s easy to get caught up in the blah’s of January, so I thought I’d post what was currently making me happy in the hopes you, our fabulous readers, could benefit, as well!
1. Modern Family. If you’re not watching this megahit on abc Wednesday nights at 9, you have no idea what you’re missing. This is, honestly, one of the funniest shows I’ve seen in a long… Read the rest