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This Thursday on The Menu: Social Responsibility and Self image for self and a people/race: taking the "N" and "B" word out of the game.How do we allow ourselves to degrade ourselves?Why do we let Hollywood and the entertainment industry pimp us and use us? Tune in @ 8pm on The Menu www.blogtalkradio.com/themenumindurmental 646-378-1882 guest call in number
Menu-planning, Memphis Roadtrip, summer projects.
When & why I started meal planning
Used to work in theatre during university and had limited availability during the weekdays and nights
Was tired of eating rubbish when I got home late at night from work
Fast food (even healthy salads and sandwiches) were expensive
When living alone, or cooking for one, organisation is important. If you make things in bulk and freeze them then it’s cheaper and there is less wastage
How to put together a plan
Before you start with your meal plan, it really helps to sit down and check when you or your family have busy days/evenings, as this will help determine what you will be cooking or if you even need to cook
Doing your first plan will take a little time as you’ve got to create your template and spend time finding recipes, but the more you do, the easier it gets
I start off in Excel using a template I’ve created. I have the days running vertically along the column on the left on the screen and the different meals running horizontally across the top (heading up each column)
E.g. it will read Monday – Breakfast, Morning Snack, Lunch, Afternoon Snack, Dinner
I then start to fill in the meals for each day. On busy days, I’ll either have leftovers from earlier on in the week (things like chilli or casseroles tend to make 4 portions) or do something quick and easy like a stir fry. On days when I have more time, I’ll do something a little more adventurous and time consuming
I use a combination of tried and tested healthy recipes and seek inspiration from cookery books, blogs and websites
Usually I have the same thing for a couple of meals so remember you don’t have to cook something new every day!
REAL WORLD help about how to choose, deal with, and enjoy your bridal party-
There are four MAJOR blunders couples make when choosing their bridal party, its such an exciting time and we give our besties and relatives ample time before, but these factors still creep in
a. Financial Concerns
c. Personality Conflicts
d. Bride Blunders
Finding the right wedding favors — neither too cheap nor too grand — can be difficult. With wedding favors, the line between cute and kitsch is hin. If you either can’t or don’t decide to spend money on favors, then you should forego giving anything at all — it’s not necessary. With a little creativity, however, you can probably find or make the perfect favor.
SANDY MALONE owners of http://weddingsinvieques.com , TLC's Wedding Island , and celebrated columist for Huffington Post speaks to Easy Wedding Planning Blog about the ABC's and 123's of wedding planning.
Write into email@example.com with any questions about this or future podcast. Look for Sandy of Weddings in Vieques on You Tube check out one of her videos at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49kv9J5rAOc
Strategies take our vision and create an approach that will enable us to realize that vision. A strategy is a way to create value and leverage to achieve out outcome faster with less effort. When we think of HOW we do something we understand that there is a sequence no matter if it about baking cake, building a house or making a sale. Things have to be done in a particular order to get the best desired results. A critical component of getting the results we really want is planning. There are different levels of planning effecting the different levels of productivity. On This program we will talk about the various levels of planning, the freuency one should plan and how to overcome some of the biggest challenges around planning.
Paul Hoyt, owner and principal consultant with the Hoyt Management Group and best-selling author, has over 40 years experience leading teams to improved profitability and productivity. He is an expert at helping new and growing businesses develop their strategic plans, create financial models, write business plans, and fund and execute their growth strategies. He has enjoyed tremendous success at helping businesses of all sizes achieve their growth and exit strategy objectives.
He is the author of two business books: The Foundation Factor®?- Critical Measurements in Business Strength (2004), which helps?business owners develop their own Business Foundation Profile® to measure the strength of their business, and the Capital Coaching Program (2010), which helps entrepreneurs learn the fundamentals of raising capital.
Paul also created the highly acclaimed online training programs The Business Survival Boot Camp and Beyond Business Survival (2013), giving small business owners the guidance they need to avoid mistakes that slow them down and shut them down.
Skin Ambassador Winifred Wikkeling will review quick beauty fixes for brides, bridesmaids and wedding guest- this episode is for anyone who wants to look better than amazing in the skin they are in...
We'll review the best finds for quick beauty fixes from this years IBS NY and IECSC this epi is for anyone who wants to look their best and camera ready this season
Write in to firstname.lastname@example.org with all your wedding planning concerns
I have really gained a tremendous amount of POWER in PLANNING! A friend of mine gave me a nugget "Proper planning prevents poor performance."
So much of our lives are lived my default, we just go through the motions, a groundhog day way of life so to speak. Not really a great idea because we are not applying some of the most amazing attributes of the power of focus and destination.
I have goals, actions I am going to take to get those goals accomplished AND ways to measure how well you are or aren't doing. I am sharing what has been working for me. Today I totally rededicated and committed myself entirely to Christ in obedience and I am so excited to share with you a plan that will REALLY help you thrive!
The quickest way to attain wealth is to help others get there first so I desire to help you become wealthy in the name of love!
Welcome to the SC&H Group podcast series. Today, we are speaking with Angelo Poletis, Principal with SC&H Group and Chris Davidson, Senior Manager with SC&H Group, about key tax planning strategies for government contractors
ReShawna Leaven interviews Rose M. Price, Branch Manager of VLP Financial Advisors on estate planning. If you are curious about planning your estate, this is an epsiode that you don't want to miss. Rose shares her insight and expertise on the world of estates, wills, POAs, living trusts and much more.
Rose M. Price, CFP®, AIF®
VLP Financial Advisors
8391 Old Courthouse Road, Suite 203
Vienna, VA 22182
tel: 703-356-4360 ext. 702
SHOW NOTES: In the MYTH WARRIORS™ series we are targeting ideas to begin to assess whether they are credible or not. We are warriors fighting to establish clarity between what is accurate and what is simply a myth (or falsehood) in life. We are deploying our highest level critical thinking skills in this series to fight to ensure that we are not taken advantage of or exploited by information disparities. We don both defensive protective gear and offensive weaponry. On offense we thrust forward, probing, testing and examining content to discern if it should be defeated and discarded (as a lie) or retained and utilized in our lives in our mission to surpass our goals.
This is not a series for the weak minded or fearful as we will leave no stone unturned in our quest to ensure that we are not exploited, not ignored and not used as pawns by powerful people. Our education (formal and informal) is our most powerful weapon to equalize our opportunities for success (on our own terms).
Our episode today is, “Failing To Plan Is Planning To Fail.”
This is not a myth, It is accurate.
The issue is why do you have the goal of failure? Why do you want to fail?
Imagine an adolescent child that is told by their parents that they are going to learn to play the flute. (I wanted to play the flute when I was younger but never learned, anyway, back to the example.) They are provided a flute and enrolled in flute lessons. The child couldn’t care less about the flute. They do not practice between lessons. They lie to their parents when asked about practicing and state that they did so. They do not think about the flute at all other than when they are forced to go to their flute teacher. They try out for the school band and due to their lack of skill they are not accepted.&nbs