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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!
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.
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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
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I will be giving away a gift to the first five that follow me tonight. Plus you will hear the First chapter of my book "Planning Power" When I learned how you can easly overcome any setbak that life has to offer. Because, you already plan your life, whether you know it or not. It is not about how much information you have, becasue intellectual information alone will not get you where you want to go. It is about taking the steps needed to get where you want to go. Most important, you dont have to do it alone. If you have a dream, a goal, a plan, a wish or just something you want to accomplish because it feels SO good, this is your opportunity to join the club and get started on journey to a better lilfe. Right Now!!!
About my own book. I read the first chapter and give a short explanation of my work. Planning Power is the understanding that I acquired as a result of an accident that could have ended my life, but instead gave me a new start in life. It was written in an attempt to share what I learned, and help you release the suffering that is not a requird part of life. It is for you if you wish to step into the joy, and are looking to grow on all levels. It is time for the light to enter this planet, and it is up to you to spread that light wherever you go. But in order to do that you must first fill your own life with the light of success, and confidence and extremem bliss.
Wedding planning is not a substitute for marriage planning — the two are not synonymous. People put an exorbitant amount of time, energy and money into planning their perfect wedding. All of this effort is doing one thing: Feeding into a racket called the wedding industry designed to sell the illusion of happy marriages.
Many do indeed get their fairytale wedding, but don’t get to live out their dream marriage; that takes more than effort – that is, intentional personal growth and diligence in choosing a suitable mate – it takes skill!
We're talking about wedding foolery and marriage neglect. Put on your listening ears and learning caps and you'll begin to prepare for life after the "I do".
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Our hearts are stunned and saddened by the death of renown actor and comedian Robin Williams, who ended his life in an apparent suicide a few days ago. There are so many precious, hurting, lonely people living around us, who, like Robin Williams, are imprisoned in a dark abyss of silent pain called DEPRESSION. Join us tonight at 9pmCT for episode 2 of our newest blogtalkradio MOSAICS show, The Family MEnU Cafe, as we focus on the topic: HEARING THE SILENT PAIN OF DEPRESSION, with special Guest Ms. Cassandra Ward, LCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor) at Erikson Institute Center for Children and Families. She will bring us a wealth of info on this topic and will address such questions as What is Depression? What are the main symptons? How can I help someone who is depressed? What are some accessible resources? We will also have special Healing prayer for those who are dealing with depression and other mental & emotional stresses. Dial-In LIve at 347-857-2908 with your questions and/or prayer needs or you can just Listen Online at www.blogtalkradio.com/kingdombread. You can also send us your questions or prayer needs before tonight's show by emailing to: email@example.com. COME! CONNECT-SHARE-GROW with us at The Family MEnU Cafe, where we're FEEDING FAMILIES 4 LIFE! "The thief’s purpose is to steal, kill and destroy. My purpose is to give life in all its fullness.", The Words of Jesus Christ, St. John 10:10TLB
Host Dr. Mache Seibel interviews Menu Planning Guru Leanne Ely. Read her feature article in My Menopause Magazine Issue 14.
Her media experience includes multi-city book tours, satellite media tours, QVC several times as well as guesting on several national television shows, including HGTV’s Simple Solutions, ABC Family’s Living the Life, Ivanhoe’s Smart Woman, Small Talk for Parents and Talk of the Town. She has guest chef-ed on the cooking show, Carolina Cooks and has taught cooking classes all over the country for Bloomingdale’s.
In addition, her current show, Saving Dinner with the Dinner Diva airs each Wednesday afternoon on BlogTalkRadio.com and is one of the top ten shows on that channel.
Dr. Seibel is recipient of the 2013 Media Award from the North American Menopause Society. As the editor of “My Menopause™ Magazine” (which you can find on the Apple Newsstand), You can also find solutions to some of your most pressing issues at MyMenopauseMag.com. Dr. Mache Seibel http://www.doctorseibel.com/contact-us/ is one of the leading voices in women's health, guiding women on how to navigate menopause and what can be a very confusing time in a woman’s life and health.
Everybody has a plan for something. There's a plan to solve every social ill we currently face, a plan for every personal struggle we are going through, and a plan to address an issue in a relationship. At some point, the planning has to stop and the action has to take place. Everyone knows this but yet most of us struggle with it. Today on air we discuss why planning is the most crucial step in your success and how planning may actually be holding you back.