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Whisper can you hear
I have been a wee bit MIA. The last month has been a bit eye opening for me. I work in an industry where I have the privileged of lifting women up, helping them to build a business and create sustainable income for them and their families. I use a blog, social media and many other online avenues to promote.
I was thrown off when a friend of mine said to me the reason it took me so long to decided to work with you is - “I can’t be like you....always happy and positive.” Total brick to the head. Yes we want our online presence to be positive but are we creating an expectation of impossible perfection. I have not until this week put only positive lines out there....well thanks to my fabulously wise friend Brandy - we are now keeping it real.
Blessing in disguise, admitting out loud to flaws has done some amazing things. I own it, I accept it and you know what I AM HUMAN and NOT PERFECT!
Day 1 - I have something living in my fridge and it is not a science project.
Day 2 - I got a ticket for not stopping long enough at a right hand red light turn....and forgot to pay it.
Day 3 - I always try to include everyone and really hurt when not included or someone close to me is left out.
Day 4 - after a round of a prescription drugs this year I have a terrible skin discoloration on my face - very self conscious about it and do everything to cover it up. ( wow that was hard to post )
They go on and every day I will post a keeping it real...I know I am not the only one who feels this way and I think as women we need to keep it real and not fall into the disease called perfection.
Okay ladies if you are in the DFW area hop on over to our DFW group. I am working on a local event for us Fabbers and would hate for anyone to miss out.....
Great snack today with a fresh salsa and chips. If you are looking for a different kind of salsa or a way to add some fresh fruit into your diet - try my new [Link Removed]
Just what the Dr. ordered a 1 week vacation in Mexico with my family. A week of the beach, pool, reading and relaxing is exactly what I needed to recharge my batteries.
[Link Removed] - the staff was incredible and always said can I get my lady a drink....I think I could get use to that all the time.
I have revamped my blog I am super excited about the features I learned to add on the right. Thanks Linda for unlocking the mystery for me. I am so very thankful for the things I learn on Fab 40 and for all the women willing to share there talents.
Cheers to a castle a beach a book and a blog!
We had this for dinner tonight, I used 2 breasts of chicken I cooked yesterday. We used whole wheat bread but next time we will use pita’s. My family gives in 4 stars and that is the highest rating we give
3/4 cup plain yogurt
3/4 cup mango chutney ( didn’t have so I used frozen mango )
2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
2 teaspoons mild curry powder
1 small rotisserie chicken—meat shredded, skin and bones discarded (4 cups)
2 scallions, thinly sliced
1/2 cup cilantro leaves, coarsely chopped
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
1 cup baby arugula leaves
4 rolls split or pita pockets or a wrap
In a food processor, pulse the yogurt, chutney, lime juice and curry until blended but not completely smooth. Scrape the mixture into a medium bowl, add the shredded chicken, scallions and cilantro and toss well. Season with salt and pepper. Lay the arugula on the rolls, spoon the pulled chicken salad on top and serve.
* 3 1/4 cups ( 26 fl. oz) dry red wine
* 1 tablespoon sugar
* Juice of 1 large orange
* Juice of 1 large lemon
* 1 large orange, sliced thin crosswise
* 1 large lemon, sliced thin crosswise
* 2 medium peaches, peeled, pitted and cut into chunks
* 1 cup (8 fl. oz) club soda
Combine all the ingredients except for the club soda in a large punch bowl or serving pitcher, mixing well. Refrigerate overnight. Immediately before serving, mix in the club soda for added fizz. Ladle into cups with ice cubes.