Known as the winter vegetable, spaghetti squash is quickly growing fame in the food realm. With its color shining a bright yellow and its shape and oval, spaghetti squash is becoming a quick favorite around the dinner table. Similar to squashes you may already know with its texture with a strong flesh, the insides bare huge seeds right in the heart of the squash. The reason they call it spaghetti squash is because of its comparison in looks to spaghetti noodles. When cooked, spaghetti squash insides can be scraped out to unveil very noodle-like innards. Reheating is quick and easy. … Continue reading Can You Reheat Spaghetti Squash?
Here is my loose outline: (starting tomorrow) 1. Start my day with Morning Pages Have you heard of these? I first learned about them from an article on Medium describing a portion of a book from Julie Cameron. Here is a link to a really good video with Julie telling you about the advantages of Morning Pages: https://juliacameronlive.com/basic-tools/morning-pages/ 2. Yoga and Meditation I love yoga but honestly, I have not done it in quite a while. With all the open space I have regarding time, I have no excuse not to get back in the habit. This will help me … Continue reading Daily Routines To Help My Creativity
The pandemic has brought many things to a halt, including working in the office. Now, millions of Americans have found themselves working from home and having to adjust to maintain employment. Besides work, lockdowns have prevented much movement out of the home due to mandated orders of staying home and many businesses being closed. The result of this sudden increase of being at home has brought on a reported rise in injuries. While the transition may have been easy for some to make, others found themselves working from home for the first time. There was no preparation for having an … Continue reading Why So Many Are Experiencing Household Injuries During The Pandemic
A Short Story I wanted to feel her lips pressed against mine in the worse way. I knew she loved adrenaline driven activities. So, I chose to show my adornment for her by extending an invitation to go skydiving. She threw her hair back, as she laughed, happily accepting my offer with a bellow that delighted both my ears and groin. I tried to forget that I would probably puke while tied to the parachute and complete stranger who would guide me. I didn’t focus on my fear of heights. I couldn’t look beyond her beauty. As we sat in … Continue reading Skydiving For Kisses
The next morning my middle finger felt broken. It was bent down and he couldn’t push it up because of the pain it caused me. He said he didn’t remember the night before. God, why didn’t I leave him then? Continue reading The Crimson Mask Of Love