Simple ways to improve your nutrition and eat better.
I always get asked for helpful tips on eating healthier from my friends and family.
Good nutrition is the cornerstone of a healthier life. You’ll have more energy, feel younger, and look better than you’ve ever before.
Here’s a compilation of my best tips for improving your eating habits.
1. For beginners, start with easy recipes
Most people make the mistake of trying to cook master-level recipes of people like chef Gordon Ramsay. Instead, follow the recipes of Chef Boyardee, and work your way up.
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The best interview tips to land your dream job
1. Get to know your interviewer
Getting into the mind of your interviewer before the meeting will give you a huge advantage. Find out where they live, their routes to work, what stores they shop at, where their kids go to school, etc. These are good talking points during your interview and will distinguish you from the rest of the applicants.
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9 easy hacks to help you get to work on time
Getting to work on time can be a struggle. It can be very difficult when you have to wake up early, avoid morning distractions, and fight traffic on the way to work.
If you’re someone who has trouble with punctuality, here are some tips that can really help.
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Born a Crime Trevor Noah book summary by Marlo Yonocruz
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah
Synopsis: Trevor Noah, one of the comedy world’s fastest-rising stars and host of The Daily Show, tells his wild coming-of-age story during the twilight of apartheid in South Africa and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed. In this Audible Studios production, Noah provides something deeper than traditional memoirists: powerfully funny observations about how farcical political and social systems play out in our lives.
The stories Noah tells are by turns hilarious, bizarre, tender, dark, and poignant – subsisting on caterpillars during months of extreme poverty, making comically pitiful attempts at teenage romance in a color-obsessed world, thrown into jail as the hapless fall guy for a crime he didn’t commit, thrown by his mother from a speeding car driven by murderous gangsters, and more.” -Amazon
All I know about Trevor Noah was that he took over as host for The Daily Show on Comedy Central after John Stewart left, that he’s hilarious, and he’s South African. Other than that, I knew nothing about Trevor. I saw the ratings and reviews and was instantly sold. I’ve been looking for a good autobiography to pick up, but thought this would be a separation from the typical books I read about business moguls, high performers, and wealthy people. The last book I read about a comedian was Steve Martin’s book, which was a good time as well.
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Tips to prevent weight gain when working in an office environment.
For those of us who work in a sedentary office environment, it can be difficult to prevent yourself from gaining weight.
For people trying to lose weight, it can be an uphill battle when you’re sitting for eight hours a day, constantly snacking on unhealthy foods, and going out to eat all the time with coworkers.
Here are 12 easy tips to prevent yourself from getting flabby when you work in an office:
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Rejection Proof book summary by Marlo Yonocruz
Rejection Proof by Jia Jiang
Synopsis: “Jia Jiang came to the United States with the dream of being the next Bill Gates. Despite early success in the corporate world, his first attempt to pursue his entrepreneurial dream ended in rejection. Jia was crushed and spiraled into a period of deep self-doubt. But he realized that his fear of rejection was a bigger obstacle than any single rejection would ever be, and he needed to find a way to cope with being told no without letting it destroy him. Thus was born his “100 days of rejection” experiment, during which he willfully sought rejection on a daily basis.
Jia learned that even the most preposterous wish may be granted if you ask in the right way, and here he shares the secret of successful asking, how to pick targets, and how to tell when an initial no can be converted into something positive. But more important, he learned techniques for steeling himself against rejection and ways to develop his own confidence – a plan that can’t be derailed by a single setback.
Filled with great stories and valuable insight, Rejection Proof is a fun and thoughtful examination of how to overcome fear and dare to live more boldly.” -Amazon
If I’m not mistaken, I heard this guy’s story from his when someone posted his TED talk on my newsfeed. His presentation was fantastic, and I never knew he actually published a book about his story. I had actually seen the book cover pop up on my recommended reads, but never read the synopsis until recently.
My mom recently finished reading this book and absolutely loved it, so I’m sure I would enjoy it as a part of this month’s reading list. I always like to have a more narrative-type book grouped with a more business book, and maybe a more general personal development-type book.
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Interview with my little brother, Jacob 😁
I’ve wanted to do this since he was 8, but finally got around to doing it this past weekend.
Here we cover a range of topics, just messing around mostly, asking the hard questions to get the insight of a wise and brilliant man of his age:
- What would you do if you won a million dollars?
- If you could choose a superpower?
- His interesting morning routine
- Soul Cycling
- School: valuable or scam?
- Tips to succeed in elementary school
- Girls, beauty, and his type
- Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton?
- Walls, Mexicans, and email
- Too much video games good or bad
- Renewable energy and the environment
- Favorite books, and video games
- Race and ethnicity
- The purpose of life, living, and being American
- Role reversal: what I would do with $1 million
- 2 of the hardest riddles I’ve ever heard
We had so much fun with this, as you could probably tell 😂