We all need to eat to stay alive. We have so many choices about what to fill our bodies with and the rampant advertising of all the fast food and treats may make it hard to make healthy food decisions.I get it. I grew up in the 70s when consuming processed food was the norm and I ate my fair share of Ho Hos, Twinkies, Oreo’s, sugared cereal, Kraft Macaroni and cheese and more but as I grew up and learned a little about nutrition, I set about a course to discover what kinds of foods I should be eating. Since our bodies take us through our daily lives, why not treat it to really good food with which to fuel us and power our bodies. This cookbooklet is a small group of recipes that I made up after YEARS of cooking for myself, family and friends. These don’t include any real entrée type items but are more teas, small plates, appetizers and sweets along with some wellness items. I don’t 100% prescribe to any one type of diet. I am not a vegetarian. Basically, if you have read about Eating like a Greek and filling your body with foods from the Mediterranean, then you will find a lot of familiar ingredients here. Eating Extra Virgin Olive Oil, berries and citrus, onions, garlic, herbs, yogurt, green vegetables, olives, nuts and beans with some grass-fed meats and fresh wild seafood are all part of a healthy diet. I enjoy all of those things however there aren’t any meat or fish recipes in here. There also isn’t any grain or bread type of foods. Again, I do eat some bread and am really trying to master bread baking, I mostly adhere to a ketogenic diet where I am limiting my carbohydrate intake which include grains. I believe you will find my cracker “hack” a really tasty one! So, this collection of recipes will showcase real food. If you mainly consume whole, fresh and organic ingredients instead of heavily processed and packaged “food” you will be a healthier person mentally and physically. I guarantee it! – Marsha Cassel
I guess I have always been a farm girl at heart and now am living the life. My husband and I have an 18 acre farm in Southwest Pennsylvania where we tend to bees and chickens plus our house pets and are making a real homestead. We grow tons of produce from seed, plant and harvest and share the bounty and are trying to live more self sufficiently every day. I am an avid food preserver and through drying, fermenting, canning, freeze-drying, maple sap boiling and harvesting honey and comb, we can really explore the whole aspect of farm to table. Homesteading is definitely a “learn something every day” kind of life and along the way, I have greatly expanded my knowledge on culinary and healing plants. I’ve been cooking for 30 years and decided with the full circle of having a farm and culinary experience, I should start writing and share what I know and keep learning. I am an avid lifestyle blogger on my website marshawillcookforyou.com and look forward to sharing more of what I learn with you.
Success leaves clues. Why not learn from the master salesman, God! Many people can get stuck in their sales careers, feeling condemned when sales are down, but there is a difference between condemnation and conviction. This book will condition you to master your emotions and live victoriously through the conviction of God’s word to inspire you to become the best version of yourself. Eighty percent of success is psychological, and 20% is technical. This book delivers both! Do you see someone skilled in their work? They will serve before kings; they will not serve before officials of low rank. Proverbs 22:19 Can you trust in the process rather than in your feelings? Are you disciplined to practice the right techniques when you don’t feel it? Do you know how to prospect and execute a sale intentionally? Or do you let the economy dictate your results? Learn this and much more… Use the wisdom of the greatest book ever sold to transform your sales career. Master the science and art of sales—a must-have manual for success. Implement new techniques that lead your prospect to want to buy. Avoid the 7 deadly sins that every salesperson can easily fall prey to. Follow the rules of the game and eliminate self-doubt.
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This vital, in-depth guide will transform anyone ready to journey to the depths of themselves and surface with new work that fills the wallet and feeds the soul. These time-tested Seven Evolutionary Tools will uncover a new view of yourself, your work and your business choices — and reveal the internal obstacles to your success. This book is for anyone looking for more passion in their work and businesses eager to leap beyond the status quo. So roll up your sleeves and join author Patricia DiVecchio on this engaging evolutionary journey.
Patricia DiVecchio, President and Chief Visionary Officer of International Purpose, has over 25 years of experience working with individuals, small businesses and organizations in their evolutionary process to higher levels of work purpose and potential. Through her dynamic Coaching and Purposeful Business Circles/Tele-Circles, Patricia helps individuals to identify and leverage their unique skills and talents, small businesses to evolve their work and organizations to align with people, profit and planet. Patricia holds an M.A. in Human Resource Development from George Washington University and a B.A. in Education from the University of Pittsburgh. She has spoken at international conferences, and her initiatives have taken her to Senegal, Germany and other worldwide forums.
Take a short trip through the mind of one of the most entertainingly bright writers of the 20th century. This selection of previously uncollected prose by Rebecca West, with its dazzling show of verbal and philosophical mastery, shows why West is still the secret weapon of newspaper editors, intellectuals and raconteurs the world over. Wielding a pen that's as savage as it is brilliant, in these pages West has something genuinely original to say about love, war, pride and politics. Her insights throw new light onto great literary and political figures such as Aldous Huxley, Bertrand Russell, Winston Churchill and Richard Nixon. She thrashes a new path through the thorny thicket of feminism. She takes you on a truly bizarre excursion to wartime London. She even has something surprising and memorable to say about cats. In all, this wide-ranging, eclectic collection from a woman who has been called the finest of her generation is pretty much guaranteed to make you feel and sound smarter.
Rebecca West was a London-born journalist, novelist, reviewer and essayist who brought a powerful feminist voice to the 20th century. Her greatest work, “Black Lamb and Grey Falcon,” an investigation into the nature of war and history structured around a tour of pre-War Yugoslavia, was listed among the most significant books of the 20th century. Time hailed her as “the world’s number one woman writer,” and she was made Dame of the British Empire in 1959. Several of her novels have been adapted for film, TV and radio, including “The Return of the Soldier,” “The Birds Fall Down,” and “The Fountain Overflows.” Her powerful journalism skills made her the writer New Yorker editor Harold Ross trusted to cover the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi war criminals.