Procrastination Weekly Challenge #5: Plan Your Day In Advance

DISCLAIMER: I eventually do get done what needs to get done… most of the time.. However, I generally remember these tasks as I go through my daily routines. I try to store my “to-do list” in the back of my mind, pray that I will remember it, and will try to do it at a [...] Go to Post




Weekend Round-Up, Procrastination Week #4

I feel like, after 4 full weeks of thinking about, acting, and doing things to help combat Procrastination, I finally had a breakthrough. I notice that I am a bit more efficient with my time. I have been less focused on social media, and am starting to take control of my bad procrastination habits.  It’s [...] Go to Post




RECIPE: Fabulous Frittata Fries (aka Home Fries Frittata)

These recipes are the concoctions of (fictitious) cartoon comic chef extraordinaire, Sherri’s neighbor and cooking mentor, Chef Chumley.  Chef and Sherri are happy to bring them to you on Wednesdays and Fridays. *** There is some controversy over the derivation of the term “Home Fries”.  Are they a Southern dish?  A Northern dish?  Where did [...] Go to Post




RECIPE: Tuscan Tilapia

These recipes are the concoctions of (fictitious) cartoon comic chef extraordinaire, Sherri’s neighbor and cooking mentor, Chef Chumley.  Chef and Sherri are happy to bring them to you on Wednesdays and Fridays. *** Facts about tilapia:  Did you know that tilapia (according to Wikipedia, so it must be true) is the third most important fish [...] Go to Post




Procrastination Weekly Challenge #4: Change It Up

If what you are trying to accomplish is not getting done: stop drop and roll. Well don’t actually drop and roll, it might leave you with an awful splitting headache, but just change it up.  There are times when your way of doing something just doesn’t work. It doesn’t mean it was a bad approach, [...] Go to Post




Weekend Round-Up: Procrastination, Week #3

It’s amazing how much you can accomplish with just a few small changes. This week was all about Eliminating Distractions. Not only was it the Weekly Challenge, but it was also the theme of one of the Tip Days as well. Since I spend a lot of time working on my computer, I never realized [...] Go to Post




RECIPE: Simply Scrumptious Salmon Tartare

These recipes are the concoctions of (fictitious) cartoon comic chef extraordinaire, Sherri’s neighbor and cooking mentor, Chef Chumley.  Chef and Sherri are happy to bring them to you on Wednesdays and Fridays. *** Everybody knows that salmon swim upstream to spawn. Well, even if you didn’t know it, it’s important that the salmon knows it. [...] Go to Post




RECIPE: Classic Homemade Humm(mmm!)us

These recipes are the concoctions of (fictitious) cartoon comic chef extraordinaire, Sherri’s neighbor and cooking mentor, Chef Chumley.  Chef and Sherri are happy to bring them to you on Wednesdays and Fridays. *** From the beginning, conflict seems to surround hummus.  Did it originate in the Middle East or in Greece?  It most likely originated [...] Go to Post




Procrastination Weekly Challenge #3: Eliminate Distractions

I always wish I were the person who can be tidy and neat. But alas, I was blessed with a laid back personality who does not get too bothered by clothes that are sprawled on the floor. So today, as on most days, my goal is getting my room clean. This venture is not an [...] Go to Post




Weekend Round-UP: Procrastination, Week #2

How was your week?  Procrastination is a tough topic for me to tackle.  I find that while I have been accomplishing more of my goals, I still procrastinate a bit in getting started.  For example, this week’s Weekly Challenge was to Break Down a Goal into smaller, more manageable bits.  I’ve been focusing on abdominal [...] Go to Post