This book was recommended to me by a couple of people, but I have no idea how I had never read this book before. I had never even heard of it and I am now so thankful that I have it in my life. It is the most profound book and I challenge anyone not to feel their perspective changed and improved as a result of reading this book -and to not fall in love with the wonderful Morrie.
The book, the story, the words, everything about Tuesdays with Morrie is just beautiful. It was Morrie’s last wish that this story was put into the world and it is such a gift to everyone who reads it. I believe this is the sort of book people should read once every couple of years, just to remind us what’s important and enjoy these wonderful words.
I would have loved to hear a little more detail of their conversations and about Morrie specifically, his family. Those things were quickly moved over and for such a short book, I think he could have given more detail here. But that is probably just because I am in love with Morrie and want to know everything about him!
I could not recommend this book enough to everyone.
Enjoy. A complete 4.5 out of 5
Easy, healthy lunch on the move!
Spring Health & Beauty Tip 26 – Salad in a Jar!
If you are taking lunch somewhere, I think one of the most of putting things about salad is that it either required a big box, or you have to take all the bits with you to keep it fresh, the lettuce goes soggy in the dressing etc, etc….
Well not anymore! Since hearing about this idea I’ve become a little bit obsessed by it, partly because they just look so pretty and I love a jar!
Basically you want to make sure the dressing and harder parts are at the bottom and leafy bits at the tops so they don’t mix until you are ready to eat your salad so,
Take your empty jar….
- Pour in your salad dressing
- Then add hard chopped vegetables like carrots, cucumber, bell peppers etc…
- Next you add your grains and pastas including things like chickpeas, cooked rice or pasta etc…
- Softer vegetables such as avocado and tomotoes, or any soft fruits like strawberries or dried apricots etc… go in next
- This is where you would add nuts like pine nuts, walnuts, sunflower seeds and any softer more absorbent grains such as quinoa, Cous Cous etc…
- Finally, fill the rest of your jar with lovely leafy greens.
You can add meat, fish, hard boiled egg cheese etc… but just be aware that you would only want to add those on the day you are eating the salad. But otherwise, salads can be made a few days in advance so you can do a few at a time and grab one in the morning as you rush out the door.
Do you have any delicious salad receipts? Let me know in the comments box.
Happy eating x