An Ottolenghi inspired recipe to celebrate my return to the recipe-world – includes aubergines, goat cheese and all the happy Summer foods you love.
Giving 100% is a well known formula we have been exposed as people, even before becoming boss ladies (and dudes). This is also a side effect of the ‘hero complex’, very common condition among artists, creative wizards and boss ladies alike. What if 75% was just enough?
During my hunting quest over about pages I encountered the ghost of this ‘persona’ that somehow seems to be behind the screen. It is not you.
It’s your sidekick: the entity that hides behind snappy catchphrases and waterfalls of research.
In a world where our phones ping 24/7 and people are starving for attention, dedicating between three to four hours per day to one single thing sounds an abomination. Especially as it goes against the famous saying ‘don’t put all your eggs in one basket’.
It’s about time to talk about it.
All we want is to be seen.
I know, not too much of a shocking statement – nevertheless, it’s true. It is one of the core human needs – and this is why being ignored hurts more than being rejected. A conversation with an homeless man reminded me of that.
Whether you’re dreaming of working in Paris and eating all the cheese and drinking all the wine, or sending very annoying sausage leg shots from Bali, having the right tools will make it easier for any digital nomad to find their way home.
I have been reminded by a few people that I’ve been a roller coaster of deep emotions lately. I had to admit I had a problem. I could not ignore the fact I lost my way big time. I came back to basis, sharpened my spiritual wand – and this what this post is about.
Fab loves to learn. Also, Fab loves to speak in third person – but that we knew that already.
There are many ways you can learn something new, but I decided to cherry-pick 25 depending on your learning style Most of these sources are free, or include free content.
We all know a worrier – actually, most of us are worriers. We are always given endless accounts and advice on how to worry less. Today I challenge you as I want you to spend ten minutes inside a worrier’s head.
This is an account of what happens when we, as humans, sit down and watch our thoughts, feelings, emotions. It’s a bit more prosaic than some of my previous accounts, but I hope people can relate to it.
Let’s talk about routines, shall we? Recently I had to adapt my morning routine as I am spending a bit more time around C – especially over weekends. When the Scottish night-owl dates the Italian early bird, you gotta become quite resourceful.
I don’t know about you, but when I am sitting down in front of my laptop, I am more likely to be replying to emails and liaising with the team, or working on email funnels. I see writing as an indulgence, and for a writer that is pretty disgraceful.