1. Two Twin Comforters instead of one Queen/King (for couples)
This has been a game changer for my sleep. As someone who is sensitive to temperature and movement, having my own twin comforter instead of sharing a big one has made a noticeable difference. As a side sleeper, it’s also nice to have my own blanket I can pull and put between . . .
and how to make a summer caesar salad
Yesterday our neighbor gave us a big head of romaine lettuce straight from his garden.
The first thought that came to mind was Caesar Salad!
But we had a problem - traditional caesar calls for anchovies and lemons and parmesan - all things we didn't have in our kitchen.
A couple years ago, I would have just shelved the idea, and . . .
how to be sustainably productive
This is Part 5 of 7 in my productivity week series.
There is no separation between mind and body.
It's all one connected organism.
It took me a long time to realize that.
I wish I had realized it sooner.
Braised meat used to sound fancy to me. Difficult. Above my level.
Then last summer I took a cooking class, and learned the principles of braising. Suddenly "apple braised pork shoulder" wasn't a final product, but a series of discrete, replicable steps.
- Sear meat on both sides with high and dry heat. . . .