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Let's Do Lunch
Jan. 23, 2019

Let's Do Lunch

"The old tradition is breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper, and I think that very much rings true today. Having a good breakfast refuels you after the overnight fast and provides you with energy to concentrate and improves your mood. For lunch time, if you are having a heavier meal, you have the afternoon to use all those calories."
Overcoming Obesity
Jan. 16, 2019

Overcoming Obesity

At Saladmaster, we have been committed to home cooking and healthier living for a long, long time. It is part of our mission to help people achieve the life they desire. We take obesity and related issues very seriously, and we understand how these health matters can devastate a person's quality of life.
Starting the Year with Atomic Habits
Jan. 3, 2019

Starting the Year with Atomic Habits

Author James Clear may the foremost expert on habits. His popular book Atomic Habits is one of the best researched, most thoughtful and thorough guides on the subject. His advice is simple: We have to think small when it comes to habits. Tiny changes can yield to remarkable results.
9 Tips for Making the Most of Your Time
Dec. 21, 2018

9 Tips for Making the Most of Your Time

Even though, we all have 24 hours in day. Some people just seem to be better at managing their time and getting things checked off their to-do list. What’s the secret? Here are some tips that even the busiest, most disorganized person can put into practice.

Confidence in the Kitchen
Oct. 23, 2018

Confidence in the Kitchen

For some people, being in the kitchen can feel like visiting a foreign land that is confusing and unfamiliar. The good news is, building a confident cooking practice doesn’t have to be overwhelming or stress inducing. Going from beginner to pro, or wherever you are starting is a bit of a learning curve, it's okay! The first step is to start your cooking practice. 

Two Types of People
Sep. 5, 2018

Two Types of People

Carol Dweck’s research sheds light on something we’ve all observed. Some people just see the challenges that they face differently. It’s not a matter of ignoring the obstacles in front of them with some sort of blind optimism — or denying the effort it requires to be successful. Instead, these people embrace the challenge with an “I can learn anything to get where I need to go” attitude.

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