Ooops. Some ideas seem "good" until, you realize, they are not.
This story has nothing to do with Everyday Sabbatical but makes me crack up so I wanted to share it - and hopefully, you'll laugh out loud too.
Luckily, I had a project list ready for them. It worked out for everyone.
I think we could all use a laugh this week, so I highly recommend checking out "The Graham Norton Show" on BBC America and YouTube.
Ok, this dish should be call “steamed eggs,” but that doesn’t sound as yummy. This is a legit, old-school Korean family food.
If you like mochi (regular mochi, not ice cream mochi), try pan frying it for a delicious crispy texture. It can be gooey like a toasted marshmallow but so, so delicious.
I travel with my trusted TUMI orange carry-on roller, which I’ve had for years (another beloved, reliable keeper).
I’ve been reading more this year and have been using the Libby App – and saving loads of money because it’s a digital public library. Amazing!
So about 15 years ago, I created a very simple “life timeline”. It’s a word doc with year and major milestones in bullets below.