Serves: 4 INGREDIENTS 4 tablespoons reduced fat butter (or Ghee) 4 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon fresh squeezed lemon juice (or juice of half a lemon) 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 Salmon Fillets Sea salt Lemon wedges (to serve) INSTRUCTIONS Preheat your oven to grill/broil settings on medium-high heat. Place butter in an oven-proof pan/skillet (or… Continue reading BUTTER HONEY GARLIC SALMON

What Kind Of Credit Do you Really Need To Get A Car?

What’s The Best Credit Score To Buy a Car? It’s not what you think! April 1, 2016 by Simon Nowak We all know what a good credit score means in terms of getting a mortgage or in this case buying a car. The better the credit score you have, the better the interest rate will… Continue reading What Kind Of Credit Do you Really Need To Get A Car?

The 4 keys to finding ambition

27 4 We’re told we should just be happy with what we have… but there’s a difference between being happy and being satisfied. I’m happy. But I’m still hungry. Ambition is GOOD. If you want to live a Rich Life, you must be ambitious. In fact, not only is ambition OK, it’s required for living… Continue reading The 4 keys to finding ambition

11 Mistakes Standing Between You and Your First Million

JOHN RAMPTON Entrepreneur and Connector JULY 27, 2016 I've been a millionaire three separate times in my life. The first time I saw $1,000,000 in my bank account, I almost fainted. Even though I knew it was hitting my account, it still caught me off guard. Becoming a millionaire isn’t as far-fetched as you would believe. With dedication,… Continue reading 11 Mistakes Standing Between You and Your First Million

The mechanics of subtle discrimination: measuring ‘microaggresson’

Many people don’t even realize that they are discriminating based on race or gender. And they won’t believe that their unconscious actions have consequences until they see scientific evidence. Here it is. Author: Tom Stafford The country in which I live has laws forbidding discrimination on the grounds of ethnicity, religion, sexuality or sex. We’ve come a long way… Continue reading The mechanics of subtle discrimination: measuring ‘microaggresson’

Lawsuit Accuses Hormel Of Using Meaningless ‘Natural’ Label On Deli Mea

June 30, 2016By Laura Northrup UNNATURAL CHOICES HORMEL MEAT MEAT PRODUCTS HORMEL NATURAL CHOICEANIMAL LEGAL DEFENSE FUND When you see a label that says “natural” on your meat, you might make some assumptions about what’s in it. Doesn’t that label mean meat that doesn’t have preservatives or artificial colors, that comes from animals raised without… Continue reading Lawsuit Accuses Hormel Of Using Meaningless ‘Natural’ Label On Deli Mea


Serves: 4
 Ingredients Steaks of your choice ( used beef sirloin tip), 1 inch thick
steak seasoning ( used Montreal Steak Spice, but simple salt and pepper will also do) 
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
 6 cups arugula
 6 oz (1 cup) raspberries
 6 oz (1 cup) blueberries
 1 cup strawberries, sliced 
½ cup feta cheese, crumbled 
¼ cup slivered almonds
 Balsamic Vinaigrette 
¼ cup balsamic… Continue reading BALSAMIC STEAK, BERRY AND ARUGULA SALAD

Burger King Unleashes “Mac n’ Cheetos,” Which Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

June 22, 2016 By Ashlee Kieler If you’ve ever looked at a plate of glowing, orange-ish mac and cheese and thought, “Hey, this looks a bit like a Cheeto… they should put mac and cheese inside of huge Cheetos… where’s my shoe?” then Burger King has apparently been reading your mind, announcing the test of, what… Continue reading Burger King Unleashes “Mac n’ Cheetos,” Which Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

Trust Me I’m Lying — Book Summary

Trust Me I'm Lying — Book Summary Ryan Holiday works as the Director of Marketing at American Apparel. While working at American Apparel is his day job, he also advises many bestselling authors and multi-platinum musicians, people like Tucker Max and Robert Greene, in the art of media manipulation. Holiday has written a new book… Continue reading Trust Me I’m Lying — Book Summary