This is a blog from eWomenNetwork member Laurie Polinski. Polinski is a results-oriented guide and intuitive mentor who helps people see beyond and break through hidden barriers so they can quickly and gracefully reach your highest potential. She is the owner of Spinning Gold Productions and a certified CORE Multi-dimensional Awareness Profile Facilitator, Creating Abundance Coach and Brain Wave Management Consultant. Check her out more at www.spinninggoldproductions.com.
This is a time of change for so many. Whether it be a change in career, relationships, or a deeper desire to contribute to something bigger; many are feeling a need for physical, emotional and/or spiritual movement.
Have you ever wished that someone would hand you a map and directions on how you can find and fulfill your deeper purpose in your life? Are you looking for a sense of clarity, more meaning, and alignment with your greater calling? Continue reading
This is a blog from Alexandra Eidenberg, founder of www.GoToProGals.com, President of The Insurance People and Executive Director of eWomenNetwork Chicagoland. Eidenberg shares fun tips on cooking, eating and enjoying Thanksgiving. Check her out more here.
I love the Holiday Season. It is by far the most joyous time of year, and Thanksgiving is the best part because it is one big relaxing, cooking, eating fest. Me and food are like 2 pees in a pod. We flock together like birds of a feather. Yummm! I have been hosting Thanksgiving for 4 years now, and I pretty much have it down to a science. Sunday grocery shopping, Wednesday food prep and Thursday cooking, enjoying and over eating.
Thanksgiving grocery shopping always includes multiple stores. I like to go to Family Fruit for all the produce, Jewel for the Bird and canned goods and Trader Joes for prepared stuff like cut broccoli. The problem with Sunday grocery shopping is that everyone else and their brother is there too. However, shopping earlier means you do not have fresh items by Thursday and waiting until Monday means there might not be any goo stuff left. It is a zoo most of the time so I like to plan my course through the store prior to going there. It is like a video game mission where you have to get all the check points, but never back track. Make a list, stick to it and do not hesitate to zoom past others that are browsing lackadaisically. Continue reading