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Let’s talk about money: the not-so taboo conversation

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Alright guys! Let’s talk about money! Yes, you too, in the back! We need to talk more specifically about how you feel about money, and whether you are okay receiving money or not. So about a year ago, I was taking a course with a coach and he talked about “receiving”, and it made me […] The post Let’s talk about money: the not-so taboo...
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Interview: How to Land Your First $5K Client & Make 6-Figures as a Freelancer

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Last year I meet an amazing woman named Adrienne Lloren –  a rapper, singer-songwriter, youtuber, marketer, and overall happy person. Adrienne is on a mission to get creative entrepreneurs amped up to craft a life and business they love – JUST LIKE ME, so I was pretty damned stoked to record this masterclass for her […] The post Interview: How to Land Your First $5K...
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Grilled Nectarines with Balsamic and Basil

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“Just grill everything” is my mantra of the summer time.   When you’re hosting a backyard bbq, why not have a dessert you can throw on the grill just as easily as the rest of your meal? This light, bright — and effortless dish is the superb sweet resolution, and pairs well with a summer evening.... The post Grilled Nectarines with Balsamic and Basil appeared first...
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Labrusco: Italian’s Underrated Sparkling Gem

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The very first time I tried Lambrusco, it was a pretty horrific experience. My first thoughts were, “What the sh*t is this?” and “Oh my God, it tastes like college.”  Aka Boone’s Farm.  Yep, it was pretty damn bad.  Now, I’m a believer in second chances, so when I was at an Italian wine tasting... The post Labrusco: Italian’s Underrated Sparkling Gem appeared first on...
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Your Ultimate Guide to New Zealand’s Best Wine Regions

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New Zealand’s a major player in the wine world, with locals and visitors alike often choosing to spend their time sampling wine and other local treats in regions throughout the country. If you’re interested in taking vineyard tours, meeting local winemakers, or just knowing where to find the best wine in the country, consider the... The post Your Ultimate Guide to New Zealand’s Best Wine...
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Angel Food Cake with Fresh Strawberries & Rosé Infused Whipped Cream

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“You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces. Just good food from fresh ingredients.”  ~ Julia Child Hi everyone! It’s Lisa Patrin from The Empty Nesters Kitchen taking over the Pairs Well With… site! This recipe that I am sharing today is not fancy or complicated yet it truly celebrates the flavors of the... The post Angel Food Cake with Fresh Strawberries & Rosé...
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Top 5 Best Summer Picnic Wines

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Today is National Picnic Day and what better way to celebrate the warm weather than with some good grub and a bottle of wine with friends or a date.  Sure, dining at home or even al fresco is great, but nothing tops a meal with a view, whether in the park or lakeside.  Now, picnicking... The post Top 5 Best Summer Picnic Wines appeared first...
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Portugal

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If you are planning a trip to Europe, make Portugal a priority. I would recommend at least a week because there is so much to see. If you only have a few days you could pick one of the cities. We only had 6 days and were able to see both the south and north […]
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White Wine Risotto with Peas and Asparagus

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This White Wine Risotto with Peas and Asparagus is definitely going to become a new comfort classic in my house. I’ve always refrained from making this at home very often…I don’t really know why, I think risotto has an intimidating connotation tied to it, and it really shouldn’t. If you can stir a pot of... The post White Wine Risotto with Peas and Asparagus appeared...
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At 37, Sometimes We Have To Dig Deeper

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At my age, a phrase I use and own proudly, I have scars, life battle wounds and a lot of life lessons under my belt, some regrettably learned the hard way.  I’d like to think the journey of life all leads up to something grandiose, and that every challenge comes to us with intention and... The post At 37, Sometimes We Have To Dig Deeper...
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