Are You Living or Existing?
About the Book:
Isn’t it time you got started on the road to your dream life? You are not alone in your journey. This book will help you not only get off the starting line and reach your destination.
You want more from your life. You can visualize the life you dream about but may not know how to get there. This book was designed to be a road map to help you make the changes you have dreamed about and make those changes stick. Life is too short to wait for happiness. These 9 simple steps will help you take action and claim the life you truly deserve.
Kimanzi Constable lays out this plan with an easy to read style that combines specific advice with anecdotes from his own experience. Kimanzi shares with you his method, his experience, and his advice in an entertaining yet practical guide. The method he describes can be applied effectively to your specific dream. Kimanzi has used this same plan to go from a life and work that made him miserable for ten years to becoming a successful international speaker, life coach, and author.
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A couple of weeks ago, Art and I took a road trip to Oregon to scout colleges for his degree. Art’s parents live in Central Oregon, so we stayed with them two nights on the way up and one night on the way back. It was fun to catch up and hang out.
One morning, Art’s mom made us Eggs in a Nest. I’m not a big fan of baked eggs (pretty much hard boiled or scrambled are it for me), but Art loved them so much I asked her permission to share the recipe on my blog.
1 bag frozen hash browns (shredded, not patties)
salt and pepper
4 large eggs (or however many you need for your family)
Preheat the oven to 400F.
Spray a muffin pan generously with cooking spray. Scoop 3-4 tablespoons of frozen shredded potato into each hole. Use your fingers to press down the sides and bottom in each muffin hole to make a nest. Sprinkle liberally with salt and pepper and spray the nest with cooking spray. Bake for 15-20 minutes, watching to make sure they don’t burn.
Allow the nests to cool. Crack an egg into each one. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and bake just until the whites are set, about 15 minutes.