Education breeds confidence, confidence breeds hope, hope breeds peace.
I was talking to a friend last week and then she leaned on and put her forehead on my shoulders and said, ” I am not on my real self today. ” I asked why, and she told me how her son was crying and whining early that morning because he did not want to go to school. I felt for her because my son is like that too. Every morning is always a struggle harvesting him off the couch. Every morning is like pulling a teeth. These kids are hating school and they are only in third grade. I think it is too early to feel this, right?
Who loves school anyway. Although I do not have any memory on hating grade school or high school, but my memory about hating college is so vivid. I abhored it everyday. Maybe I was not in the right program, but college just felt like a mission that needed to get done and over with. I never liked it. PERIOD! So I have an inkling idea on how these kids feel, but I am taking away their right to abhor school at this age. So go to school they must…
When I started blogging, I am following this guy/blogger named Neil Patel. He is a young entrepreneur and a blogger of Quick Sprout. I tell you, this guy started his business from scratch and he has this oozing confidence in his capabilities. He made millions through his innate marketing talent. I am a big fan. Neil Patel wrote an article in his blog titled How Much Money Do you Really Need? There he emphasized on how important good education is to live a comfortable life. So I used that article as an example for my son to at least be encouraged and to stop hating going to school. I usually do this.(Lechon Kawali Recipe and Tien Sauce) If my calculation does not fail me, my son still has 3,780 days until he graduates college, and this does not include his masters and doctorate degree.
OK. Enough with the ranting. Today,I am sharing to you this salmon recipe. Remember when my doctor told me to eat healthier? Easy Healthy Dinner Recipe – Grilled Chicken with Cucumber Salad To follow his advise, I am reading healthy books and I came across about salmon. The book said that salmon has some loads of nutrients including Omega 3 fats that could help increase my good cholesterol and it also contains vitamin B that can help in alleviating depressive moods, plus, so many other nutrients that made me conclude that salmon is the best thing that ever happened next to slice bread 🙂 So here is the recipe for the mighty salmon.I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
High Protein Dinner – Salmon with Avocado Salsa
- 2 Avocados peeled,pitted and diced
- juice of 1/2 lime
- 1/2 cup diced tomatoes
- 1 tbsp chopped cilantro
- 1 tbps olive oil/ or any oil
- 4 5 oz salmon fillets
- Mix together ingredients 1 to 5 in a small bowl. Set aside.
- Meanwhile, cook the salmon under pre heated medium broiler. Broil for 6 to 8 minutes until cook through.
- Serve salmon with spoonful of salsa.