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360° Health & Life Insurance
Monument, CO
We take care of your health, life, medicare 360°
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I couldn't sleep last night. Eventually I slipped away, but it didn't come easily. On my Whole 30, I exercised every day, I ate great food, no sugar, no alcohol....and I slept like a baby. It's amazing what freedom does to your body. I'm going Paleo today. No cookies. No... Continue reading
Posted Jul 31, 2012 at Life: Over Easy
This is our second week eating cave man food and I feel compelled to share. It's not as barbaric as you might think: Monday: Tri Tip on the Grill, Mashed Sweet Potatoes and Grilled Eggplant with Basil Oil Tuesday: Grilled Fish with Mango Lime Cilantro Salsa on a Bed of... Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2012 at Life: Over Easy
Let's face it, cauliflower is not a favorite with my kids. We've typically eaten in a salad with broccoli and sugared, dried cranberries, covered in Mayo. So given our challenge to cut dairy and sugar, we had to be creative with cauliflower. First we roasted it with olive oil, garlic... Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2012 at Life: Over Easy
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May 2, 2012
Five stars last night for leftover pie. Just take a frozen, ready-to-cook pie shell and empty your fridge of leftover taco meat, vegies, potatoes. Throw them in a skillet and simmer with some Herbs de Provence or your favorate likeness. Toss them into the pie shell and cover with cheese.... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2012 at Life: Over Easy
At first I resisted, trying not to complain, but trying to get the weeding done as quickly as possible. I had to beat the sun, get those roots out before the damp soil crusted up again. Some I pulled with ease, others required a trowel. As I rushed through the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2012 at Life: Over Easy
The Down Dog Days of Summer are upon us, as well as the Farmer's Market, Summer Shares from Grant Family Farms and burgeoning gardens all over Monument. Join our blog, won't you? We want your ideas. I'll kick it off with these gluten free No Bake Energy Bites that are... Continue reading
Posted Apr 24, 2012 at Life: Over Easy
This is a video my 9 year old daughter produced herself, starring her big sister, when there were no parents home. And then it all made sense...the smoke, the smell, the burnt kernels in the popcorn popper.... Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
Only a solo retreat could provide mom with the opportunity to cook things she truly loves. I have to bribe my children to eat eggs and no one in my house craves any sort of fish - except crab. So, I took advantage of my "silent retreat" to my friend's... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
The annual split pea soup made from the Easter ham gained unanimous approval in the Carlson household. Here's the scoop: put the ham bone in a crock pot fill with water just past the ham cook on low for 4 hours until meat comes easily off the bone dice celery... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
Because it's my husband's birthday...and because he has taught all three of our daughters to LOVE crab legs, this is the standard birthday dinner now. And because mom is deficient in the cooking category, she set out the table decorations and the linens, but, alas, it is the birthday boy... Continue reading
Posted Mar 28, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
It's not because we don't hope. The Christmas tree had to come down so I could dust the furniture and mop the floor, really. And to acknowledge that hope doesn't mean hanging on to what we have. Larry Crabb writes in Shattered Dreams, "It's a great tragedy when Christian people... Continue reading
Posted Mar 21, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
I don't mean to stir up envy, but I have to admit that having a husband who cooks is nice. He cooked all week on the days I was working late and then ended up saving Saturday's meal for Sunday. Oh my! There's a fantastic steak that we have purchased... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
And it's all about pancakes. I'm glad the challenge is over, because I feel I've been a bore. Doing 17 things with beans and chicken does not constitute an exciting life. Making variations of pancakes with different grains is the highlight of my week. Today I'm making turkey chili (thanks,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 28, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
Got a new job, well two new part-time jobs this week, and so Jeff has been cooking. This is a good thing because despite my good intentions, he is just a better cook than I am. Especially his enchiladas. He was growing weary of buying his favorite enchilada sauce because... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
I used to work in the hotel business, where they gave employees a discount on lunch for $5. Sounds like a great deal, right? Let's add it up. $25 a week, plus tip. $120 a month ...on lunch!!! So I ate my peanut butter sandwich alone in the breakroom while... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
Day 19 and Day 22 are mysteriously missing. I can only surmise that the culprit did not like my mini pita pizzas on Saturday or my chicken tortilla soup on Monday. Some are suggesting blogger error. I deny any allegations. Today is day 23 of our experiment and we spent... Continue reading
Posted Feb 23, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
It was a snowy Sunday and mom had a cold, so everything was low key. Breakfast was blueberry pancakes. For lunch, I had some leftover pitas...and I had pepperoni. The result: naked pizza! (That is, pizza without the tomato sauce.) Just spread olive oil and herbs over the pita, then... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
Yes, you read me. No kids tonight. All three gone on sleepovers. That means we can eat anything we want without having to hide the vegetables. I'm thinking a Mediterranean salad with chicken and feta cheese, wine and bruschetta! Once again, these are all things we happen to have in... Continue reading
Posted Feb 19, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
...it's leftovers again. While my sister was teaching the White House chef how to cook today (who was teaching who?) I was out all day on the job trail with little left for kitchen creativity. There were so many bean left over that I made a meager bean and chicken... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
There are days, don't deny it, when things don't go as planned. Even though I called from the road and talked my daughter through the process of putting the chicken in the oven, it was not done when I got home. So, thankfully we had that stash of frozen taquitos... Continue reading
Posted Feb 17, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
We're on a journey to feed 5 on $50 a week. We're approaching our third week now and so far nobody has starved. I woke up a bit under the weather, and thankful for my crock pot. There's an aroma when you walk in the door that says, "There's something... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
Grant yourself the permission to take the day off. However often I might decide fasting is a good idea, I would never require my whole family to follow suit. Some remedies if leftovers are waning? Pancakes for dinner. Eggs and hashed browns. We often fall back on tacos because we... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2010 at Life: Over Easy
360° Health & Life Insurance is now following Seth Godin
Feb 15, 2010
360° Health & Life Insurance is now following Jeff Korhan
Feb 15, 2010