your 20’s are scary, if anyone tells you otherwise, they are lying! It is a time when you are trying to figure out who you are, what you represent, what company you keep, all whilst attempting to navigate college and or a career. In my experience the people who are the happiest and most successful in their 20’s and in life, abide by the saying “Find three hobbies you love: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to be creative.”

For me; I hope to use my keen eye for design to further a career in real estate, I mountain bike to stay in shape, and cook to remain creative. I am a lover of many things and a collector of hobbies, but the three listed above are my life force, and the things that have saved me from my uncertain 20’s. While chasing the party is pretty standard for college students, and not something I necessarily discourage, I would just like to advocate for a well rounded life style. If you are going to drink, drink for taste. When you eat, eat to indulge your taste buds. If you want to exercise, find something that you look forward to doing. Life can be a beautiful tasty treat- You don’t have to dread work, exercise can be fun, and eating should always, ALWAYS taste good.

For this blog I would like to focus on taste, because lets face it, I can’t really teach you how to mountain bike via the internet, and design is something better left to the experts. What I can teach you is everything I know about cooking and hand crafted cocktails. I am not trained in the culinary field and by no means consider my self an expert on the subject, but what I lack in formal education is a unwavering devotion to my kitchen, and a life time of being surrounded and taught by people considered experts in the industry. When I went to college I wished more then anything that I had taken videos of my parents cooking, because for the life of me I could never remember the proper technique for rolling out pizza dough, and no written word can capture that, So in an attempt make your first experience with cooking less disastrous then mine, may I introduce video recipes for the cooking novice!


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