If you missed the program today, I talked with Gretchen Rubin author of a great new book,
"The Happiness Project: Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle and Generally Have More Fun".
It is a great book and one I highly recommend!
Gretchen spent one year trying to be "happier". Focusing on a different subject each month, she made resolutions and then charted them. For the month of March she focused on work-her challenge was to "aim higher". Are you happy at work? Are you happy with the kind of work (career) that you do? Check out Gretchen's website www.happiness-project.com or pick up a copy of her book. It's a facinating concept. If we all try to make our homes, family relationships, friendships and workplace just a little bit "happier" we'd all reap the benefits.
I also found a GREAT website: www.stilltasty.com. If you aren't sure about the food in your refrigerator or pantry, this is the place to go. Just type in the food or beverage, indicate how long you've had it and you'll find information as to its "shelf life" in both the fridge or the freezer. It's also great to check those spices and other staples that have been sittin on your shelves. Check it out and let me know what you think.