Super Awesome Top Tens

Top 10 Things to BBQ: Fire up the grill this long weekend and enjoy some tasty eats with your family! Click on the picture to take you directly to an easy recipe, so you can make the dish at home. 

Best,

Jane

Grilled Corn on the Cob

Grilled Corn on the Cob

Grilled Watermelon

Grilled Watermelon

Grilled Chicken Kebabs

Grilled Chicken Kebabs

Grilled Broccolini

Grilled Broccolini

Grilled Greek Chicken

Grilled Greek Chicken

Grilled Chicken Caprese

Grilled Chicken Caprese

Grilled Cornbread with Jalapeno Honey Butter

Grilled Cornbread with Jalapeno Honey Butter

Grilled Romaine Salad with Bacon and Blue Cheese

Grilled Romaine Salad with Bacon and Blue Cheese

Coffee and Brown Sugar Crusted Steak

Coffee and Brown Sugar Crusted Steak

Grilled Okra and Jalapeños

Grilled Okra and Jalapeños

Top 10 Things to Do For Mother's Day: Here are some super simple and meanginful things you can do for Mom to show her you care.

Best,

Jane

Give mom an hour to herself... alone time, to do whatever she wants.

Make a video of pictures and memories with l-Movie .. you can always send your video to mom if you can’t see her this year.

Write mom a super awesome letter and tell her everything you are grateful for.

Headphones

Make mom a playlist with your favourite tunes so she can think about you when you are not there.

Give Mom a home spa day with all the things she needs to enjoy some spa time. If you don’t live with your mom... send her a package of super awesome spa stuff to enjoy an at home.

Cook mom her favourite meal, or drop it off. Or order Uber Eats for different addresses and surprise her with a delivery!

Gift Card

Send mom a gift certificate from a local business that she would love and help make a difference for a small business.

Love Coupons

Create some super awesome coupons that Mom can cash in... 😃

Selfie

Make a video of yourself wishing Mom a Happy Mother’s Day...

Using the letters in her first name, get your creative juices going and write mom a super awesome poem.

Top 10 Apps: Make productive use of the extra screen you have these days by checking out the super awesome apps for your phone below.

 

Happy Scrolling!

Best,

Jane

House Party

House Party: Great for virtual get-togetherness and games like trivia and What’s app. It might be just what you want to download with social isolation.

Spotify

Spotify: Check this out for our Super Awesome Tunes, podcast, and much more!

Asana

Asana: Great for organizing projects and working with different people.

Rosetta Stone Languages

Rosetta Stone Languages: A great opportunity to learn a new language right now.

Amazon

Amazon: Choose a few items, put them in your cart; easy peasy lemon squeezy!

Seven

Seven: After all, most of us have 7 minutes to work out; especially these days!

Blinklist

Blinklist: A super awesome summary of the best selling non-fiction books, without even reading the book!

Supercook

Supercook: A cool app that when you give it you have, it gives you a recipe!

Hopper

Hopper: Alerts on flight deals and places you want to go when we can travel again.

Audible

Audible: Listen to a book while you travel, go for a walk, or clean up the house.

Top 10 Reads: Self-isolation is a misnomer. Most people view it as a negative, I view it as a positive. A time to reflect, relax, and ponder what life has to offer- and my next move.

 

Here are some inspiring reads that inspire me, and challenge me to think deeper, bigger, and higher.

 

Happy Reading!

Best,

Jane

Designing Your Life: How To Build a Joyful, Well-Lived Life by Bill Burnett and Dale Evans

A book that solves problems using design-thinking to build, and design, a life you can thrive in, at any age or stage.

The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer

Michael Singer takes your thinking to a new level and helps you land butter side up at the end of the journey.

The Path Made Clear by Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey has done a masterful job of compiling steps to finding your path, inspiring you along the way, to finding, accepting and understanding your life's purpose.

Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes by William Bridges

William Bridges started the conversation with thought-provoking dialogue about making sense of life's changes, and strategies to cope with it. A worthwhile read for anyone trying to understand the phases of change management.

Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life by Dr. Wayne Dwyer

Dr. Wayne Dwyer stood conventional spirituality on its head when he wrote this inspirational memoir about the power of thought and how the power of thought can change your life. A thoughtful read about how the power of thought can change our lives.

All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum

A classic, playful read filled with timeless life lessons that are relevant at any age.

Kids Are Worth It, Giving Your Child the Gift of Inner Discipline by Barbara Colorosso

If you believe kids are worth it then you need to read this book. An inspiring guide to finding your parenting style and helping your child learn how to make good decisions that will carry them through a lifetime.

The Secret: Rhonda Byrne

A thoughtful look at how your thoughts become things and the power of the law of attraction.

The Wealthy Barber by David Chilton

Practical advice about how to manage your finances to live your best life.

How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Written in 1936, this classic offers time tested advice including encouraging us to be good listeners so we can attract success into our life.

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