Lessons in Leadership Good frozen Sunday to you! We are counting on clearing skies to assist our UCO crew in preparing the grounds for a safe finals week. But please be cautious walking and driving. Slow and steady make good sense in ice and snow. I want you to successfully complete this semester and return [...]Read more
Tired of eating the same thing for lunch or dinner? Numerous people “meal prep” for their up-coming week, but often have the same chicken breast recipe for every meal. Here are a couple of different recipes to help you spice up those boring meals.
Lemon Dill Chicken: www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/lemon-dill-chicken/365f393d-1e02-42f3-b6e3-2a2f20d46e00
Greek Salsa Chicken: www.sweetpeaskitchen.com/2011/02/greek-salsa-chicken/
Baked Lemon [...]
Everyone is familiar with the first Thanksgiving. We’ve been taught to envision a quaint village full of happy, gentle pilgrims and their cute Native American friends. Smiles abound and friendship flows freely. They share delicious food, to include pies and cakes, and pass around a giant cornucopia. Unfortunately, the reality of the situation is [...]Read more
Up to 20% of athletes experience overtraining, which is also commonly referred to as “staleness”. If an individual is not getting the proper rest time after the overload of intense exercise, the body will have an increasingly harder time recovering from a workout. If inadequate rest periods are continued, performance will actually decline. It is [...]Read more