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Last year was the first year my girls and I made salsa.  My friend Angie has an awesome recipe that she shared with me and we tweaked it for our own tastes.  We made several different batches and added a different level of “hotness” to each one.  I’ve noted at the bottom what you can add/subtract to get the spiciness you want.

Today we finally had enough good tomatoes to make one batch of salsa. (My tomatoes and a few peppers got hit by End Bottom Rot and I hope I have it under control now.)  I will say this – if you want to make salsa – have enough ingredients and pans to make up 2 – 4 batches or more to cut down on your time in the kitchen.  By the end of next week we should have enough tomatoes to make the 2 – 4 batches at once but we were anxious to make our first batch today and patience is not our middle name.

We first start by taking the skins off the tomatoes.  You probably don’t have to but I like it without them on.  So you first blanche the tomatoes by placing them in boiling water for about 20 seconds.  Immediately take them out and immerse them in ice cold water.  This process allows the skins of the tomatoes to easily peel off just by slitting the skin.

Once you have the tomatoes skinned you have 2 options.  If you have a food processor – cut them into quarters and finely chop them in the food processor.  If you don’t have one, cut them into little pieces yourself.  Last year I didn’t have a food process to use and it took us much longer to complete the prep process.  This year I have my mom’s old one and it saved us at least 10 minutes of cutting time.

Put all of this into a stock pot.  I used a dutch oven for this batch and it was just the right size.  Next you need to add your minced garlic, vinegar, salt and cilantro.  Stir it up well and place on the stovetop on high until it starts to boil.

Once it boils, you will want to turn the heat down to medium and cook it until the mixture reduces to about half.  Make sure you don’t just walk away from the stove though – you need to stir the mixture every 5 – 8 minutes so it doesn’t burn on the bottom.

About an hour or so later, the mixture will be reduced to about half and it is ready to put into sterile jars .  I put mine in half pints and added sugar to the bottom of each one.  This gives it a little bit of sweet flavor and I love it!

Fill your jars up making sure to leave about ½” space at the top.  Put the lids on your jar and then screw on the tops.  After about 10 minutes, check the tops to make sure they are as tight as they can get.  Now just wait for the lids to seal themselves.  If the lid does not seal, you will need to refrigerate your jar and use it within a week.

The Department of Labor released its December employment situation report (link opens in PDF) today, and its messages were mixed. After increasing a revised 241,000 for November, total nonfarm payroll employment bumped up a slight 74,000 last month, missing analyst estimates of a 200,000 gain. 

Retail trade (+55,000), professional services (+19,000), and wholesale trade (+15,000) provided the main push behind the latest report, while information services knocked off 12,000 jobs and construction shrank 16,000.

While the unemployment rate dropped from 7% to 6.7% -- its lowest level since October 2008 -- the decline was primarily due to a drop in the labor force. Once people without jobs stop looking for one, the government no longer counts them as unemployed. Year over year, the civilian labor force participation rate -- including those working or looking for work -- is down 0.8 percentage points to 62.8%, matching a nearly 36-year low.

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So my husband finally has his own man closet (which is in his own man office!). And I get to move his fishing/camping/hiking stuff out of our master closet. Win win. We're both pretty darn happy right now.

Here's what we started with. This is the only bedroom downstairs and we've been using it as a kids room / haphazard guest room for the past 12 years.  It's been this color since we painted it right after we moved in and I'm so over it. Plus the carpet was disgusting after all these years. But anyway, about those shelves...

We spend about 80.00 on supplies which included two huge 5/8" MDF boards (31.00 each) that we had cut down to the sizes we needed while we were at Home Depot. We trimmed them a little at home but the hardest part was already done. We also bought caulking and drywall screws. We used paint we already had.

The top shelf (sorry for the blurry iPhone pic) and lowest shelf (above) go all the way back to the original wall so they're 6 inches deeper than the shelves in the middle. The top shelf went in a little wonky since the walls are a little off (I'm blaming the walls) so there was a gap that I felt was too big to fill with spackle.

I didn't get a pic before painting but once the shelves went in we decided it would be best to add support slats under the back of the middle shelves since we wanted to feel confident we could put heavy-ish stuff on the shelf since they're pretty wide. Much better.

So now we're loading it with his man supplies but the top shelf is for guest room supplies (air mattress, bedding, etc) since this is the guest room (one I can be proud of now). So much more useful than a traditional shelf/closet rod type of set up.

We finally completed our last built in. Unless I find another spot (see one of our favorite built in projects here ). This bathroom shelf idea for our guest bath (the main bath downstairs) has been stuck in my brain for years and after all that time it only took about 1 day to complete it (and 8.00!). The only storage this room came with was the space under the vanity (and I really want to toss it for a pedestal sink) so now it's transformed and has oodles of storage. I'm really excited to share the process since it was very uncomplicated and took pretty basic tools. 

Last fall, when we spruced up the bathroom with fresh paint and linens, I included a picture of my dream shelves idea in the blog post . Below is a picture of the vision and the result side by side. Nice.

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Have you ever emerged from a matinee movie, squinted into the sudden burst of sunlight and sneezed uncontrollably? Up to a third of the population will answer this question with an emphatic "Yes!" (whereas nearly everyone else scratches their head in confusion). Sneezing as the result of being exposed to a bright light—known as the photic sneeze reflex —is a genetic quirk that is still unexplained by science, even though it has intrigued some of history's greatest minds.

Aristotle mused about why one sneezes more after looking at the sun in The Book of Problems : "Why does the heat of the sun provoke sneezing?" He surmised that the heat of the sun on the nose was probably responsible.

Some 2 ,000 years later, in the early 17th century, English philosopher Francis Bacon neatly refuted that idea by stepping into the sun with his eyes closed—the heat was still there, but the sneeze was not (a compact demonstration of the fledgling scientific method). Bacon's best guess was that the sun's light made the eyes water, and then that moisture ("braine humour," literally) seeped into and irritated the nose.

Humours aside, Bacon's moisture hypothesis seemed quite reasonable until our modern understanding of physiology made it clear that the sneeze happens too quickly after light exposure to be the result of the comparatively sluggish tear ducts. So neurology steps in: Most experts now agree that crossed wires in the brain are probably responsible for the photic sneeze reflex.

A sneeze is usually triggered by an irritation in the nose, which is sensed by the trigeminal nerve, a cranial nerve responsible for facial sensation and motor control. This nerve is in close proximity to the optic nerve, which senses, for example, a sudden flood of light entering the retina. As the optic nerve fires to signal the brain to constrict the pupils, the theory goes, some of the electrical signal is sensed by the trigeminal nerve and mistaken by the brain as an irritant in the nose. Hence, a sneeze.

But because this harmless (albeit potentially embarrassing) phenomenon doesn't seem to be linked with any other medical condition, scientific study of the subject has been scarce. Research has done little more than document its existence and attempt to gauge its prevalence. No rigorous studies exist, but informal surveys peg 10 to 35 percent of the population as photic sneezers. A study in the 1960s showed that the trait is autosomal-dominant—the gene is neither on the X nor Y chromosome and only one copy of the gene has to be present for the trait to be expressed—so if one parent sneezes when they look at a bright light, about half of his or her children will, too.

The genetic culprit remains unidentified, but scientists are starting to take an interest in trying to find out. "I think it's worth doing," says Louis Ptácek , a neurologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Ptácek studies episodic disorders such as epilepsy and migraine headaches, and he believes that investigating the photic sneeze reflex could shed light on their related neurology.

Epileptic seizures are sometimes triggered by flashing lights and migraine headaches are often accompanied by photophobia. "If we could find a gene that causes photic sneezing, we could study that gene and we might learn something about the visual pathway and some of these other reflex phenomena," Ptácek says.

Even though nothing is happening, you feel tense. You're nervous about something in your life. Maybe you're nervous about someone you care about. Maybe you're nervous about your own safety. Maybe you're nervous about how others are going to see you socially. Maybe you're not even sure why you're nervous, but you can tell that you're nervous anyway.

Those with anxiety often not only feel nervous - they have more worried thoughts as well. Anxiety changes thought patterns. It genuinely makes you feel as though there is something to worry about, even when you should not be worried, and for many people this can cause them significant amounts of distress.

When you start to feel nervous about silly things, or you're nervous all the time, or the nervousness becomes too overwhelming, you may have an anxiety disorder. Find out how to control it with my free 7 minute anxiety test.

Nervousness is actually a healthy emotion. If you couldn't get nervous, you would take many more risks, and possibly put yourself in danger. Nervousness is a tool that your body uses to notify you that you should be afraid, and without it you'd have no idea that you need to fight or flee any given situation.

What makes anxiety frustrating at first is that many people do not know they have it. Their nervous thoughts feel completely normal. When someone develops anxiety, they may notice that they find more and more things to inspire feelings of nervousness. Yet to them, these are genuinely anxiety-producing stimuli.

These are often a sign that your anxiety is getting worse. Furthermore, those with anxiety often have thoughts that cascade to worst case scenarios. They cannot control a nervous thought themselves, and may even have flashes of worst-case-scenario thinking that no one can talk them out of.

It's this unprompted, potentially out of control nervousness that indicates something is wrong with your coping ability. If this nervousness is paired with physical anxiety symptoms, it is an even greater indicator that you may be suffering from a very real anxiety problem.

One of the toughest questions to answer is how you can control your nervous thoughts. Numerous psychological studies have confirmed that it's impossible to force yourself not to think about something. In fact, some studies have shown that trying not to think about something may make you more likely to think about it, because you'll have to keep reminding yourself not to think about it, thus triggering the memory.


One of the biggest challenges companies have when they recruit is getting enough candidates to choose from. In addition, they also struggle to attract the correct sort of candidate. The flow on effect of this is feeling forced to spend significant amounts of money advertising jobs and engaging recruitment agencies, which can result in lost productivity.

Ask a business development person or marketing professional when they start looking for their next deal or customer. The answer will be that they never stop looking. So why do companies not look for employees until they have an urgent requirement!

The act of recruiting a person often starts with the financial approval of a particular position. If we take a leaf out of a sales/marketing persons’ book, then the act of recruiting would never end and you would always be looking for your next employee. This begs the question, what if you are not recruiting?

To ensure sustainability in your recruitment efforts, you need people to learn what a career with your company actually looks like. One of the greatest costs for a talent acquisition team often comes from employment advertising or using recruitment agencies. The challenge here is that both of these actions are often reactive; you only use them when you have an immediate need and neither support your employer brand ventures. Sure, they promote your jobs, but what about your reputation as an employer?

Building a reputation or employer brand takes effort. The right behaviours and cultures within your organisation have to exist, and you then need to spread the message about what a caree rwith your company entails.

To build an employer brand you cannot just shout from the rooftops when you desperately need to recruit people. You need to tell the story of your business and if your story is genuine, people will start to believe your story and will follow your business. Your followers become your talent pools, your talent pools become your employees. Your future employees will have understood the culture and behaviours of your business long before they start and will often stay for longer than someone who had not experienced your brand beforehand. The best part is, promoting your employer brand can be extremely cost efficient, if not free!

Social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are by far the biggest… but be careful not to intrude on peoples’ personal space. Many people see Facebook as a personal social network and will be reluctant to engage with their current employer, never mind a potential future employer. Talk to your employees, find out which networks they use and understand how they could be engaged and which networks would be suitable/unsuitable.

Offline media like newspapers and TV are much more likely to pick up on good news stories like contract awards, the creation of new jobs and social responsibility efforts. Consider submitting articles to local newspapers and your local chamber of commerce to begin with.

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