Friday, October 30, 2015

Life: Friday Ramblings

Happy Friday, Lovelies!
Two weeks ago I introduced a new series called Friday Ramblings that will be posted bi-weekly.
I asked for feedback from my readers and I was glad to receive very positive comments.
Thanks again to everyone who participated in the survey to help me create this series!


Really, REALLY excited for…
My Mushy’s Halloween parade and party at her school!
I won the battle with my husband and the baby girl is officially going as Olaf.
Between the candy, desserts, and the pumpkin contest, this is bound to be a good time!

Stressing about…
All of the pimples that keep popping up on my face and won’t go away!
I don’t mean to brag, but I usually have decent skin.  This could only mean ONE thing:  Stress!
I’m stressing over the house buying process (EEP!), but the pimples from that stress are causing stress!

Can’t stop cooking…
With pesto!  I’ve been smearing heaps on everything and totally LOVING it!
It’s amazing how some pesto can turn a simple dish into something a little fancy and very delicious.
Last night I made baked tilapia fillets smothered with pesto sauce.  So easy and so yummy!

The big win for the week…
Is the amazing and hard earned ONE HUNDRED PERCENT on my Financial Management test!
Either my professor took pity on me, or all those hours of isolation and studying finally paid off.
Confession:  The test was only 2 questions.  But, it was 2 very CHALLENGING questions.  Still a win!

Obsessing over…
This past Sunday’s episode of The Walking Dead!
I won’t give away any spoilers, but I don’t believe that what they made appear happen really happened.
Here’s to hoping that you know who is alive, well, and hiding under a heap of dead zombies!

Really, REALLY struggling with…
My healthy life swaps.  I went real strong for about 6 months and then my bad habits snuck back in.
I need to review my old goals and get myself back on track before all my hard work is in vain.
Besides, no one really wants to gain winter weight especially before the winter even starts!

What are some of your Friday Ramblings?

**If anyone is interested in making this series a link up, please let me know.  I'd be more than happy to set it up!**

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

List: Ten free weekend activities to do at home.

The past few weekends my family and I have found ourselves huddled inside our apartment.
In an attempt to hoard some last minute cash before our home purchase, we’ve been staying in.
I do love me some time inside to sip wine and catch up on housework, but we’re officially bored.
By bored, I mean complete cabin fever, scratching at the doors, DYING to get out, boredom.
When we officially couldn’t take it anymore, we started to enjoy some inside activities.
It was nice to have fun and spend some quality time with my family for free.

Ten free weekend activities to do at home.

1.  Start, join, or manage a fantasy sports team.
This is real fun, especially when your competition is family, friends, or co-workers.
It’s amazing how a fantasy sports game can automatically make watching a game 10x more intense!

2.  Complete a 3-D puzzle.
The 3D puzzles that make something like a house are very difficult and lots of fun to do.
Make sure you clear off your dining room table and get ready for it to be occupied for a few days!

3.  Fill up the freezer with pre-made meals.
I’m famous for always having frozen tubs of sauce & meatballs, different soups, and stews within reach.
This makes your life so much easier during the week and is great for those surprise dinner guests!

4.  Family manicures and pedicures.
Fill up the tub to soak your family’s toes in water and baby oil.  Then clip, file, & cut each other’s cuticles.
My baby girl will only do her nails when she sees that mommy and daddy are doing it too!

5.  Binge-watch a whole season of a TV show.
Pick a series that you’ve been dying to see, and watch as much as you can.
We do this at night when we’re winding down to go to sleep.  Why not rock it on the weekends?

6.  Play an intense game of Monopoly.
Rock the traditional game of Monopoly, but make the game all about an intense wager.
Winner gets to pick a movie rental?  Helllooo chick flick that I NEVER get to watch with company!!

7.  Have a family dance party.
Learn how to do the Salsa, the Merengue, or any dance you like and practice as a family.
Luckily, my husband enjoys teaching us these dances, but you can always rock YouTube to learn!

8.  Complete a crossword puzzle.
It’s amazing how difficult crossword puzzles actually are and they’re real fun to do with a partner.
Cheaters that rock Google during this should have to do the dishes for an entire week!

9.  Host a pot luck dinner.
Have your family and friends come over with a different dish, beverage or dessert.
Enjoying people’s company and indulging in a gourmet meal without all the work is a great time!

10.  Make homemade candy.
It’s cheaper than buying candy at the store and way more impressive when you hand it out.
Please don’t do this on Halloween.  There’s nothing scarier than homemade candy from strangers!

What are your favorite free weekend activities to do at home?

Monday, October 26, 2015

List: Ten ways to take on a challenge.

This time last year I decided that I wasn't just a mommy.
That meant to start blogging again, to nurture all of my relationships, and to go back to school.
As much as I hate admitting this, I've been in college since 2008 and I still don't have a bachelors.
Since being a mom is still a priority along with my job, I decided to take online classes to save time.
I miss the classroom setting with a person explaining everything in detail and answering all of my questions.
That aside, the past year I dipped my toes into the online college experience by taking easy classes.
By easy I mean Intro to African Culture and History of India.  These classes were a breeze and enjoyable!
This semester I dipped my entire foot into the water by taking a financial management class.
This class is, to say the VERY least, a challenge.
In a grand effort to save my GPA and to not waste more time/money, I'm accepting the challenge to pass!
Here's to any passing grade that my brain can grant me!

Ten ways to take on a challenge.

1.  Identify the problem.
Annuities & bond calcs are tough to learn by reading the text and not having a professor to answer questions.
E-mails and YouTube videos are really not a equal replacement for this class!

2.  Set a goal.
I'd really like to not only pass the class, but to at least get a C+ so my GPA doesn't take a HUGE hit.
I don't think my transcript has seen anything less than a B- like, ever.

3.  Set time aside to accomplish this goal.
Every Saturday evening until this class is over is officially dedicated to me passing this class.
This has slowly spilled into late Saturday afternoons all the way through Saturday night.

4.  Find a place where there are no distractions.
Lucky for me, my nook in Starbucks only has the distraction of coffee and petite vanilla scones.
As much as I love my Mushy, this is one of the few things I can't accept her over eager help with.

5.  Ask for help.
I reached out to my professor via e-mail letting her know that I'm finding this class very challenging.
She gave me some online tools and calculators that have really been very helpful.

6.  Educate yourself on the topic.
My lunch breaks have been spent reading and re-reading my textbook.
As dedicated as I am, I'm starting to actually dread my lunch hour!

7.  Be organized.
I've highlighted every page of my text, put notes in the margins, and made web browser bookmarks.
I also invested in these super cute sticky tabs that I really like to stick on everything!

8.  Get support.
Madre and my husband have become constant cheerleaders and motivators for me.
They pick up the slack when I'm tucked away in my nook and they don't let me quit!

9.  Constantly remind yourself why you need to overcome this.
My GPA will suffer.  I'll lose my money.  I'd be no closer to my bachelors.
Not to mention, I'd have to pass it eventually to be able to get my bachelors!

10.  Don't stop until you get it right.
I won't move on to a different example until I get the answer right and understand how I got to it.
You'd know from the crumpled pieces of paper around me exactly how frustrating this part is!

What has been challenging you lately and how are you dealing with it?

Friday, October 23, 2015

Recipe: Sausage Minestrone Soup

**It's that time of the year again, folks!  It's officially soup season!**

As you all know, I'm really, extra, super busy.
That is totally not a complaint.  I love being busy.
I also dislike eating out for health reasons and to save money.
In order to make this possible with my ridiculous work schedule, I cook in advance.
On a Sunday, you will find me in the kitchen cooking massive amounts of something.
This Sunday I happened to make my husband's favorite dish, homemade Minestrone Soup.
I used to make this vegan style, but that did not fill up my Cuban.

Easy Minestrone Soup With Sausage
This makes for a very large pot of soup.  I freeze the leftover soup (less pasta) for later.

2lbs Cheese and Parsley Sausage Ring
1/2 Cup Olive Oil
(1) 16oz Can Diced Tomatoes
(2) 8oz Cans Kidney Beans
(1) 8oz Can Cannellini Beans
(1/2) Cup Parmesan Cheese
2.5lbs Potatoes
1 Bag Baby Carrots
2 LARGE boxes of Chicken Broth
2-3 Cups Water
1.5 Tsp Dried Oregano
2 Heavy Shakes of Red Pepper Flakes
1Tbsp Dried Parsley
1 Tbsp Dried Basil
Salt (I use Lawry's Seasoned Salt for extra flavor)

Cut the casing off of all the sausage.  Brown the sausage and separate it until it crumbles.  Drain and put in a large pot.  Peel and dice your potatoes and put in the pot.  Cut your carrots and place in pot along with all the other listed ingredients.  Make sure that all the ingredients are covered with chicken broth, if not, add 2-3 cups of water.  Stir and bring to a boil.  Lower the heat and cook for 2 hours.
In the words of MushyFace, Yummy Yummy Yummy!

I then boil a half pound of ditalini pasta and serve it with the soup.
Do not add the pasta to the large pot of soup because you will need to freeze the leftovers less the pasta.
This should make for 2-3 full meals depending on how many people you are filling up.
Feel free to add a dollop of ricotta.  Ohh how I love ricotta on everything.

Have you or will you make Sausage Minestrone Soup?

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

List: Ten things that are scary about Halloween.

With Halloween less than 2 weeks away, I'm in full holiday mode!
I'm already inviting people to watch Mushy in a parade and I'm stock piling candy.
Not to mention, I also won the costume argument.  It's official.  Mushy will be Olaf per her request!
I have my autumn themed decorations through out the house and a pumpkin jar filled with candy corn.
We went pumpkin picking and all four of Mushy's picks are neatly displayed on the front stoop.
I also stocked my pantry with all the seasonal apple pies I could find.  Yum!!
But, as fun as this holiday is, there are many things that scare me about it.

Then things that scare me about Halloween.

1.  Fake rats sitting on people's property.
Nothing's worse than those very realistic looking rubber rats that everyone puts out.
Be honest, how many times did those toy rats make you jump?!

2.  All the missing eggs in the grocery store.
Every purchased egg carton on Halloween makes it that much more likely that you'll be egged the day of.
Have you ever been egged?  If not, believe me when i say it HURTS!

3.  All the delicious candy laying around the house.
I already went through half a bag of Pumpkin Reese's by myself, and I still got 2 weeks to go.
Ladies and gentlemen, my butt does not need those extra calories.  Get the candy away!

4.  Masked teenagers knocking on my door for candy at 9PM.
If you're old enough to be out at 9PM, you're too old to be trick or treating.
When this inevitably happens, you can't help but wonder if it's a serial killer at the door!

5.  Possible frost bite from standing outside trick or treating.
On Long Island, it's pretty freaking cold out in October, especially to be walking around in a thin costume.
Let's take a quick vote of who want's to move this holiday up a month!  Any takers?

6.  Candy that's clearly been tampered with.
It could be a simple rip or a manufacturer defect, but I'm automatically thinking it's poisoned goods.
Getting free food from strangers does not rank high on my OCD list.

7.  Teenage girls walking around in hoochie mama outfits.
Halloween is not an excuse to walk around looking skanky.
I'm all for a clever costume that's a little sexy, but walking around half naked in front of kids is not ok.

8.  The ridiculously overpriced Halloween costumes.
I refuse to spend more than $30 on a costume my baby girl will wear once.
Clearly the stores don't care about my refusal because they're all priced $50 and up!  Errr

9.  People lurking around my car.
Unfortunately, some people think of this holiday as a green light to damage people's property.
Put down the toilet paper, shaving cream, silly string, and eggs.  Now back away from my car...

10.  The men dressed up as decorations that jump up at you randomly.
It might be funny for you, but you get me and everybody else EVERY time.
Besides, you just made me pee in my overprice costume.  Not nice!!

What scares you most about Halloween?

Monday, October 19, 2015

List: Ten things that I'd like my daughter to know.

After watching a particularly upsetting Lifetime movie, I started to think about equally upsetting things.
This specific TV movie was about a woman who passed away and left behind a very young daughter.
I’m tearing up just thinking about this.  I can’t even imagine not being there to see my Mushy grow!
The daughter was very young when she passed.  The only memory she had of her mother was a picture.
This got me thinking, if something was to God forbid happen tomorrow, what would I want Mushy to know?
Sorry folks for the ridiculously depressing post.  I swear that I’ll lighten it up in a moment!

This one's for you, baby girl!

Ten things I want my daughter to know.

1.  Always keep the company of reliable people, but never rely on anyone.
Independence is key.  With it comes a sense of security and never the need to settle.

2.  Save your regrets for the things you did instead of the things you didn’t do.
Living like me and being cautious of everything makes you miss out on moments that you’ll never get back.

3.  Don’t live life counting every calorie, and once in a while, eat the damn cheeseburger.
It’s important to consider health but it’s also important to indulge.  Indulgences make life worth living.

4.  Always keep up with your appearance.
Being pampered will always keep you confident, motivated, and ready for a spontaneous night on the town!

5.  Periodically take time to re-familiarize yourself with yourself.
We change as we grow.  It’s important to know every bit of yourself inside and out at all times.

6.  Never put off a doctor’s appointment, ever.
Health determines your quality and length of life.  It’s vital to regularly monitor and maintain it.

7.  Treasure every moment you can, and forget the moments you can’t.
Life is way too short to live with grudges.  Find a way to move past things as quickly as you can.

8.  In every aspect of your life, always choose quality over quantity.
This is particularly true when it comes to companions, friendships, and shoes!

9.  Be content with what you have, but always have your eyes open.
As you grow so will your desires and needs.  Don’t keep at it just because you’re comfortable.

10.  Celebrate everything.
Every accomplishment, no matter the size, deserves a celebration.  Be proud of everything you do.

What ten things would you want your child to know?

Friday, October 16, 2015

Life: Friday ramblings.

Happy Friday, lovelies!
I asked what my readers wanted to hear, and you guys were amazing enough to answer.
I was shocked to learn that what you guys wanted to hear about the most was me!
Shocked may be true, but I was mostly flattered!!  I mean, you guys DO care!!
In an attempt to give what you all what you want, I'll be starting a new series called Friday ramblings.
It will be fun, light hearted, and filled with little snippets of my world.
In return, I hope to hear little snippets of your life in the comments section so we can get to know each other.
While I'll try to do this regularly, it will not post weekly.
I mean, my life isn't THAT interesting that you'll want a weekly play by play.  Trust me!

Without any further adieu, introducing R&W's first Friday Ramblings!
If you have any suggestions, requests, or if you just hate this series, please let me know.


Current Goal:

I want to fully potty train my little Mushy Face!
With the help of her school, we've been pushing this whole potty training thing full force.
She's rocking her pink Pull Up panties and is constantly asked "Do you have to pee pee?"
Tuesday morning we had a breakthrough!  She told ME she had to pee pee without my saying anything!!

Current Big News:

My husband and I are in the process of buying a house!
We found a nice home in an amazing school district within our price range.
We settled on a price, got pre-approved for a mortgage, and now we're writing up the contracts.
We're hopping to be in our new home before Christmas.
Although, we're refusing to pop a bottle of champagne until the contracts are signed!

Current Obsession:

My little Mushy dressing up as Olaf for Halloween.
I think she looks stinking adorable as Olaf.
She's also REALLY excited about this.  She's been begging to be Olaf for a month now.
Since we officially bought the costume, she keeps telling everyone "I be Olaf"!
Now to just get daddy on board.  My husband isn't too happy that she's dressing up as a "boy".  Smh...

Current Eye Candy:

Charles Michael Davis from the originals.
This actor is hot as hell with a voice that should be on a phone sex hotline!
While I'm completely obsessed with the show, he totally is the icing on the cake.
We've been watching The Originals every night, and every night he makes me swoon!
Oh please!  My hubby's swooning over this character's love interest, Rebecca.  It's totally fair!

Current Playlist:

I can't stop listening to Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony's duet, No Me Ames.
This song is in my head and I can't seem to get it out.
I've even been humming it to myself in my cubicle, in the car, and in the shower.
This is surprising because I generally dislike J-Lo's music, but I do love me some Marc Anthony!

What are some of your Friday Ramblings?

**If anyone is interested in making this series a link up, please let me know.  I'd be more than happy to set it up!**

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

List: Ten ways to get rid of zombie feet.

I just wanted to say thank you very much to everyone who participated in my survey!
I know, I know.  R&W is all about fun and not making my readers do extra work.  I’m sorry…
Your comments and ratings were helpful.  You should know that I’m taking them all very seriously.
I have some plans for Raviolis & Waterworks and I wanted all of you to take part in it.
If you didn’t take the survey, but would like to, you can access it by clicking here.


An anonymous commenter left me a future post request that I just had to answer right away.
Not only was it appropriate for Halloween season, but many would consider it an emergency condition.
Bonus points for the reader that can figure out who our mystery survey taker was! 

Ten ways to get rid of zombie feet.

1.  Cut your toe nails bi-weekly.
Every other Saturday, I either take a few minutes to groom my toe nails myself or get a pedicure.
I rock professional pedicures during sandal season and skip them during boot season!

2.  Moisturize your feet daily.
One of the first things I do after my morning shower, is moisturize my feet with CoCoa Butter cream.
Not to mention, cocoa butter cream smells absolutely delicious.  Why wouldn’t you do this?!

3.  Sleep with Vaseline and socks on your feet.
Before bed, I slather Vaseline on my heels and protect it with my husband’s socks.
May I suggest asking your husband before stealing his socks.  Mine wasn’t too happy with this at first…

4.  Let your toe nails breathe.
As much as I love to have colored toes, I always let my nails go naked a while so they have time to breathe.
If you don’t rock natural nails for a few days in between mani/pedis, your nails will turn yellow.  Ew.

5.  Periodically soak your feet in treated water.
Before home pedicures, I soak my feet in a tub filled with water, apple cider vinegar, and baby oil.
This not only moisturizes, but makes it real easy to cut my own cuticles and scrape away dead skin.

6.  Invest in paraffin treatments.
I try and do this a couple of times a year, typically before sandal season and sometime mid-winter.
You’re skin feels it’s best right after the paraffin treatment is peeled off.  Oh, how I love that!

7.  Don’t walk around barefoot.
Walking around barefoot is unsanitary and a great way to get things like foot fungus and warts.
All I can say to this is, bleh gag barf!!!!!

8.  Wear shoes that fit.
Believe it or not, your feet can shape themselves to your shoes.  Make sure shoes fit and are comfortable.
I’m always seeing ladies with slanted toes and horrible bunions which can be attributed to tight shoes.

9.  Remove chipped nail polish.
You’re feet may be in mint condition, but chipped polish can still make them appear like zombie feet!
For the love of God, invest in polish remover and rock natural nails in between fresh coats of paint!

10.  Stay away from zombies.
The most important tip of all is:  If you don’t want to have zombie feet, stay the hell away from zombies!
I mean, with all the zombie TV shows around, we all know how this works already, don’t we?!

How do you get rid of zombie feet?

Friday, October 9, 2015

Discussion: The Official National Tears of Gratitude Association

Ladies and gentlemen, I learned of something real interesting the other day.
During Buddy and I’s monthly reunion, he suggested that we start our own business.
He told me about a new Japanese company and he wants to start an American version here.
We may no longer be co-workers, but we’re still friends and we’re still interested in Japanese politics.
Just to be clear, I gave Buddy’s business proposal a big, fat no.

Basically, you hire a sexy man to come make you cry and then wipe away your tears.
You have several different “types” of men to choose from including a bad boy or an older man.
Then you would set up a date to have this man come and make you cry with sad movies.
Once the tears start flowing, this sexy he-man will come on over and wipe away your tears.
The sad part is, these men are certified in the art of therapeutic crying.  It’s a real thing, no joke!
You can have this entire experience solo or with a group for the low price of about $65.

What does Jax think?
I see wrong nothing with this!  I mean, I’d rather get a mani/pedi for $65, but who am I to judge?!
Sometimes a girl just needs a good cry, so why not hire someone sexy to wipe away those tears?
Besides, this may make for one of the most depressing yet greatest bachelorette parties of all time!

What do you think about the Japanese company Ikemeso?

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

R&W: Jax needs your help.

Ladies and gentlemen, I need your help.
R&W is my virtual home away from home.  It's my retreat from the real world.
In other words, blogging is a significant part of my life and I love it!

As much as I love what I do, I want to make sure all of you do too.
I'm asking that my readers take a few short seconds to complete the short survey listed below.
It's going to help me shape R&W into the page I want it to be.
This little spot in the web is going to go through some slight transformations for the better.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Bloghop: Question of the Month

The very entertaining and talented Mike from A Life Examined has graciously decided to host a party.
Well, it might not be a party exactly, but it’s at least considered a gathering!
He has initiated a bloghop called Question of the Month and I’m honored to a part of it.
It was open to the world, but Jax can pretend that it’s an exclusive “gathering”, right? RIGHT?!

Who would play you in a movie of your life?

There are several lovely ladies that I admire and secretly wish I was comparable to.
No, I'm not jealous of them.  Instead, it's more of a girl crush. 
If the time ever came that my life became a movie, I would only hope one of them would volunteer to be me!

Let's play a Jax game and see if you can guess who the winner is.
I'm sure all ten of these gorgeous celebrities are jumping for joy at being mentioned in my honorable list...

1.  Evangeline Lilly
She seems nice, care free, down to earth, and natural.
If only we shared those piercing blue eyes, cute freckles, and the love of the outdoors.

2.  Lucy Hale
She seems cute, motivated, and to know her worth.
If only we shared that gorgeous head of hair and killer eye brows .

3.  Isla Fisher
She has the red hair that I constantly fail to replicate and seems to have my spunk.
If only we shared that flawless pale skin and natural fire. 

4.  Nina Dobrev
She seems to go after what she wants and not be afraid to take chances.
If only we shared her height, perfect body, and powerful demeanor.

5.  Mila Kunis
She seems romantic, free spirited, and to easily go where life takes her.
If only we shared those mysterious eyes, sexy voice, and ability to make anything look easy.

6.  Lea Michele
She seems completely at ease in her own skin and admirably confident.
If only we shared her voice and impeccable way with words.

7.   Rachel McAdams
She seems loyal, kind, and very independent.
If only we shared her grace and her flawless ability to present herself.

8.  Rachel Bilson
She seems like that girl next door that everyone wants to be friends with.
If only we shared that killer smile and carefree attitude.

9.  Anne Hathaway
She's seems to be naturally beautiful inside and out, quirky, and all around fabulous.
If only we shared her talent and impeccable fashion sense.

And the winner is...

10.  Kristen Bell
She seems petite, quirky, out going, genuinely happy, and an all around ball of fun.
She doesn't let her size and smaller frame stand in her way of success.
I like to think of myself as Kristen Bell with darker skin, darker hair, and darker eyes. 

While I adore all the ladies listed above for many different reasons, I feel a connection with Kristen Bell.
Now, I know that none of these people are probably anything like the way I perceive them.
But they each have something that I genuinely admire, wish we had in common, and that I relate to.
Congratulations, Kristen!  I know that you'd drop everything to star me in your next film adventure!

Who would you want to play you in a movie about your life?

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