Making a packed lunch is one thing, but doing it every night can get a little bit much. So the key is to be organised and pack your lunches for the week. But how do you do this without the ineviable dread of eating the same thing every day for a week after having prepared a big batch of something.
We are a massive fan of the Crock-Pot here at North-West Jobs. We can’t tell you just how many happy coversations have taken place in our canteen over their simplicity, convience and versatility. We must admit however, that these conversations normally take place in winter months. Slowcooker recipes normally lend themselves to winter food. Warm and cosy soups and stews spring to mind when we think of the Crock-Pot.
A friend of mine recently finished a relationship, based solely on the reason that she felt that her partner was holding her back. She is adventurous and loves to travel, but is also fiercely career driven and loves to achieve and progress. He is a chilled and relaxed individual, happy to work just enough to have what he needs and spend the rest of his time in the outdoors.
Learning is fun! No I know you’re rolling your eyes and think I sound like an incessantly peppy cheerleader, but it really is. I love learning and I actually enjoy studying, to a degree. In the darkest of my university days there was nowhere I’d rather have been less than the library. Especially during May and June (exam season) but that was only because the sun was out and Botanic was busy. You Belfast university kids will know what I’m talking about.
Quesadillas are one of our absolute favourite mexican dishes. A griddled cheese filled tortilla may sound a little naughty, but trust us, it’s beautiful.
And you can fill it with anything from shredded meat, to eggs, veggies, avocados, you name it, it will work.
I have encountered a few challenges starting up my business. Building the facilities and financing the equipment took time and hard work.
Folllowing on from our infographic yesterday about how to keep your employees happy, we thought we’d ask you, our readers, how many of you feel happy and valued at work? Do you feel appreciated and looked after by your employer? Or do you dread going to work in the morning because your boss is a fire breathing dragon?