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I received the following message from a friend this morning:
"When I was walking out of the supply store yesterday, hands full of boxes, this older man, an employee, asked whether I was ticklish. I say "no" and start walking away fast. He then says "I was going to tickle you... do you have time? I say "huh? no..." and kept walking. He stayed behind me ...
After writing my post on Success, the following question bubbled up on Facebook:
"I hope you don't mind me asking, but does Happy Herbivore, the cookbooks and other spin-offs, support you financially or do you have to do other work? I hope the former"
I don't mind the question, it's something I've wanted to talk about, but haven't because here I go being controversial again!
Anytime I hear a blogger say they make a living ...
Last night Scott posted this image on my Facebook wall:
It's something I've come to appreciate, yet also lose sight of, as Happy Herbivore has grown.
Anytime I'm interviewed, the interviewer is quick to ask me for tips, or secrets -- how can someone else replicate what I've done. How they can create their own Happy Herbivore and I always fumble because I really don't know what I did or what I didn't do.
A year ago Scott came home from work and told me he'd been transferred to St. Maarten, and we were moving to the Caribbean.
From the beginning we knew it was temporary, a one-year assignment. We'd assumed after the year was up we'd be transferred back to New York City or to some other property owned by Scott's employer.
Then, just before I left for my Europe trip, we learned that we wouldn't be transferred ...
I feel like I should have a badge that says "I survived e.coli!"
Actually, we're not entirely sure that's what I had, but it seems the likely candidate. Let me back up: Towards the tail end of my Eurotrip I ended up with a bad case of food poisoning. (I guess no case of food poisoning is "good" so maybe my descriptive word should be "severe").
It was a salad that did me in. I even have ...