This recipe is adapted from The Country Cook (LINK). I'm trying to put on a little weight, and this recipe is good & full of calories, and delicious!!
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees & spray down a 9x13 baking dish with cooking spray (or butter it if you want to really butter it up).
2. In a large bowl, combine the chicken, soup, mayo, milk, onion, cheese, and frozen peas. Stir it well while the egg noodles cook.
3. Gently mix in the drained egg noodles until everything is mixed well together. Now, dump it (carefully) into the pan. Your dog will thank you for any morsels that fall out.
4. Sprinkle the bread crumbs over the top. It'll be kinda thick over the top, but trust the process, k?
5. Now, as evenly as possible, pour the melted butter over the bread crumbs. This will turn that into a delicious buttery crust. Are you drooling yet?
6. Bake uncovered for 35 minutes or so until it is bubbly & golden brown.
Serve with biscuits & honey, or maybe a salad (but I mean with this much butter, you might as well dive into the carbs & call it a cheat day). Check the calorie & nutrition facts at your own risk. Enjoy!!
Today, let's dive into the world of entrepreneurship, exploring how to navigate the seas of business while managing ADHD symptoms. As a serial entrepreneur myself, ignoring the "bees in my head" and finding the focus can be SO HARD sometimes.
Before we dive into strategies, let's take a moment to celebrate the incredible entrepreneurial spirit that drives us forward. Whether you're a seasoned business owner or just getting started, your passion and dedication are the catalysts for growth and innovation. Did you know that people with ADHD are 500% more likely to be business owners? Our minds are just BUILT for it!
Finding Focus Amidst the Storm
ADHD brings its own set of challenges, but it's also accompanied by a unique set of strengths: creativity, adaptability, and resilience. It's about finding ways to harness those strengths while managing the challenges.
1. Prioritize with Purpose
Nurturing Your Ventures and Your Well-Being
Your business ventures are a reflection of your passion and dreams. Don't forget to take care of yourself in the process.
1. Self Care is Non-Negotiable
I encourage you to embrace your entrepreneurial spirit with open arms. Your unique perspective and creativity can be powerful forces for success. Together, let's celebrate the steps we take, both big and small, towards balance and well-being in business.