I’m Not Afraid to Admit When I’ve Failed

A few weeks ago I decided to make tuna steak for dinner. I’ve made it before and paired it with a salad and it turned out well but this time I failed. I like sushi, but for some reason having the raw center after I cook fish did not sit well with me at all. Like I said the first time I made it, it was good but this time when I cut into it, it didn’t look appetizing so I threw it out but I kinda wish I took a picture of it to share with you guys. I’ve learned that where I went wrong was buying the fish frozen and not fresh. I’ll have to try again and share my results.

“Don’t be scared of failure, learn from it, and try again.” –Unknown

I’m trying to be a little more adventurous with my food choices. I stated in one of my earlier blogs, “I was tired of eating the same types of vegetables.” I feel the same way about my protein. Also, according to WebMD, in addition many other benefits “tuna is an excellent source of vitamin B12, an essential vitamin needed to make DNA. Vitamin B12 also helps you to form new red blood cells and prevent the development of anemia. The health benefits of eating tuna also include lower Risk of Heart Disease. The high levels of omega-3 fatty acids in tuna fish may help to reduce the level of omega-6 fatty acids and LDL cholesterol that can accumulate inside the arteries of the heart.” It’s never too late to start taking care of your health and yourself. You owe it to yourself.

taken from http://www.culinaryhill.com

Bon Appetit



Published by tam33ks

I have a long history with mental illness. Overcoming depression made me realize my own resilience. It also made it clear that I wasn’t taking care of myself. I believe that in order for us to fully engage with ourselves and others we have to make time for self-love through our self-care habits. My goal with this blog is to encourage women in my age group to make time for self-care daily.

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