Originally Written by Henrik Erdberg on Positivity Blog
I am the kind of person that prefers hot days rather than cold ones. I was born in México City, country closer to the the Equator and right in the middle of the country where temperatures are not as drastic as in the north so is really hard for me to bare the cold european winter. I found the Positivity blog a year ago and has helped me in many ways and this week a read the newest post and thought it would be a good idea to share Henrik’s tips for you if you don’t know him or his page:
In a dark, cold, rainy (sometimes) snowy winter, it is not easy to keep the energy and optimism up like in the bright and warm summer days. And spring is still far away.
Here are 5 simple habits that make it a lot easier to stay positive and keep the energy up even throughout this dark and often grey season.
It may not be the quickest pizza recipe, but is quite simple. It didn’t take me more than half an hour, I can tell you.
This is what I do when I’m hungry and, either don’t have too much in my fridge but leftovers or my time is not much. I make a pizza, but not from scratch and not with pizza dough but store-bought puff pastry. This time I blanched some broccoli and smashed them a bit to mix them with the first cheese I found (gouda most of the times), seasoned with salt and pepper and poured on the pastry which I had previously put inside of the oven at 200ºC punching with a fork a frame 1 inch away of the edge. And to finish I added some date tomatoes halved and seasoned with olive oil. And in 20 minutes is ready, puffed and golden. Love it!
Simple and to the point: whipped cream, grapes, almonds and choco streusel