One of the suggestions for blog postings was “the next recipe you are going to tackle”. And fortunately for me, this is an easy one because I just so happened to have picked a new recipe to try out tomorrow for Christmas Baking Day: Marshmallow Puff Tartlets.
And just to be different, I’m going to make half of them with jam, as shown in that picture and half with caramel. Because it’s Christmas and therefore sugar and butter should be mixed together at every opportunity.
I’ll be sure to blog the results!
Beware: There will be spoilers!
One of the things I’ve been doing while on vacation at my sister’s place is catching up on movies that I haven’t watched because I’ve been dedicating all my time to school in the last two years. One such movie was Turbo, about a snail who loves car racing and dreams of being the fastest snail. And I know you’ll find this hard to believe, but through an accident with some nitrous oxide, he becomes fast enough to race in the Indy 500! What are the odds of that happening to a snail who loves car racing? I’m pretty sure there were no snails harmed in the making of this movie.
It didn’t do that well at the box office, but I thought it was adorable! My favourite line was when Turbo’s older brother, who is always worried that Turbo will get hurt, asks him, “What would you do if tomorrow you woke up and your powers were gone?” and then Turbo replies, “Well, I better make the most of today.” Words to live by, little snail. Words to live by.
Hey, remember that time I finished all my classes for my MBA? Did you ever wonder what all those classes I took were? Lucky for you, I have a spreadsheet!
I did some colour coding, because everything is better with colour coding.
- Dark purple is for the Integrated Core – this took the first 10 months of the program and included a whole whack of different subjects (Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Organizational Behaviour, Supply Chain Management, Information Technology Management, Business Ethics, Statistics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics), plus integrated case studies, a business simulation game, and a business plan).
- Orange is for the post-core modules I took from the MBA program.
- Green is for courses I took from outside of Sauder.
- Yellow is for courses I took from the Executive MBA in Healthcare program at Sauder.
In conclusion, I learned a lot of stuff!