Workshop Wednesday – October 10, 2012

Each Wednesday I randomly select a cover letter sent in by sports job seekers and critique the letter. (Sorry this one is Thursday – I had a procedure on my hand yesterday and couldn’t type, unfortunately.) If you want to know more about how it works or how to send in your cover letter, see this post. I have left comments…

Workshop Wednesday – October 3, 2012

Each Wednesday I randomly select a cover letter sent in by sports job seekers and critique the letter. If you want to know more about how it works or how to send in your cover letter, see this post. I have left comments open, but I will only approve comments with respectful questions or comments. Please note, names and companies have…

Guilt-Free Pumpkin Recipes

Crock pot with pumpkin chicken recipe
Just after putting all the ingredients for Crock Pot Pumpkin Chicken on to cook

What do pumpkin recipes have in common with sports? Not much except they both combine to make fall my favorite season. What’s not to love? Football has started, baseball is entering the post-season, and pumpkin-flavored everything is everywhere!

Unfortunately, most of the pumpkin fare offered by restaurants, bakeries and coffee shops is pumped full of sugar. Pumpkin by itself is relatively healthy. According to the site where I snagged one of my recipes,

Pumpkin is known for being high in fiber and low in sugar, but still giving lots of flavor. 1/2 a cup of pumpkin is only 40 calories and 9 carbs, 5 of which are fiberous which leaves you only 4 net carbs!

So, this fall I’ve been on a mission to find pumpkin recipes I can enjoy guilt-free. Since I know many of my friends and followers love pumpkin as much as me, I wanted to share the recipes that have worked out for me.

Pumpkin Cake Pancakes

Pumpkin Protein Shake

Crock Pot Pumpkin Chicken

Here are the recipes…

Putting Yourself Out There

When I speak to groups of students, I always try to stress how important it is to put yourself out there. It’s not enough to just meet people, you should be telling them your goals if given the opportunity. You will be amazed at the people who will help you along the way. To illustrate, I want to share with…

Workshop Wednesday – September 26, 2012

Each Wednesday I randomly select a cover letter sent in by sports job seekers and critique the letter. If you want to know more about how it works or how to send in your cover letter, see this post. I have left comments open, but I will only approve comments with respectful questions or comments. Please note, names and companies have…

Mailbag: Finding the Right Path for Your Dream Job

Sorry for the little hiatus I’ve taken from the site, but between the start of college football season (which means lots of travel for me) and selling my house, I’ve been a little overbooked lately. I’m going to start a new mailbag feature with questions I receive from you all. If you want to submit a question, email me. Today’s…

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