Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Cooking

Cooking is one of my love languages. When done with love instead of obligation, it can be therapeutic There’s something calming and rewarding about the start and finish of a dish. How is cooking motivational? The ability to cook is rarely a gift. Most of the time, it is learned. The title of good cook is earned by traveling a path of trial and errors. When people say they don’t have anyone to cook for, that isn’t true. Cooking for yourself is cooking for someone. The ability to cook isn’t restricted to an oven or stove. Little cooks usually start with non-bake recipes. Why can’t you?

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