It’s spring o’clock! Spring means a lot of joyous things, on of them being margaritas! Many places in North America are still experiencing snow and chilly weather so as an effort to heat things up, I am sharing my Jalapeño & Cucumber Marg recipe. Enjoy!
Prep time: 5 mins
Total time before first sip: 1 hr 5 mins.
1/2 cup tequila, or more to taste
1/2 cup fresh lime juice
1/4 cup orange liqueur
1/4 cup agave nectar
1 jalapeño pepper, halved and seeded (leave half the seeds for extra spice)
4 thin slices cucumber, or more to taste
4 wedges lime
2 tablespoons kosher salt, or as needed
ice, as needed
4 slices cucumber
Beach daze ❤️ (at Oceanside Beach)
Since my company relocated to Las Vegas nearly two years ago, I’ve been working remotely from my home. Since I’ve started working for the company I have traveled frequently for work and learned how to work from pretty much anywhere. Airport floors, crowded restaurants, sports stadiums, you…
My colleague slash friend, @alanagolob, shares a little about her work-from-home experience and her first Remotely Fun coffee shop review from Scottsdale, AZ. I can’t wait to try Sip Coffee & Beer House next time I’m in Arizona!
Working remotely has it’s advantages & it’s challenges. For me, it’s important to get out of the house occasionally and experience a change of scenery so I can focus. Over the next few weeks I will visit a selection of North County, San Diego coffee shops and review them here on my Tumblr page. My friend/coworker alanagolob will do the same in Scottsdale, Az.
Today, I worked remotely from Cafe Ipe in Leucadia for a few hours.
Here are the highlights:
The verdict: This place rocks and was a great escape from my home office for a few hours. The coffee is wonderful, staff friendly (enough), and wasn’t too crowded. Big bonus: they don’t make smoothies so the annoying sound of a blender wasn’t a distraction.
More photos of Cafe Ipe:
Photo above from Cafe Ipe’s Instagram
Whoever said that diamonds are a girl’s best friend never had a dog.
Thankful for the extra hour of sunlight // Carlsbad, Ca
Every person is a new door to a different world.
I’ve been enjoying the book “The 5 Love Languages” by Gary Chapman lately. As I dive deeper into the book and learn about the different ways each individual person expresses love, it has made me realize how special and unique each and every person is. Each person you get to know truly is an opportunity to explore a whole new world. And exploring goes hand in hand with learning.
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