SWEAT FOR FUN DAY
Madame Curie 1867
She immersed herself in French and math and made ends meet cleaning glassware in university labs. Science thrilled her, and she earned a degree in physics in 1893 and another in mathematics.
*Immerse yourself in what thrills you. Even if you must grind to make ends meet.
Amy Purdy 1979
“Working out for me…[is] more to take care of myself and get those endorphins going versus it being a job like it was a few years ago.”
*Get those endorphins going today by running, dancing, and/or snowboarding. Watch Amy Purdy’s TED talk about living beyond limits, for motivation – you have no excuses today.
Billy Graham 1918
Prayer for the day: “Almighty God, how glorious are my thoughts of You, for You are everywhere loving and caring for the minutest details of our lives!”
*On Billy Graham’s website you can get a daily devotional and a prayer for the day. This may be something that you want to put in your daily routine.
What is your prayer for today?
Laura Vitale 1986
Vitale’s YouTube channel can get an average of 230,000 views per day from different sources. This generates an estimated $350 per day ($130,000 a year) from the ads that appear on the videos.
*This makes me realize that I need to get a 365DOLF YouTube channel.
What is the name of your YouTube channel?
Herman J. Mankiewicz 1897 – watch Citizen Kane
Mankiewicz, along with Welles, would share the sole Oscar awarded to the film: Best Original Screenplay.
*Watch Mank win an Oscar for writing Citizen Kane.
Samin Nosrat 1979 – Salt – Fat – Acid – Heat
Salt – Add it in the right amount, at the right time, in the right form, and your food will be delicious. Fat – makes 5 distinct textures possible: Crisp, Creamy, Flaky, Tender, and Light. Acid – acid balances flavor Heat – the primary decision is whether to cook food slowly over gentle heat or quickly over intense heat
Breakfast: Nekisia’s Olive Oil and Sea Salt Granola 
Lunch: Cacio e Pepe – Think of this recipe as the best mac and cheese you’ll ever make in your life! 
Dinner: Slow-Roasted pork tacos from Salt Fat Acid Heat – remember to “bow to the taco” 
Dessert: Apple Tart with Aaron’s Tart Dough from Salt Fat Acid Heat 
*Cook like Nosrat all day. Get her book or watch her Netflix show
BONUS: Taco Charlton 1994 – “Bow to the Taco” – Rather than contorting one’s taco to fit into one’s mouth, Samin, suggests bowing one’s head so the taco remains intact.
SNUB – Elsa Hosk 1988