How does “Stay at home” and working goes?

There have been so many people who have always envied that I work from home; and that they would love to do so. Free time and so on... "Yes, exactly! I always thought and still a few other things, but I prefer not to repeat them here 😉. Now many of them are allowed to work from home and don't get anything done, just complain, don't get anything organized, and after one or two weeks, they are already close to burnout. But I don't want to be like that, even if I am a bit gloating. I tell you what the problem is...

Corona Essential Life Hacks – 1 to 6

Childcare - For those of you who don't know what that is anymore, it means to be occupied with your children; In a way that is appropriate for you 😉. No social contacts - Panicking would be a good idea today. But it doesn't help.

Beef broth with Japanese Noodles and hot crisp chili oil

A soup is not only good for warming up on cold winter days. Clear beef, vegetable or poultry bouillons bring a lot of vitamins and minerals with them. Just the right thing if you've got a bad stomach or are fighting a cold. Not to underestimate the amount of liquid. In other words, a meal that makes sense especially in hot countries. It is practically an electrolyte solution free of charge. Finally, I would like to mention that it is an extremely cheap meal.

Food poisoning/Diarrhea – and yes, we need to talk about that

Food poisoning is contagious! There's no way to say beyond a shadow of a doubt: "This can't happen to me" Not even if you cook everything yourself and only buy organic food. You are also dependent on the personal hygiene of all employees who handle your food. And not only that. Especially in warm countries, maintaining the cold chain is not always taken so seriously. And there are several other possibilities…

“Immediately soft”- Lebkuchen (gingerbread)

In the Middle Ages, gingerbread was only available in pharmacies and monasteries. Honey was the only sweet available and with medicinal herb juices baked, the gingerbread was considered a speciality, which one did not eat frequently. The typical spices came a little later, when e.g. cinnamon and pimento came over from the Orient.

Jiaozi (Dumplings)

It's not a big deal to make. Jiaozi are popular in Japan as Gyoza and in Korea as Mandu. It’s similar to Maultaschen in Germany, Piroggen in Eastern Europe and Pelmeni from Russia.

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