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Opinion

Life is not about tears you shed, it’s about the love you spread.

by Joseph Nyamayaro |Nust-ZW

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Life is short so live it.
Love is rare so grab it.
Anger is bad so dump it.
Fear is awful so Face it.
Memories are sweet so cherish them.

Also you must know that The same boiling water that softens the potato ,hardens the egg.It’s about what you are made of not circustances.

Lastly work hard always as Hard work beats talent when talent doesnt work hard

Goodmorning and have a blessed sunday.

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Opinion

#MorningMotivation: Quitters never win and winners never quit.

by Joseph Nyamayaro |Nust-ZW

30 second read

Don’t downgrade your dream just to fit your reality. Instead, upgrade your conviction to match your destiny.

Remember, to be the best you must be able to handle the worst.Also, learn from a Chinese proverb that failure is not falling down but refusing to get up.

In addition never quit on your goals because Quitters never win and winners never quit. Lastly in life please Don’t limit your challenge but challenge your limits.

Good morning

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Opinion

#MorningMotivation:In life don’t stop when you are tired but stop when you are done

by Joseph Nyamayaro|Nust-ZW

Als

o learn to work hard because what comes easy won’t last and what last won’t come easy.When life puts u in tough situations don’t say ”why me” but say “try me”.Lastly in achieving your goals Be like a postage stamp stick to a thing till you get there.

*Good morning*

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LIFESTYLE

9 Money-Saving Freezer Hacks

These unlikely foods can live for months in the freezer. Never let your food spoil again!

Noelle Royer |University of Maryland

Stale chips, rotten herbs and sour milk are some of the most common catastrophes college students face. All of your staple ingredients cost less in bulk, but it’s almost impossible to use them all before they go bad. Because of this, one of the greatest struggles students face in the kitchen is food waste.

The answer to most of these problems lies in the freezer. A freezer exists to preserve highly perishable items — meat, bread, popsicles — but there are many unknown foods that are freezer friendly.

1. Eggs

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Can’t use eggs fast enough? Crack them into an ice tray and freeze them. Once they’re solid, dump the egg cubes into a freezer bag. Defrost them as needed and use them as you normally would.

2. Cheese

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Never let mold build colonies on your cheese again. Block cheese can be shredded and saved in bags for months.

3. Rice

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Some days are just too short to waste time cooking rice. Instead, make a bunch ahead of time and portion it into freezer bags. To defrost, simply run hot water over the bag until the contents are warm. This can cut the time for meal prep in half. For a complete on-the-go frozen meal, make and freeze these rice balls.

4. Milk

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Yes, you can save your milk for months without it curdling. Simply freeze the milk in its own container. Just make sure to pour out about a cup beforehand so it has room to expand. Let it defrost in the fridge a few hours before you’re ready to use it.

5. Chips/Pretzels/Crackers

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Cold chips? This might sound wacky, but frozen chips actually have more crunch and flavor than regular chips. Freezing these crunchy snacks keeps them from getting soft and stale.

6. Butter

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Frozen butter is actually ideal when making pastries. The colder the butter, the better it will be in creating a flakier biscuit or even a more buttery croissant.

7. Bread and Sandwiches

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Your bread stays fresh in the freezer for months. The entire bag can defrost on the counter for a few hours, or you can pop a couple pieces in the toaster. You can also freeze whole sandwiches. As long as it doesn’t contain mayo, tomato or lettuce, your pre-made sandwich will defrost no-problem in your lunch bag while you’re in class.

8. Yogurt

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Turn your breakfast into a frozen treat! Making your own frozen yogurt is incredibly easy. Yes, really, all you need to do is put it in the freezer.

9. Fresh Herbs

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Fresh green herbs can take almost any meal up a level, but they don’t last long in the fridge. Freeze any fresh herb in an ice tray with olive oil, broth or water and pop it into a pan with your meal whenever you need it.

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