Thursday, August 2, 2012

Things I Love: Aha! Moments

I love the feeling when something just clicks.

When I didn't understand something and I finally do.

When I couldn't figure out how to make something work and finally, it dawns on me how to do it.

Aha moments.  They are a fave.

When the light finally comes on, I feel pretty bright.

Now I seem to have Aha! moments a lot.  Not because I'm not smart but because I'm always trying to learn new things.  But I'm going to share a real game changer with you.

Don't ask me how I never knew this before but I didn't.  And since I've learned it, and shared the knowledge, I've learned lots of other people didn't know what I'm about to share with you either.

Here it goes.

Prepare yourself for an Aha!

You can make healthy microwave popcorn with nothing but a microwave, a brown paper sack and some popcorn.

Hello?  Mind blown, right?

Seriously, did you know this because I didn't until I read this post: All Natural Home Made Microwave Popcorn.

I've been making this kind of popcorn for a couple of months and now I can't figure out why anyone would pay wayyyyyy more for that preservative heavy crap (that tastes chemically amazing) at the store.

I've decided the only logical reason people pay more for the unhealthy stuff is because those people have obviously not had this popcorn AHA moment.

And now you have.

You're welcome.


  1. It's been one of my favorite "aha!" moments too. Except last time I made it I totally turned it into caramel corn. Which may have ruined the healthy aspect but whatever.

    Sometimes I like to put a little grated parmesan cheese on mine. Khale isn't a fan but Lil and I like it. :)

  2. Heyyyy! I just realized you got rid of your captcha - thanks! It made commenting really hard to do with my phone. Now I'm going to be a commenting fool. :)

  3. I did not know this! But it's too late for me now as my boyfriend is moving in with his popcorn maker in a few days.


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