Boyfriend Salad

Boyfriend Salad

Erin Moraghan runs Revkor™ with her superstar partner Angela Rivard. She is a writer, Revkor™ instructor, yoga teacher, and business-builder. But who really cares? We’re here to talk about kale and muscles. Let’s do this! If you’re Type-A, this salad might be as hard for you to make as it was for me.  Oh, I have no doubt that you’re a magician in the kitchen.  But how good are you at asking for help? During our 2014 Holiday Shred, Angela and I were getting ready to relaunch our brand and grow Revkor™, also keeping busy teaching and prepping for Christmas.  We were both up to our eyeballs in STUFF. I was born obsessively Type-A and independent.  Asking for help has never been high on my list of things I do well.  Usually if I do enlist assistance I micromanage the poor person until they quit. Charming, isn’t it? One night I was working late into the night on my laptop when my partner offered to make dinner.  Typically the idea of someone rifling through my kitchen to craft me a meal would send me reeling, but I was hungry and on a deadline and either I caved on my Shred and ordered a pizza or let Paul loose in my pantry. As you can see, the result was superb.  Behold: The Boyfriend Salad.  I have no recipe to share with you, just this little story. See, when you’re on a mission toward positive change, you need all the love, help and kindness you can get.  In my late thirties I started getting a little better at asking for help, and while it’s never particularly...