Any one who has catalyst listed as their title on their business card makes me suspicious.


I went to a meeting today prepared for the worst. Ended up in a blogging class. Now I’m writing a blog post. Take away was do a blog like you cook. Get all your ingredients together. Prepare them. Chop, peel and grate. Then cook. Then serve. …


I’ve had two cups of coffee this morning. That’s one more than usual. Without any food. I always forget to feed me. I need to feed me. I get out a pan turn on the fire. Scavenge in the fridge. I’m going to make an omelet. Pan is smoking. Turn off fire. Break some eggs. Turn on fire. Add oil and butter. (Butter tastes better, but adding oil raises the temperature before the butter burns.) Chop onion. Butter is burning. Put eggs in pan. Add onions. They should have been sautéed first. Cut cheese. Add cheese. Add no salt turkey. I’m not the one on the low salt diet. Add salt. Should have been added to the eggs earlier. Add Spinach. I have to eat all the spinach I bought. No one else in my house will. I thought our exchange student might decide she likes it. She told me she doesn’t eat spinach, it makes her sick. I snuck it into a salad last night. She loved the salad. Then she puked. I guess she was right.

Omelets done. Onions should have been sautéed and too much salt.


I probably should have taken a picture before I ate most of it.

Maybe I should blog the way other people cook.

New year new goal. (How cliche?)

  • One blog a week. (She said 3, but I’m horrible at following directions and I just don’t have the time.)
  • Decide what it’s about before starting.
  • Collect and prepare what will go in it.
  • Write.
  • Post.


… What is that thing that get the ball rolling and help make things happen?

catalyst |ˈkatl-ist|noun 

  • a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change.
  • a person or thing that precipitates an event: the governor’s speech acted as a catalyst for debate.

ORIGIN early 20th cent.: from catalysis, on the pattern of analyst .


Thank you

Daryn Dezengotita, Catalyst  at The Mix Coworking

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Daryn leads a free blogging group Fridays at 10:00 at The Mix Coworking .


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