Abba was Right
Southern Recipe Small Batch is the unofficial sponsor of April 23rd. Why? Because it’s National Take a Chance Day! If you’ve ever wanted to do or try something different, this is the day to do it. Just like making flavored pork rinds in small batches for the adventurous eater, you can do it – and we’re behind you every step of the way!
Have you ever wanted to try something adventurous? Or make a big change? If life is about as boring as a silent opera on a stage without lights, then Southern Recipe Small Batch is pleased to introduce you to National Take a Chance Day!
April 23rd is the day to do those things you’ve always wanted to do but may have been afraid to try. Here are a few tips and suggestions on how to change and take a chance!
Don’t go crazy.
Taking a chance can be scary so take it easy. You don’t have to go gonzo and jump off a flaming orangutan while singing the Battle Hymn of the Republic and declaring your presidential run. Pinky toe your way in by learning a language, taking a cooking class, or teaching yourself to juggle – just hold off on the flaming batons for awhile. We like your hair and orangutans do too.
Bigger can be better.
However, this could be the day for big change. Book a trip to that country you’ve wanted to visit. Change up the way you dress and style your hair. Or Maybe it’s finally time to cut the cord of that job you hate and get a new one. You should probably not go crazy (see number 1) and just start with updating your resume, but it’s really up to you.
Make things different.
Maybe you need to take your business to the next level, ask out that girl, or finally use your comic collection to start the shop of your dreams- whatever it is, April 23rd is your day to do it. Be like us. Southern Recipe Small Batch was told that flavored rinds weren’t a good idea. No, they were a GREAT idea and look at where our different view has taken us.
What you do with National Take a Chance Day is up to you, but please do something. Broadening your horizons has never hurt anyone except flaming baton twirlers who skipped a step or two.