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Success F ie s ta
I f a global experience is on the menu, make sure to reserve your spot at Zuma
Restaurant, Miami’s newest connoisseur destination already a hit in London, Hong
Kong, Istambul and Dubai. Located in the heart of Downtown at the Epic Hotel, this
truly tasty establishment offers modern Japanese cuisine served up izakaya-style,
meaning you can dine according to your rules, whether your in a group or alone; 270
Biscayne Blvd.; 305.577.0277; ZumaRestaurant.com.
Fill up before a night on the town on the
fresh, authentic, made-to-order food at Salsa
Fiesta. The generous portions of burritos,
salads, soups and entrees are all made
with high-quality, eco-friendly ingredients
and meat from humanely treated animals.
It’s the way “fast” food was meant to be
— quick, fresh and healthy. Make sure to
check out “The Fiesta Hour” on weekdays
from 3 p.m.-7 p.m.; 2929 Biscayne Blvd.,
Self-confidence is the key to success in
all areas of life. It determines how much
money you will earn, how happy you will
be in the present and future, the quality of
your relationships as a spouse, parent, son
or daughter, friend or colleague, and much
more. The challenge for many of us is that as
a child we may have been programmed with
messages that lower our self-confidence. This
old programming interferes with the ability
to achieve hopes and dreams. These tips will
help you reprogram you mind to boost your
self-confidence to a new level. 1.) Remember
the last time you wanted something and you
attained it. 2.) Change your negative beliefs
to positive ones. 3.) Give yourself permission
to succeed by writing positive affirmations.
Read them 2-3 times a day. 4.) Set realistic and
attainable goals. 5.) Believe you can achieve
whatever you desire as long as it is in your
best interest. 6.) Not everything you want is
necessarily good for you. 7.) Believe in yourself.
8.) Belief creates reality, so keep believing and
the law of attraction will help in the process.
9.) Be a leader more so than a follower. You
have a voice, an opinion, so use it! 10.) Walk
tall and proud, with a humble demeanor.
Lisette Beraja is
Licensed Marriage &
Family Therapist and
Founder of Beraja
Counseling Center. For
more than 10 years,
she has provided
guidance and counseling to individuals, families
and couples. She is also a Florida Supreme
Court Family Mediator and an 11th Judicial
Court approved Parenting Coordinator. To set
up an appointment, call 305.858.7763 or visit
Madness Think chicken, beef,
and pork are all your
options when it comes
to tacos? Try these crazy
combinations and think
outside the Bell.
28 Fish Feast
Toss grilled salmon with lime juice and
chopped cilantro, and serve with a super-
fresh pico de gallo. It’s delicious and rich
in heart-healthy omega 3s.
Mix shredded roast turkey breast with
chopped chipotle peppers and grilled
corn. Think Thanksgiving dinner, but
you’re the one who gets stuffed.
Sauté or grill red peppers, onions and
zucchini. Chop them and serve with lime-
spiked refried beans and the cheese of
your choosing. No beef here.