Spaghetti squash is a metaphor for life.

Jan 21, 2018

Complication sucks.

Spaghetti squash does not suck.

I mean… there’s really no reason for complication, right?!?

As you probably already know, I’m all about making things as EASY as possible (because that’s what makes things sustainable… no confusion, no unnecessary steps, no drama).

Which brings me to spaghetti squash — which is also a metaphor for life.

If you’ve ever tried to cut open a spaghetti squash before you bake it, you probably already know this…


So I’ve got a secret for you…

Just don’t cut it.

Yep, that’s it. All you have to do to bake spaghetti squash is poke holes in it with a knife, toss that sucker on a pan, and bake in the oven at 375F for an hour.

“But Jazzy,” you say. “The recipe says to cut it before baking it.”

If the recipe told you to throw your squash off a bridge, would you do it?

NO! Because you want that squash.

Don’t overcomplicate this…

Take the easy way out. It’s worth it! Not only will it make the squash easy to cut… scooping the seeds out will be a cinch.

Like I said… spaghetti squash = a metaphor for life.

Don’t overcomplicate shit, and don’t do stuff only one way because that’s how everyone else is doing it.

Now go uncomplicate your week!



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