These are the simplest, yet delicious, crepes I’ve ever made. They aren’t the paper-thin, delicate ones you’ll find at a French restaurant, but they are yummy and hold up to any topping you can think of. You can also memorize the recipe today and remember it for life.
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
Whisk egg and milk together, then stir in flour until combined.
Heat a large, flat pan on your stovetop at about medium. Once warm, pour some batter into the pan. I like about 1/3 cup, swirl with a spoon until desired thinness is achieved. Cook for 2 minutes on one side, until the edges bubble, then flip and cook for 1 more minute.
Serve warm with Nutella, nut butters, jams, and fresh fruit.
A protein on the side like eggs, bacon or sausage makes a hearty meal.
You can easily substitute a dairy-free milk or gluten-free flour. I think I’ve almost perfected a gluten-free blend for crepes – recipe coming soon!
I am Google AdWords certified. I have experience working on in-house AdWords campaigns as well as working with a vendor on comprehensive display and social media campaigns.
It’s the End of Retirement as We Know It (And We Feel Fine?)
“Now people are living longer lives, and more importantly, gaining more active years, free of debilitating illness. Their biological age is much lower than their chronological age. That means it’s time to think differently about aging, and specifically the idea of retirement.”
The 2018 Class of Canning, Preserving, and Culinary DIY Books
I want them all.
11 Keto Breakfasts (That Aren’t Eggs)
For all those who are frenemies with albumin or just don’t like eggs.
Creative Discipline & Motherhood Right Now
“He’s three, completely conscious of this very concrete fact, and it’s hard for him to live with.” Other toddler parents out there? 👋
My time at MSU has allowed me to enhance my skills in digital marketing and fundraising.
I personalize mass solicitations by segmenting audiences based on a variety of factors, such as giving history, graduation year, affinity and capacity. I create coordinated campaigns with my peers to produce increased engagement and donations from our alumni and friends. I continue to find creative email solicitation techniques to connect our donors to funds that are important to them.
My favorite part of my job is all the extraordinary projects I help fund and students I’m able to help.
I’m most proud of how I’ve been able to grow the email fundraising program. Before I joined the Annual Giving team, the email fundraising channel brought in about $80,000 a year. Through my innovative email campaigns, we are on track to raise over $400,000 this fiscal year – a five-fold increase in revenue!
I’ve grown the email program from only following up to direct mail pieces, to be a key component in our comprehensive campaigns as well as one-off solicitations.
My largest campaign is our Give Green Day effort. I send three emails to various audiences throughout the day, totaling nearly 40 versions of emails. In 2018, this campaign alone brought in more than $207,000.
I also work closely with my team to provide proofreading assistance.
I’ve acquired many new digital skills since I’ve been at MSU, including: expanded HTML and CSS knowledge, Google Analytics and AdWords certifications and GIF creation.
I run paid social and display advertising campaigns in conjunction with digital fundraising efforts, including in-house ads and working with a vendor for mass remarketing ads.
I manage our recurring giving program, including the behind the scenes donor handling as well as the public-facing web page and email promotion.
While so much commentary seems to be polarizing, this is a great message of tolerance. I highly recommend listening to this as a reminder of how we can learn something from everyone.
Listen: Alain de Boton
I manage a website for Bappert Automotive and manage a few pages on MSU’s Giving To website. Some examples include:
MSU Extension Employee Giving Campaign
I’ve managed the website for GRA Benefits Group. I redesigned the GRA Benefits Group toward the end of my time with them. Below is a sample page: