Happy 2015 everybody! I hope you had a fun and festive (or reflective and relaxing) New Year’s Eve and Day. Jeff and I had a quiet NYE and then spent yesterday at a not-so-quiet Rose Bowl party (Go Ducks!).
Before I get to this week’s links, an announcement: If you are looking to improve your nutrition and health in 2015 and onward, then you might be interested in a new online program I’ve put together, “Healthy For (Your) Life: A Holistic Approach to Optimal Wellness.” This 6-week online retreat begins January 19. Clicking on the link/program name will point you to all the details, including how to register.
Now, on to the links!
- Is cauliflower the new kale of 2015? (I love both, so it matters little to me!)
- 7 myths nutritionists wish you’d stop believing. (I agreed with all of these!)
- Family food resolutions for the New Year.
- Madeline Albright is the fitness hero we need in 2015. (I am humbled.))
- The most popular recipes of 2014 from NY Times Food. (In case you need some cooking inspiration.)
- What 2,000 calories looks like. (A reminder that home cooking is a good idea.)
- The surprising reason we make New Year’s Resolutions.
- Finally, this isn’t nutrition-related, but if one of your goals for the New Year is to declutter, you may find “Kissing your socks goodbye” helpful.
I’m still collecting responses to my first-ever reader survey. Thank you so much to those of you who have responded! If you have yet to complete the survey, there’s still time (and there are only 10 questions, so it won’t take too much of your time. You can access it here. Have a great weekend!