I hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas and Holiday break. We are just getting back into the swing of life again. I had plenty of relaxation time over the Christmas break, so it’s nice to get back to normal life. I am refreshed and ready to roll!
I am in the process of making plans for this blog in the new year. There are a lot of exciting things upcoming here at The Nourishing Gourmet. Here’s what’s on the line up so far.
I have been greatly enjoying the carnivals I have been hosting. From the first carnival, Nourishing Frugal Food, to the last one, Nourishing Sweets and Treats, they have been wonderful resources for all of us. I will be continuing at least one carnival a month, sometimes maybe even more. I have a list of topics for the carnivals started, but I would also love to hear your suggestions.
When I started this blog, I knew that many of my readers were well acquainted with the type of cooking/eating philosophy I follow. For that reason, I never really went over the foundational principles of why I cook like I do. But I now realize that I need to cover that information. After all, those principles are the reason I started this site! Topics will include, Raw Milk, The Benefits of Culturing (lacto-fermenting) Vegetables, Why I eat Meat, The Benefits of Bone Broths, More Information on Sprouting Grains and Seeds and Soaking Grains and more.
Nourishing the Adrenals
Chronic fatigue, not feeling awake until noon, or not being able to concentrate are just a few of the signs that your adrenals are tired. It’s one of the most common problems we Americans have. After several stressful years, I myself was diagnosed with Adrenal Fatigue. Since then I have been on a journey of nourishing my adrenals back to health. I hope that this series will encourage us all to maintain good health by nourishing our adrenals.
I will, of course, be including more nourishing recipes this year. In fact, I always seem to have a pile up of recipes waiting to be posted! I especially hope to include ones that go along with my New Year’s Resolutions (which you will have to wait and see what they are!), and also ones that go along with some of my other series, such as the Nourishing the Adrenals, and the Nourishing Foundations series.
Guess what? Joel’s still in school, and we are still on a tight budget. That means that frugal and nourishing living is still a part of our lives. Expect to hear more about how I balance frugal living with nourishing food.
And as if that won’t keep me busy enough, there are some other planned posts as well, including more Q & A Posts, more guest posts, and more product and book reviews too!
It looks like it is going to be a busy year for me here at The Nourishing Gourmet!
I would love to hear your feedback. What do you want to see most here? What to you want to see less of? Which of these upcoming topics excites you the most? Do you have any other burning ideas that you wish I would write about? How can this blog better serve you?
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