It’s time for our yearly nourishing resolutions carnival! As I mentioned before, I love the start of a new year as it has always been a reminder to evaluate the last year and start fresh with new hope for a new year. I hope that you will join me in making some nourishing resolutions. In my last post I gave four tips for making successful resolutions. Check it out and then either leave your resolutions in the comment section of this post, or, if you are a blogger, link to your resolutions post on your own blog.
Now for my resolutions….
I mentioned in my last post that there has been some stressful situations recently in my household that has caused (along with the stress) a lot of extra work and some upheaval for me. This has been a real challenge for me, especially with a newborn. So for me I have some interesting challenges coming into this new year. I have extra work ahead of me, a newborn, and I find that I have exhausted myself. I have had some fairly major adrenal issues in the past, and once again I find myself in a place of needing to rebuild. Getting enough rest and good food is crucial. My family is also in need of the same things. As I have considered what I needed to adjust in our daily lives, I realized I have a lot to consider. So keeping in mind my time and energy limits as well as my and my family needs, here are my resolutions.
Basically I am wanting to get the most nutrition with the least amount of effort. This will be accomplished by simplifying where possible, and using slow cookers and one pot meals.
Here are a two of my specific goals.
1) This next month eat a low sugar (limited fruit, limited sweetener, limited starches) and only raw dairy diet. My four year is starting to have some issues because I have been more lax with our usual standards in this area.
2) Create one new nutrient dense meal (liver, clams, oysters, salmon, etc) a month, and create one new “one pan” dinner a month, both of which we would want to eat on a consistent basis.
3) Besides those two specific goals, I am going to keep striving to keep up what I always try to do, such as making bone broths, eating grass fed beef and whole grains, and healthy fats. While in past years, I have used my resolutions to spur me on to learn many new skills, this year I feel a shift towards resolving to keep what I’ve learned in practice.
(Because of this blog and some other projects, I have other food goals for the year, but these are the goals specific for the welfare of my family. If I get to my other food goals for the year, they are icing on the cake!)
Now it’s your turn! Leave your comments below or use the Mr. Linky to share your goals for the new year!
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