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    New resolutions to fulfill | Gardener State

    I always equate the first week of January with the first day back to work after vacation. In disbelief I find myself thinking: Wow, is it over already? From the festivities of Thanksgiving to the popping of the cork on New Year’s Eve, those few weeks go by in the wink of an eye. Although January lacks much of the excitement of the previous month, this is not to say the month is lacking in things to do or new resolutions to fulfill.  For many of us, the last several weeks included a diet and lifestyle that may have been   Read More

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    Your cooking resolutions for 2021

    Speaking of home cooking, I was strolling through a cemetery the other day, the historic Graceland on Chicago’s North Side. Holy cripes on toast, you should see the monuments. This one dead guy, Potter Palmer — you’ve heard of The Palmer House Hotel? That’s him — he’s got an actual 16-columned Greek-style temple with matching sarcophagi for himself and his wife. Here’s my question: Obviously, Potter spent 37 tons of cash on his upscale tombstone, but, does that mean he also gets to be more dead than the rest of us? Like, he’s up there in First Class Dead having   Read More

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    Cooking resolutions for 2021: Resolve to cook more good food by starting with simple goals

    Speaking of home cooking, I was strolling through a cemetery the other day, the historic Graceland on Chicago’s North Side. Holy cripes on toast, you should see the monuments. This one dead guy, Potter Palmer — you’ve heard of The Palmer House Hotel? That’s him — he’s got an actual 16-columned Greek-style temple with matching sarcophagi for himself and his wife, who literally was named Bertha. Here’s my question: Obviously, Potter (or “Pooter,” as he was known in grammar school) spent 37 tons of cash on his upscale tombstone, but, does that mean he also gets to be more dead   Read More

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    Healthy New Year’s Resolutions For 2021 That Aren’t About Weight

    Scroll To See More Images We’re officially at the start of 2021, which is—no surprise—the time of year when many people resolve to make major lifestyle and diet changes. In many of these cases, that means weight loss resolutions, intense diets or unsustainable exercise habits. Weight loss resolutions that involve a drastic change in lifestyle are often nearly impossible to keep—and likely lead to far more harm (and food obsession) than good. In fact, many experts in health and nutrition urge their clients to take a more body-positive approach, and focus on healthy New Year resolutions. Instead of encouraging   Read More

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    Doctors discuss how to make safe, healthy New Year’s resolutions as pandemic continues

    A typical New Year’s resolution might be eating better, getting more exercise or quitting a bad habit.But after KOCO 5 spoke with local doctors, they said people looking to make a lifestyle change need to keep something in mind.“The first need from a medical standpoint: We need you not to become our patient. We’re really struggling at the hospitals,” Dr. Rachel Franklin said. “If you have a bad habit that you know is leading to your chronic health condition getting worse, do something that will help keep you out of the hospital. Let us get through this pandemic.”And doctors said   Read More

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    How To Keep Your 2021 Health And Fitness Resolutions: MD Experts

    MARYLAND — With 2020 in our rearview mirror, it’s time to reflect on our lives and set our intentions for the year ahead. Yes, I’m talking about resolutions. Love them or hate them, resolutions can help you prioritize what’s important and stay on target. The most common resolutions, unsurprisingly, are losing weight and eating healthy. Many Marylanders saw their exercise and healthy eating habits fall by the wayside in 2020. But 2021 is a fresh start. An opportunity to follow through on your health and fitness goals. If you’re looking for ways to jumpstart your resolutions, you’re in luck. Patch   Read More

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    12 Realistic New Year’s Resolutions That Will Improve Your Health

    Refinery29 15 Cookbooks & Recipes To Slay New Year’s Resolutions With Flavor New year, new food resolution. Whether your start to 2021 is all about eating more greens, honing a set of lackluster cooking chops, or just saving some extra dough by skipping weeknight takeout, having the right support is key. While the internet is an ever-flowing source of recipe inspiration, the endless searchable options out there can feel overwhelming — especially when specific and resolve-testing resolutions come into play. So, instead of blindly blog-searching, we’re turning to the classic masters of recipe organization: cookbooks.When your quarantine cooking skills begin   Read More

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