2015 Food Resolutions

We’re a week into a new year and though I don’t really have any traditional resolutions like losing weight or eating better, I do have a few life goals that I’d like to focus on this year.  Some are related to my personal life (like traveling to Paris finally), I have a few blog goals that I’d like to accomplish (like another redesign) and hopefully tackling a few business goals like growing my freelance writing as a full fledged ‘side hustle’. With life goals for 2015 comes my food resolutions that I give myself every year.  I don’t always accomplish all of my food resolutions but I try. Take last year for example; I sadly didn’t get to everything that was on my 2014 list but I gave it a good attempt.  This year, I’m still attempting to tackle a food resolution list BUT this time around I’m making it easier to accomplish…or so I hope!

First up, I’m definitely hoping to blog more frequently!  2015 is a year of growth and growing my blog content is very high on the list. Not exactly a food resolution but it’s something I’m actively working on.

Take more “eatcations”.  That’s our way of saying a vacation that’s fueled by amazing places to eat. So far on the list: Paris, Charleston and Chicago.

Successfully complete PopSugar’s food resolution challenge, which I’m super-excited about.

I’m going to be documenting my progress as I complete certain tasks – join me! This is the majority of the food resolutions so click the image to find out what’s on the list.

Research publishers and write a book! OK, that’s a daunting task but I’m going to try. I promise to keep you posted as soon as I have more details.  The domain name has been purchased already so that’s step #1, right?

I’m looking forward to a productive 2015, hope you are too!


2 thoughts on “2015 Food Resolutions

  1. _emily_rose

    I took a look at the food challenge. When it comes to canning, I've got you covered for recipes! Also, when you caramelize onions let them soak in red wine until they are purple, a pinot noir is what was recommended to me. Perfect for a steak or burgers.

    Last year I joined you on the always have champagne in your fridge challenge, and while I wasn't perfect, I did have champagne on hand when a couple got engaged at my pond. I'm going to keep that one going this year too, and maybe join a wine of the month club. : )

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