New year's resolutions, to me, seem an opportunity for self-loathing, debasement, and guilt resulting from when you ultimately wrestle free of them. So I don't make them, and have a horror of elementary and high school teachers who assign them. If you do, however, like starting the year with guidelines, here's a book that discusses our cultural phenomenon of obesity, what may contribute to it, and what you can do to battle it.
If you'd like a different lens through which to ponder the new year, to nourish the psyche, I recommend this one. I found its tips insightful and humane.
By the by, drop me a line if there's a particular recipe or dish whose aroma or memory is haunting your palate. I'll try to dig a successful one up. Or is there something you'd like to share here? Lemme know!
Here's to a healthy and prosperous new year, to hungry and loyal readers.
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