I do an annual detox in January to reset my mind and body and bring in a new year with a positive vibe. My detox is nothing fancy, I call it the “Bye-bye 5” and I remove alcohol, sugar, processed food, caffeine and dairy from my diet for 2 weeks. I don’t go crazy trying to adhere to it perfectly, Continue reading
Traditionally, Aaron and I have always set goals for the new year. When we make our pilgrimage back to the East coast to spend the last 2 weeks of December with our families and friends we have LOTS of time in the car. It’s when we do our best dreaming. It’s usually on the drive back to Albany from Syracuse after a whirlwind of presents, Italian food and family time that we start chatting about all the things we want to accomplish in the coming year. We are both fortunate to have big loving families but the holidays are always crammed tight with so much eating, socializing, eating, gift giving, drinking, socializing, eating, sitting, talking, eating (you get the point) that naturally our goal setting chats usually revolve around simplifying life and practicing moderation.