The Dish

New Year, New Look

Happy New Year!

Gosh it feels like forever – right? The holidays have come and gone. And now, a new year is upon us. So what better way to celebrate than with a new look for Erin Dishes Nutrition? What do you think? Have you noticed the changes?

Okay, full disclosure – I’m not exactly totally done with the new look. There’s still some “tweaking” to be had but I couldn’t wait any longer! So bear with me during the growing pains – some pages and/or posts may appear a little wonky at first but never fear I’m working on it!

With that being said, you made it through the holidays! How did you do? I hope you didn’t try anything crazy like trying to lose weight – I mean come on, that’s just a little unrealistic dontcha think? Instead I hope you strived to maintain while enjoying foods that you love. I hope you remembered to give yourself permission to enjoy food but be mindful about what you chose, how you felt and why you were eating.

Or maybe you’re making or have already made New Year resolutions. Well, that’s all fine and dandy if you’re ready for change. But what if you’re not? Then what? You’ll be one of the 80% who fail by February? Really? Are you okay with that? I wouldn’t be. Remember – you need to be prepared to change your mind – you need to be prepared to be uncomfortable. Remember – change is a process. Be patient.

So, I wish you luck for any changes you’re ready to take on. As 2017 moves forward, more changes for Erin Dishes Nutrition to come – what else can possibly change you ask? Hmmm – well, I guess you’ll just have to stay tuned and see!

What do you think of the new look?

Comments

comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Erin DIshes

Share
Published by
Erin DIshes

Recent Posts

The Great Pumpkin: Fun Facts You Need to Know

What is pumpkin? Pumpkin is a type of winter squash and a member of the…

2 years ago

The link between seasonal allergies and gut health: what you need to know!

Is there a link between seasonal allergies and gut health? Research indicates there is a…

3 years ago

Dishing Up: Gluten-Free Codfish Cakes

Who needs crab cakes when you have these codfish cakes? You'll enjoy these fish cakes…

3 years ago

May is Celiac Awareness Month

May is Celiac Awareness Month! What is celiac disease? Check out my new blog post…

3 years ago

The ‘P’ in FODMAP: Polyols

What are polyols? Polyols are the 'P' in FODMAP. Polyols are a type of carbohydrate…

3 years ago

The ‘M’ in FODMAP: Monosaccharides

What are monosaccharides? Monosaccharides are the 'M' in FODMAP. Monosaccharides, aka simple sugar, can join…

3 years ago

This website uses cookies.