The only thing not new about New Years is our resolution list, which has been the same since 2005 just with an added purpose each year. But here are 9 totally achievable New Year resolutions that the determined foodie can stick to.
Try A New Cuisine
Being a foodie isn’t just about eating, binging and hogging. It is also super important to try out everything that there is to scoff. So promise yourself to try out a new cuisine every month.
Cook Once A Week
Cooking your own meal once in a while doesn’t only help you add up skills to your list but is also an excellent way of knowing what’s going inside your stomach.
Reduce Food Waste
World hunger and the alarming scale at which countries are putting away uneaten food is a matter that requires attention. So start from your own kitchen and do your bit in cutting back on food wastage this year.
For some, this resolution might be silly but most of us need to incorporate this habit in our daily routine. Not only is skipping breakfast harmful for your health but is also a major player in piling up the fat.
Tighten The Alcohol Reins
It’s alright to let yourself loose once in a while. But how much is too much? Let’s sit down and rethink our alcohol intake – read liver health – in 2017, shall we?
Remember that detox regime you read about in Cosmo and swiped right through on Insta? Let this New Year be the start of something new. Stick to a regular detox or cleanse regime once a month to let your body breathe a sigh of relief.
Don’t hold yourself back from trying out a new dish simply because you’ve never heard of ‘Sriracha’ before. Be adventurous and go crazy with what you eat. In a good way, of course!
Eat More, Click Less
Don’t get us wrong; we too believe in Instagramming our meals before even taking a bite. Because otherwise, what’s the point? But, there is a fine line between being active on and obsessed with social media. So let 2017 be the year of sanity and let Instagram drop a little down on our list of priorities while eating out.
Wine It Up!
Beer, cognac, vodka, scotch, and whisky are all great but it’s good to keep our palates in touch with all that’s happening in vineyards across the globe. So let’s turn the wine game up a notch in 2017 and keep our experiment game strong!
So, which of these resolutions do you plan to stick to over the next 365 – or even 31 – days? Vote below!