The (new years) resolution myth
Here we go again.
I shall be organised and perfect and not drink too much and
be healthy and make wholesome packed lunches every day.
These were some of my sunny holiday aspirations. I was
filled with hope and bright anticipation of the things that 2012 would bring (and
lots of Savvy Blanc).
Fool. I botched most of them the next day.
In my mind, the kick-off for resolutions are the 1st
day of work, it’s easier on all fronts and I feel ready to take on new and
(almost) impossible foodie feats (most of my resolutions being foodie that is).
We can do it! Here are some of my resolutions and how I’m
going to action them, perhaps you have the same if not similar one’s? Please
tell me all about them and the coolest one gets a sassy R250 Kalahari voucher.
1. Detox: Not the eat nothing and almost die one. The
drink lots of ginger tea everyday (as well as real food) to cleanse my system
2. Eat a good, healthy breakfast like these scrummy
baked oats and have a (full) jug of water next to my desk at all times.
3. Drink more smoothies – they are so great for
smashing in high nutrition and cleansing the system.
7. Have a cheesy cheat day every now and again – because I’m
With litres of water,