- BY Susan Tucker
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The start of a new year oftentimes marks a new beginning for folks. An opportunity to “start over” – especially after a sometimes indulgent holiday season. Whether your new year’s resolutions involve healthy eating, saving money, or working out more often, we’d love to hear from you! Tag #3BforHealth in your social media posts and you’ll be entered to win three loaves of our gluten-free bread!
In the meantime, we have curated some fantastic resolutions from years past. Check them out here.
Make More From Scratch
We already are gluten-free in our house, but with gluten being added in hidden ingredients we want to take any chance of getting glutened out of the scenario. I cook at home at least five days a week now but would prefer to have natural and healthy foods waiting or reliable gluten free food in the freezer.
Our overall goal is to reduce our pantry of commercially processed food by at least 75%!
Becky blogs about frugality, DIY and gluten-free cooking on Week 99er.
Gluten Free Cooking
One of my big dreams for the coming year is to take my gluten free cooking up a notch.
For the last several years, I’ve stuck to tried and true and EASY dishes, and have been too afraid to go over the top or get creative, in ways that fit feeding children. This year, I will overcome that with meal plans and trying more recipes from my cookbooks.
Gina is a mom, pro blogger, and brand ambassador who blogs about parenting, allergen free living, and being a mother to special needs children at Mom-Blog.com.
Trying New Gluten Free Foods
I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease almost a few years ago and have been on a quest to try every gluten free food I could get my hands on! My goal for the coming year is to focus on cooking and eating more healthy gluten free options.
Robin blogs about home projects, entertaining and – of course! – gluten-free living at All Things Heart and Home.
Gluten Free Options
My gluten-free new year’s resolution is to find more ways to get gluten-free products to those who don’t have access. Many people don’t have gluten-free options near by and don’t have access to gluten-free options they miss. That’s why in 2014 I want to try and help as many families as possible by getting gluten-free products to their doorstep. I believe every family should be able to enjoy the many gluten-free products out there now which is why I hope to be able to bring that to them soon!
Taylor is a 16-year-old gluten-free blogger. His experience living with celiac disease, POTS and a rare type of adrenal disorder inspired him to begin using his blog Gluten Away to educate and encourage others.
Nourishing with Real Food
I think if we can prove how gluten affects the body, we can help educate people on living gluten free and living to their FULLEST! Health is so much more than fitness and calories. It’s about what we put in our bodies. The quality of food. The stresses of life (less is obviously better). Gluten free doesn’t mean just free of gluten, it means NOURISHING with REAL food.
Lindsay blogs about healthy gluten-free living, travel and feeding her triathlete husband at Cotter Crunch.
Living the Good Life
I love making New Year’s Resolutions! This year my family and I will focus on spending more quality time together without screens. We’ll spend more time outside gardening and I am working on a multi-state road trip itinerary for the summer. We have gotten a bit lax with meal planning, and I’d like to really focus on eating in and having friends over on the weekends instead of last-minute restaurant visits. I’d like to be better at writing down the fun things the kids say and I’d like to take more photos of the extended family.
Stephanie O’Dea, NYT best-selling author of 365 Slow Cooker Suppers, the Make it Fast/ Cook it Slow cookbooks, and Totally Together: Shortcuts to an Organized Life.