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10 New Year's Resolutions (For REAL!) 
 
Dec. 29, 2011 5:50 am 
Updated: Jan. 5, 2012 7:54 am
Eat less!

No more carbs!

No more alcohol!

Never eat chocolate again!

Lose xx pounds by Valentine's Day!

Fit into that dress I wore in 2002... by March!

Work out every day for 14 zillion hours!


Not 2 minutes before I started reading a blog column this morning from www.canadianliving.com, these very thoughts up above were rampaging through my head... fueled by a trip to Mexico that is less than 3 weeks away and with all my shorts feeling a tad snug!

I had vowed NOT to eat this, drink that, etc.... and exercise? yes, that is good no matter what, but starting out like the Tazmanian Devil on a tread machine will only result in extreme pain the next day which leads to abandonment of said machine!  Moderation, as with everything, is the key. I think the number one rule of 'dieting', is NEVER to deny yourself something you love, whether that is a warm, gooey, chocolate chip cookie, that glass of wine with dinner or that cheesy piece of pizza with an ice cold beer.

Judge yourself (if you must) by how your clothes fit, NOT by what the number is on the scale (she is right - throw out the scale!). I just love these Top 10 New Year's Resolutions that she has come up with - how refreshing indeed!

Courtesy of Annabelle Waugh from Canadian Living, here is her run-down:

How many times have we all made resolutions just like these? I know I have. And how effective have they been?

Oh yes, that's right — they haven't been effective AT ALL.

Now how refreshing would it be to choose to make resolutions that are a little kinder to YOU? That are achievable? Resolutions that celebrate life, rather than set us up for failure?

Here are my 10 food-friendly resolutions for 2012. And guess what? You won’t find one among them that involves giving up chocolate.

1. Eat extremely deliciously — every day. I hereby vow to only eat food that I find absolutely delicious. If it's not ridiculously tasty, it doesn't make it into my belly. I will also make a special point to eat something that really thrills me every once in a while. I shall eat it mindfully, savouring every bite. Doesn't have to be unhealthy. Just has to be scrumptious.

2. If I want something decadent, I get to have it! Gone are the days of “no more (fill in the blank)." If I want a butter tart, I’m eating the thing. Not 10 of them. It's not about that. But I'll eat it and I'll love it. Especially if it’s made using real ingredients... with love.

3. Take time to enjoy food. How many meals have I crammed into my maw without even thinking about it? Savour it!

4. Enjoy ingredients at their peak. Sure, those local, in-season strawberries sometimes cost more than the imported ones. But they are sooooo much better — and not all giant and weird. Plus, in eating locally, you’re supporting your local farmers and food producers, which is extremely valiant, if you ask me. Bring on the Niagara wine!!

5. Let friends help. I promise to invite my friends and family over more often and celebrate delicious food with them. And in the process, I will not get all control freaky. I will actually let them do something to help. I hereby relinquish control!

6. Cook from scratch, just for kicks. I will make something time-consuming every once in a while just for the fun of it! I enjoy making bread more than just about anything in this world. So why not do it?

7. Eat more! And by that, I mean I will not go 7 hours without eating, only to become a ravenous beast who will hoover up anything in her path. I will eat breakfast, lunch, dinner. And snacks in between, if I'm hungry!

8. Throw out the bloody scale. I’ve never understood scales. Seriously? Do we really need to know how much we weigh in order to be healthy? I don’t know about you, but my weight can fluctuate up to 5 lbs from one day to the next, depending on the time of month, how much water I’ve had, etc. And that is perfectly normal. Why be a slave to those fluctuations? A tape measure is much better for your mental health. Torch the scale!

9. Regret nothing. Who wants to waste time feeling bad about food choices? Not this lady. Last time I checked, a shame spiral didn’t fix anything. And frankly, I am exactly who I’m meant to be. Lumps and all.

10. Have fun. I will dance around like a fool, every day. Possibly while making dinner. Possibly without pants on. Unless I'm making something that spatters, in which case, the pants stay on.


Gitano here...now isn't the above really something you can sink your teeth into??

I would like to know what YOUR resolutions are for 2012
(and it doesn't have to involve FOOD either) :P

 
Comments
Dec. 29, 2011 6:00 am
Fantastic blog! Your list at first seemed daunting at best and for me unattainable! LOL! Loved the 2012 resolutions! Some them sounded like advice a French lady gave several years ago on a talk show. Especially, get rid of the scale and eat the best food you can. Those are my favorites and I've actually gotten in better shape with them. My 2012 resolutions are ride my horse more, work with my dog and try again for the garden without weeds. I know, already 2 of them are really doable. Have a Happy New Year!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 6:10 am
Cat...if you don't have the time to ride your horse... I will do it FOR you! :P I sorely miss mine from years ago and would give my back teeth to have another! I hope you and your family have a fabulous 2012!
 
Dec. 29, 2011 6:32 am
I like Annabelle's philosophy! I can't find anything to argue about- except that water thing. Can't say that has ever been a problem for me. As for resolutions? I no longer make them. They require being able to predict and live for the future. I'm just not that devine.
 
Dec. 29, 2011 6:42 am
'Fraid it is the confidence with the new horse but the kid is back home and promised to finish him for me :) The older one is the perfect gentleman. If you are ever down this far, drop in and we go trail riding.
 
Alex 
Dec. 29, 2011 6:47 am
I like some of these! I need to be mindful of some things like that, such as eat only things that are delicious. I 'waste' so many calories in day eating things I'm not really enjoying. I like the idea of not denying myself the good stuff either, but my problem is if I have a butter tart, I WILL eat 10 of them! Self-control, not only food wise, is what I need to practice in 2012. Other than that, my only goal is to try to like my life and myself more this year. Not sure how yet, but that's the goal..
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 6:57 am
Cat ~ How old is the new one? my other one, a mare, she had a TOTAL mind of her own, a huge handful she was for a 14.5 hand high horse! :)
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 6:59 am
Alex ~ self-control is tough, I have had to freeze all the leftover chocolate here lest I hoover it up :P and your goal for this year should be an easy one if you BELIEVE in yourself, after that, everything else will follow. Know that you are a valued member of society (and AR!) ;)
 
Dec. 29, 2011 7:01 am
My resolutions revolve around what I am going to do more of rather than what I not going to do. I want to garden more - to dig in the earth, to walk more with my dog, to appreciate every sunrise. My scale has been gone for a long time. As long as I feel good and can still fit into my jeans, I am happy.
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 7:19 am
Wonderful ways to enrich your life BN! it is the simpler things in life that I get the most enjoyment from (especially gardening) :P Happy New Year to you and your family!
 
Dec. 29, 2011 7:35 am
I also hope to walk more, de-clutter more and hope to maintain my off site blog weekly. Happy New Year!
 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:07 am
Happy New Year - I lost just about 50 lbs this year and never once stopped eating chocolate completely - I haven't stepped on a scale since August and my clothes continue to reinforce the fact that I don't need to step on a scale. Eat smart & Exercise. That's all anyone really needs to do. Great blog.
 
Lela 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:36 am
My dog needs me-she begs for a walk every day. That is one resolution and another is to call my friends more. I have been so busy with my FIL being ill and myself having surgery --I need to get together with friends. LIfe is short. Happy New Year to You, Gitano!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:37 am
LadySparkle ~ I have been in a decluttering mode the past few days! I have found we don't need 'stuff' to make us happy! Happy New Year to you too!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:38 am
Doug ~ I am still in awe of your perserverence with your DIE-T earlier this year, your wife and family must be so proud of you! You have found the secret! Happy New Year to you and your family too!
 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:39 am
Gitano, if you're into re-purposing this blog has some great ideas! http://unconsumption.tumblr.com/
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:40 am
Lela ~ I have never owned a dog, but from what I see in my neighbourhood, it doesn't matter the time of year, they are always out walking their pooches! Best wishes for a speedy recovery for you and FIL and all the best for 2012!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:44 am
Sparkle ~ OMG! What a fabulous website!! I LOVE the scrabble shelving idea! I think I have a scrabble board in the crawlspce! :D Thanks!
 
ellie 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:53 am
Slow and Steady wins the race....I love your blog Gitano...enjoy life, be sensible and take it easy on yourself...thanks for posting such a timely reminder to all of us.....we are all so much more than a number on a scale.....my only regret...hee hee...is that I'm not on that plane to Mexico with you in a few weeks....Enjoy and Happy New Year...
 
Gitano 
Dec. 29, 2011 9:29 am
ellie ~ Happy New Year to you too....and you are more than welcome to hop on a plane to Mexico with me! ;)
 
Dec. 29, 2011 12:58 pm
Last Year, Mine Was Eat Good Food, Cook Real Food. I have lost 30 pounds in the past year just by eating good food. It is more fulfilling than a can of ravioli.
 
Dec. 29, 2011 1:48 pm
OOOHH Gitano, How Lovely! I do not make resolutions for the pure simple fact that I know I will Fail and who needs that on their plate? LOL Love the fact that I don't need to buy or look at a scale again and love the fact that you wear no pants while cooking except for the dirty cooking jobs. : )/ LOL. Now to scrub that image out of my head. HEE. Your blog is a Hoot! thanks for giving us some perspective! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
 
Dec. 29, 2011 4:36 pm
I like those resolutions, and can proudly say that following them in 2011 peeled 45 pounds off my frame. Especially the cooking from scratch part. There is hardly any processed food in my pantry. A few sauces I haven't used up yet, stuff like that. I credit gluten-free eating for the big change. Very little bread passes my lips, and I don't often miss it. I really thought I would, but there's so much other good food. Did you know that most any salad spread (egg salad, tuna, chicken, etc...) tastes way better in a Romaine "Taco"? It's true! My resolution for this year is to ride my new bike whenever I feel like it. I think I can keep that one. But I'm keeping my scale. It tells me when I've gone overboard and makes it easy to fit into my tight jeans. And it rewards me for eating well, too. I love seeing those numbers! :)
 
Dec. 29, 2011 7:35 pm
Love this blog Git. Truly words to live by and philosophies to soak in. For me, I haven't owned a scale in years. I found myself obsessing about "the number". I agree that eating good food, eating food in season, and exercising are the basics for a healthy life. We are too wrapped up in what the TV and print ads tell us we need to look like to really enjoy how we REALLY are. I'm not saying that people shouldn't lose weight if they need to, but if they follow the lifestyle that some of the commenters and your blog speak about, the weight will come off. My favorite quote: "Life is short, eat dessert first." And I'm jealous of the Mexico trip too!
 
Dec. 29, 2011 8:45 pm
Gitano, great blog! I think someone last year suggested one resolution per month. I tried to stick to that, and after some sad family stuff, it went by the wayside. I am going to attempt it again this year. In fact, my husband says he will join me. We haven't decided if we will tell each other our monthly resolutions at all, but if we decide to do so, if it will be on the 1st day of the month so the other can "remind" us what we are attempting that month, or if we tell each other on the last day of the month and decide if we made it or not. I think that for me personally, attempting one month at a time will work better as it will be in smaller "bites"!! (it always references back to food/eating, doesn't it??)Good luck on yours!! And have a fabulous time in Mexico.
 
Gitano 
Dec. 30, 2011 4:49 am
King Sparta ~ SO true on the processed food! I never buy processed food for that very reason, it has no flavour and is loaded with preservatives and sodium! Happy New Year to you!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 30, 2011 4:50 am
Thanks Patty Cakes! I love your enthusiasm for life! :D Happy New Year!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 30, 2011 4:52 am
LucyLove ~ CONGRATS on 45 lbs gone!! WOOT! You go girl! bread....yes, that is my downfall, and I always bake it fresh once a week (even though it's whole wheat)...I love wraps too and will now try your idea of romaine or other lettuce leaves and use them as wraps! THANKS for the tip! :) Happy New Year to you and your family!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 30, 2011 4:57 am
Avon ~ mi amiga buena...words to live by! LOVE it! (Life is Short, eat dessert first!) :D I will still keep my scale, for the same reason as LucyLove, to confirm just exactly HOW much needs to go when the jeans start to get tight :) and you are so right on society's perception due to print/tv... I mean, how realistic are those bonerack models and movie stars anyway? I bet they have miserable lives inside their own casas! ;P
 
Gitano 
Dec. 30, 2011 4:59 am
chris k ~ I think that is a wonderful idea! one resolution a month.. breaking down the big list into smaller, manageable chunks! Best Wishes on you and your husbands upcoming conguering! I have no doubt you both will do just fine! Happy New Year!
 
Dec. 30, 2011 9:59 am
Well said, Gitano. I will second your thoughts. I will be exercising more and practicing my yoga and meditation more, too. Happy New year!
 
Dec. 30, 2011 11:53 am
Oh, Miss G, I am on it!!! And I'm grateful she mentioned wine!;) All "starting out like the Tazmanian Devil" brought me was knee surgery this year!! Above all, be kind to ourselves!!! Be safe tomorrow night!
 
Dec. 30, 2011 12:47 pm
Gitano, he is almost 16 hands and 8 but he wasn't finished the Gentleman Joe is 14 hands and so broke. Deep sigh, we will get there. Didn't you bring back recipes from Mexico last year? Seems to me I remember a Charro bean recipe from one of your blogs. Can't wait to hear about this trip to Mexico!
 
Dec. 30, 2011 1:05 pm
I resolve to make no resolutions. I never keep them anyway. Live life! If you do it in moderation, it's all good!
 
Dec. 30, 2011 2:05 pm
Happy New Year!!!! I had a whole paragraph typed out and it went "poof" so....I agree totally. Have never owned a scale-hate them and muscle weighs more than fat so if my jeans fit, I am dancing in or out of them. New Years resolution has always been to live, love, laugh and learn. I try to learn something new every year. New domestic job-sewing, knitting, crocheting, etc, or new food, new way of cooking, new plant in the garden, or just able to jump a log with the quad, both from the sitting and standing position. These goals I can attain and life remains happy. I love your list and I can follow those as well. Enjoy the game tomorrow night, it should be a doozey
 
Dec. 30, 2011 3:01 pm
I love your list and already practice quite a bit of it. I do keep a scale because it helps me avoid yo-yo weight swings. If I see the numbers creeping up I try to address it before it becomes a problem. It also was a way to feel gratified as I lost 25 pounds last summer and watched the numbers decrease. I am only making one resolution this year and that is to try to live each day as fully as I can, stay in the present and let the future stay the future. Have a great time in Mexico!
 
Dec. 31, 2011 7:53 am
Gitano, I LOVE your blog! I do not make resolutions. I never stick to them. I try my best to end what I start. If I were to clean out all my closets, go through bills, the credit card statement, etc I want to get it done! That's my philosophy! Happy New Year!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 31, 2011 9:54 am
Cat Hill ~ 16.8 hands is B-I-G! I am afraid I would need a step stool to get my foot up into the stirrup! :D he definitely will need a strong hand to guide him through his obnoxious, puberty years (that is what I call 'semi-green' horses) :) Best of luck to you! I would SO love to come down and have a trail ride, one day you may be surprised to see me on your doorstep! :P
 
Gitano 
Dec. 31, 2011 9:57 am
wisweetp ~ Happy New Year to you! I have never done yoga, I don't like turning my body into pretzel poses :P But maybe I should give it a try this year... :)
 
Gitano 
Dec. 31, 2011 9:58 am
mickdee ~ Happy New Year sweets! enjoy your evening and watch out for the wine, it delivers a nasty kick to the head the next morning! :)
 
Gitano 
Dec. 31, 2011 9:59 am
Sassy ~ you are a wise woman!! :) Have a great weekend and all the best for 2012!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 31, 2011 10:01 am
RNG ~ well there you are chica, all back safe and sound from your cross-province journey? I hope you had a blast with family and friends along the way, and I now have a mental pic of you jumping a log on your quad :D You go girl! Make sure you out distance your boys! as for the game tonight, we know who's going to win... ;) Happy New Year chica!
 
Gitano 
Dec. 31, 2011 10:03 am
BigShotsMom ~ that is what I try to do with the scale in my bathroom, try to make it so that I don't go all hog crazy, even though she said throw the scale out, I still need it on occasion :P and congrats on the 25lb loss! WOOT! That is fantastic! :D Now the hard part is to keep it off whilst enjoying life! Happy New Year to you and yours!
 
Dec. 31, 2011 1:47 pm
Gitano: I have to endorse #8. My personal quest for weight loss has had reasonable success this year. I lost about 35 pounds. But in August, I hit the dreaded plateau. Oh, how I wish I had done some baseline measurements. I have better luck sticking with the program when I can see some definitive results. Hope you have a restful vacation in Mexico!
 
Dec. 31, 2011 5:09 pm
Yes Gitano, my trek across the prairies was great, good weather, decent roads and a laugh-fest-palooza with the family over the holidays. Not sure if my belly hurt more from eating or laughing.
 
Jan. 1, 2012 5:43 pm
You had me up until Never Eat Chocolate again. For me, that would be like saying I'll never sleep again, but the problem is you need sleep to function so that would be an automatic fail. Some things I just won't do. I love your goal of "Eating deliciously". May steal that one! :D Hope you have a delicious New Year!
 
Gitano 
Jan. 2, 2012 5:09 am
bikerfamily ~ try using a tape measure instead of a scale, I have found great success in keeping myself in check (unless I lose the tape measure temporarilty :P), I start off with a small spreadsheet on the computer and once a month, plug the numbers in, it's neat to see the numbers decreasing! Happy New Year and continued success on your healthy living plan!
 
Gitano 
Jan. 2, 2012 5:10 am
RNG ~ I would say BOTH the eating and laughing are responsible for the belly aches! :D Glad you had a great time though and that the weather was decent for the long drive, you never know what you are going to get in wintertime in Canada :P
 
Gitano 
Jan. 2, 2012 5:12 am
PurringGourmet ~ Thanks for popping in! I didn't say I wouldn't eat chocolate ever again, I thought about it though until I found the 10 realistic New Year's Resolutions above...I will indulge myself occassionally, just not get all stupid about it and eat a whole box of them! :) Have a fabulous New Year as well!
 
Jan. 3, 2012 1:19 am
So funny ~ great blog!
 
Gitano 
Jan. 3, 2012 5:15 am
Thanks apple.strudel! :) Happy New Year!
 
Jan. 3, 2012 8:43 am
My all-time favorite wine is a Niagara. If only I lived closer, *sigh*
 
Jan. 3, 2012 9:12 am
Now these are my kind of resolutions!!!!!
 
Gitano 
Jan. 4, 2012 12:01 pm
You can have my share camsmith89... I don't touch the stuff! :P
 
Gitano 
Jan. 4, 2012 12:01 pm
Jane Austen... either you really like her novels...or your mother did! :D Happy New Year to you!
 
Jan. 4, 2012 6:38 pm
I AM 58 YEARS OLD. I AM WITH YOU WHEN IT COMES TO EATING WHAT YOU WANT SOMETIMES. I RECENTLY LOST 28 LBS. THEN I CHOSE TO "ENJOY" ALL THE HOLIDAY FEASTING FROM HALLOWEEN THRU CHRISTMAS AND HAVE NO REGRETS EVEN THOUGH I GAINED BACK 8 LBS. I KNEW I WOULD GAIN BUT ENJOYED THE FUN HOLIDAY FOOD WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS. I AM NOW BACK BEING A "GOOD GIRL", HAVING NO PROBLEM WITH CONTROL,ACTUALLY ENJOYING THE SACRIFICE, BECAUSE I HAD SPOILED MYSELF EARLIER. I FEEL IN CONTROL AND HAVE EVERY CONFIDENCE I WILL REACH MY GOAL TO LOSE ANOTHER 20. IN ADDITION IT REALLY DOES WORK (FOR ME ANYWAY) TO NOT WAIT MORE THAN 3 HOURS BEFORE EATING SOMETHING HEALTHY, NO FOOD AFTER 7, AND MAKING SURE I HAVE SOME PROTEIN WITH EACH MEAL KEEPS ME FROM CRAVING. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE, WE CAN DO THIS! ALL OF US HAVE PROBABLY RAISED CHILDREN,BEEN EFFECTIVE IN THE WORKFORCE, HELP THE NEEDY IN OUR COMMUNITY, ALL KINDS OF WONDERFUL CONTRIBUTIONS. WE ARE ALSO CAPABLE OF THIS. JUST LOVE YOURSELF ENOUGH TO SAY "I AM VERY IMPORTANT TOO" AND IT WILL HAPPEN FOR YOU. ONE NEW YEAR GOAL I HAVE CHOSEN: TO WRITE A NOTE OF ENCOURAGEMENT SOMETIME DURING 2012 TO ALL THE WOMEN IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD, ABOUT 60 THAT I KNOW. REMEMBERING HOW GREAT A SHORT HEARTFELT NOTE HAS HELPED LIFT ME, I WANT TO PUT A SMILE ON THESE SWEET LADIES' FACES!
 
Jan. 4, 2012 7:25 pm
Great blog! So interesting too. I'm a notorius planner and Brian Bufini student. (you'll know what I'm talking about) So, having goals in every area of my life IS something I do... sometimes complete with "vision boards." Now, having said that; I'm also very spontaneous and enjoy seizing moments in life, cuz sometimes, actually most times, those moments are fleeting. Gotta be flexible to take advantage of them when they show up. Gosh, so much could be said about intentional living vs just floating down the river of life. Really thought provoking blog Gitano.
 
Gitano 
Jan. 5, 2012 3:35 am
MommaAroma ~ sounds like you figured 'it' out! :) Congrats on your weight loss and your continued healthy living plan!
 
Gitano 
Jan. 5, 2012 3:38 am
Candice ~ Happy New Year doll! Yes, I know all about Brian Buffini ;) he is THE most wanted sales program in these parts - he has a very high success rate in all his students :) I love to be spontaneous as well, although sometimes I am guilty of trying to 'plan' them LOL!
 
Jan. 5, 2012 7:54 am
I plan to write encouraging notes this year, too, using the postcards I bought through the years and have never sent. Happy note receivers and a neater desk...yippee! LOL ;)
 
 
 
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I am a Real Estate Agent (visit www.deborahlsykes.com), A Mom to two grown kids, A Wife and I love to collect recipes! I have so many creative outlets at the moment...it is a wonder I have time to work :) I knit all kinds of things, I design, create and sew custom-made Aprons, Totes & Vacation Handbags ~ for further info, please visit http://www.lagitanacrafts.com, I also JUST (Oct/13) purchased a loom and am learning how to weave AND I blog my heart out at www.ournorthernhomestead.com. I used to blog here on AR but felt the need to compile everything into one site, cooking, sewing, crafts, DIY, and funny cr@p that happens to me at our cottage and life in general. So pop on by and say hello!
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BBQ Chicken Penne Pasta - my husband ADORES it! Anything with rice or pasta, along with a killer bbq chicken pizza!
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Easter Paska bread - my kids pester me every year to make it! It takes all day but well worth it.
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Anything that turns out well! ;)
My cooking tragedies
When I first got married many years ago, we got our first microwave and I attempted to cook carrots in a corningware dish with a glass lid...anyway, I inadertantly set the timer for 25 minutes and went out in the backyard, next thing I knew the glass lid of the corningware was a molten mass and the carrots had turned into little charcoal briquettes! My husband has never let me hear the end of that one! :)
 
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