September 2023
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Mealtimes can become a chore or get repetitive after rotating through your go-to dishes. Try a new recipe idea, create your own, or go to a new restaurant to spice things up! Not only can this expand your palate, but it can have a positive impact on your overall nutrition.


Try at least one new meal a week.

Recreate a Childhood Favorite

What was your favorite meal growing up? Pizza? Tator Tots? See if you can create a mature version of your beloved childhood fav’s. Oh, and replace the bottled ketchup with a homemade dipping sauce.

Try a Subscription Box

If you are struggling to find new meal ideas and don’t want to buy a bunch of new ingredients, try a meal kit. There are many meal subscription boxes to choose from. They come with detailed instructions and pre-measured ingredients so trying something new could not be easier!

Combine Cuisines

Fusion cuisine combines food from different countries or cultures to make something new and unexpected. Try Mexican lasagna, Greek tacos, or a Thai curry.

Try Vegetarian

Are you usually a meat lover? Try out a vegetarian recipe. You may discover a love for plant-based food that you didn’t know you had! These recipes can be just as flavorful and diverse as traditional versions. Give vegetarian cuisine a try!

Host a Potluck

What better way to try new foods than to host a potluck? Have friends or family come over, bringing a new dish or household favorite. You get a bite of everything and a fun evening.

Don’t Forget Dessert

Time to leave some room for dessert! So often we go out for dinner and pass on the delicious sweets. Plan a day to visit your favorite eatery, just for dessert!

Turn the Ordinary
into Extraordinary
Unleash your curiosity.
Get out there and explore!
Let\’s Reflect
Why is it important?

Self-reflection is the key to self-awareness. It allows you to look neutrally at your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and actions. 

It is about questioning what you do and why you do it. Through this practice, you\’ll be able to look at yourself with newfound interest and curiosity.

Want to share your answers? It’s completely anonymous.





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