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Holiday Tip #9 For A Rejuvenating Time

January 1, 2019

Today is time for cooking! I know what you are going to say. You’ve just had your fair amount of fats and sugar only yesterday evening. You may even start all over again today with your family. However, what I’m offering is a quiet quality time together. Not a 5-course meal for 20 persons.

Try a new recipe and cook together

When I mean together, I mean together to cook it not only eat it. So, try to get organized so that everyone can participate in the cooking and baking of something you have never tried before.

Besides, it will be the occasion for this new year to try something new to taste (why not try a vegan recipe for a lighter meal!), or maybe try something new to do: cooking together! Remember that if you have kids with you, and they are not used to cook, it can easily become a little messy. But keep calm, it’s the new year, and keep in mind that they will improve time after time. By all means, don’t let this first experience be the last because it was not as quiet as you thought it should be.

What kind of recipe do you like to cook together?

Pinterest is full of great recipes. You can find some vegan ideas on my board. Be careful, however, whatever you choose, sometimes the recipes are not working that well. Make sure it has been tried by others before you if you don’t want to be adventurous.

Sometimes, we also like to cook with the help of companies such as Gousto in the UK, or  Hello Fresh in Canada. These are websites that deliver all the ingredients to cook a recipe of your choice from their website. It’s very convenient, and make you try different without the difficulties of shopping for an intricate list of ingredients.

Today’s mood:

A short read to teach you how to perform our most natural action:

 

If you want to be on the list for my free “Mindfulness Advent Calendar” for next year, you can already subscribe to the list, visit the page here.

 



 

If you want to read my 12 tips:

First tip: Holiday Tip #1 For A Rejuvenating Time

Second tip: Holiday Tip #2 For A Rejuvenating Time

Third tip: Holiday Tip #3 For A Rejuvenating Time

Fourth tip: Holiday Tip #4 For A Rejuvenating Time

Fifth tip: Holiday Tip #5 For A Rejuvenating Time

Sixth tip: Holiday Tip #6 For A Rejuvenating Time

Seventh tip: Holiday Tip #7 For A Rejuvenating Time

Eighth tip: Holiday Tip #8 For A Rejuvenating Time

Ninth tip: Holiday Tip #9 For A Rejuvenating Time

Tenth tip: Holiday Tip #10 For A Rejuvenating Time

Eleventh tip: Holiday Tip #11 For A Rejuvenating Time

Twelfth tip: Holiday Tip #12 For A Rejuvenating Time

 

If you want to read more about Christmas and Winter season:

My Mindful Christmas Wishlist

Time For You To Get Organized For The Winter Holidays

My Natural Remedies Against Cold And Flu For The Family

Sprinkle mindfulness over December rush

How To Slow Travel Through Christmas Shopping

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