Making Dietary Changes for the New Year? 10 Tips to Help You Stay on Track

Veganuary and Dry January are just a few of the goals people have been undertaking as a means of cleansing, changing, renewing, and growing. How hard is it to cut something out of your diet or to radically transform your diet and your relationship with food? While everyone may not become a sober vegan, there are many dietary changes people are undertaking – perhaps you are trying to cut meat out or eat smaller portions…

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Guest Blog Post: Sydney’s Journey to a Plant-Based Diet

Lifestyle changes simply do not happen overnight. With many other lifestyle changes I have made over the years, changing my dietary habits has been slow, which, I must add, benefits me tremendously because it always gives me adequate time for self-reflection. Moreover, going at a slow pace helps me to truly let go of the habits so that I won’t re-acquire them in the future.  

Why Vegetarian-Pescatarian?

As you know, this food blog is written from the perspective of a self-identified “vegetarian-pescatarian”.  What is a vegetarian-pescatarian?  Someone who eats fish and seafood, but no land meat like chicken, beef, pork, turkey, lamb, etc.  Why would one willfully choose to eat like this?  Well, let me tell you a little bit about my journey towards being a vegetarian-pescatarian…

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 I explore ethical and affordable eating and drinking in Chicago.  I provide an overall rating, a vegetarian/pescatarian rating, and an affordability rating.