Nine food resolutions that will help you eat better, live better and be a better steward of your community in 2014.
Here's the thing about resolutions: we make them because we want to do better—be better, even. So it's no surprise that food often becomes the focal point for New Year’s resolutions. Unfortunately, "Eat better!" isn't a resolution. That is an unrealistic goal that doesn't give you any parameters for success. And when it comes down to it, what does "eat better" really even mean?
Want to eat better, live better and be a better steward of your community in 2014? Then here are nine food resolutions that will help you do just that. This is not a list or rules and regulations; it's a collection of ideas for how you might start to have a better relationship to what you eat. You may be able to do one thing on this list. You might want to do all of them. Simply use it to inspire you to do better tomorrow than you did today. Change is an accumulation of small steps after all.