New Years Traditions…and Food!

The best part of our New Years traditions are the food for New Year’s day. Ever since I started celebrating with my husband we always have black eyed peas, greens, and cornbread. The black eyed peas stand for abundance, the greens for money, and cornbread for well heck I don’t know but we always eat it.

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As a kid I don’t remember eating anything special on New Years so having at least one meal planned for the year is AWESOME. My in laws also eat pork on New Years but we don’t eat pork in our house. So I made chicken for my husband instead. One of my goals this year is to eat less to no meat, so I’m also making The Prepper from No Evil Foods for myself.

This year we are finally making traditions of our own. TheDudeman and I are finally embracing the whole “adult” thing. Setting goals, making time for all things, communicating, it’s like we grew up or something. This year we are living intentional every day. Life is too short, ya know?

So, traditions they remind us of what came before and bring us together. But change is the name of my game this year. Less meat, more intentions, less clutter, more manifestation, and a whole lot of grace.

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Today’s $1 Download is my Vegan Baby Food Muffins recipe. In this house we use everything we can to make healthy options for our kids. This one is unique and delicious!

Some items you may need for the Vegan Baby Food Cupcakes are as follows:

Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

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