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February. It kinda sneaks up on you. But not in an altogether bad way. We’re just so busy in January setting the new year “right,” that we get a little pummelled by our lists of good intentions. Somewhere around right now, our “New Year, New You” T-shirts start to itch a little. And smell a lot. Well, cue February—the Command Z of resolutions gone sideways.
Intrigued? Good. Because it’s time we all cut ourselves some slack and started thinking of our New Year’s resolutions as
“get-tos” rather than “got-tos.” Sometimes, that takes a few tries. And those tries are what this month’s “Take Care” theme is all about—giving ourselves more chances to be a little better to ourselves. To get you (and us) inspired, we’re exploring topics such as workplace wellness, art in retirement homes—even the dangers of Dr. Google.
And since taking care includes indulgence in moderation, we’ve baked up a recipe section that’s decidedly… to die for. That’s right. We’re talking chocolate, in all its glorious incarnations. We’ve added it to bread dough and waffle batter, drizzled it on coconut squares and even combined it with red wine to make Valentine’s cupcakes.
So join us in welcoming February and the chance to turn “got-tos” into “get-tos.”