We hope your February is off to a great start and that your New Year resolutions are still intact. If not, oh well – make new goals – we’re sure they’ll be better than your first round, anyway. If one of your goals is to seek out healthy meals (or if you’re just looking for a few healthy recipes to make for your sweetie this Valentine’s day), we’ve got some great stories in this week’s From Our Friends.
In addition to recipes, we’ve got a link to an article about a strong, aged worker, a fun movie night DIY, some excessive exercise warning signs, and a piece about getting healthy gluten-free breads and crackers.
1. This is one of the tasty, healthy recipes I referenced earlier. The Black-Eyed Pea and Quinoa Salad is full of body warming peppers. Via Glow Kitchen.
2. And here’s the second recipe I mentioned: It’s a hearty, vegan lasagna from Whole Foods Market.
3. So, you don’t want to go to work today. Garner some inspiration for this 100-year-old man who is still working. Via HooplaHa.
4. A kitchen that prepares teens for jobs? What a great idea! Read the story from Civil Eats.
5. Movie night just got a lot more crafty. This post from Crafting a Green World has a fun DIY Popcorn Tub tutorial.
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6. Have you ever wondered if you have an exercise addiction? Read this blog at Daily Makeover to see if you may. And as always, if you think you do, consult a medical professional.
7. So, what’s all that weird stuff in your gluten-free bread and crackers? The Chalkboard has the info, and a lot of it isn’t pretty.
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