Today is the end of a very busy week in Cleveland, Ohio, for the 2018 Content Marketing World conference.
One of the big messages that stuck with me this year was around being intentional, having a vision, and focusing on making your vision happen. I also had a friend very politely poke me about my lack of recipe publishing over the past few months.
That’s because over the past year, I’ve been very much focused on my day job—growing my content marketing consultancy. And it didn’t leave as much time as I’d like for the blog. And that makes me sad.
I’d already resolved to put aside focused time each week to be able to get back on track with my recipes here. I even bought a new Passion Planner and brought it with me on this trip with the goal of mapping out my proposed editorial calendar for the next three months. And on the plane rides home, I’m going to be doing just that, but with a renewed sense of dedication and inspiration.
And speaking of inspiration, isn’t this protein bowl from Urban Farmer in Cleveland one of the most beautiful and healthy breakfasts you’ve ever seen?
This Week’s Low FODMAP Recipes
After a week of eating out for every meal, I’m excited to get back into the kitchen and try out these delicious low FODMAP recipes:
- Looking for a simple salad formula that can you can easily modify to take advantage of seasonal low FODMAP produce? Try this grilled vegetable salad from Treble in the Kitchen.
- If you’re ready for a Fall low FODMAP main course, try this chicken schnitzel from FODMAP Friendly.
- If you’re still in denial about Summer being almost over, try these Summer Rolls from FODMAP
- Can’t get enough chocolate in your day? Then you’ll want to bake Becky Excel’s triple chocolate cookies.
Find Your Next Low FODMAP Favorite Food
When I get home from a trip, it’s time to restock the pantry with great low FODMAP snacks and baking staples. If you’re also in need of a big low FODMAP foods restock, check out my Amazon store.
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