- doesn’t exclude foods
- is made up of foods, not numbers
- is varied and flexible
- is not restrictive
- allows you to trust your body
- is not obsessive
- doesn’t use food as a reward or punishment
- doesn’t have to be “perfect”
- allows you to live your life, but it is not your life
- does not exclude any food group
- consists of foods that make you feel energized and healthy
Last night I picked up my iPad and noticed it needed a couple of updates. Once of the updates was for my favorite iPad app Flipboard. Whenever I update an app I always like to look and see what’s new and this time it was a very nice surprise.
I’ve always wanted to my own magazine as I think has been evident with the number of blogs I’ve created over the years. Blogs, Tumblr included have always been amazing and will likely always be an important part of my life but I have always had a thing for magazines. Flipboard bridges that gap creating an aethetically pleasing, magazine format for your blogs, your tumblrs and your other social feeds.
With yesterdays announcement of Flipboard 2.0 you can now create your own magazines.This is a dream come true for me, especially considering to create your own Apple News Stand magazine you have to be a developer and they won’t accept magazines into the iBooks store. This is something I hope Apple fixes but in the meantime Flipboard will do nicely.
So with all that said I have created two new magazines.
- SIGHTSĒING which is a general lifestyle magazine of all things that catch my fancy including Cycling, Photography, Exploration, Cars, Homes and Streetwear.
- #FROMWHEREIBIKE Which is a magazine that features my cycling photography and stories.
You can subscribe to both and I will be sure to update them often.