October Kitchen - B2B - January 2019


casseroles behind the fruits and veggies. This way, you’re not as tempted to indulge every time you open the fridge.

Right away, we want to tell you not to start the new year by being mean to yourself. Did you drink too much on New Year’s Eve? Eat a whole pie on Thanksgiving? It’s okay! You can start eating better today. Here are a few tips to build better habits.

Try These Tips to Eat Better in the New Year!

Eat 2 Servings of Vegetables

Full of healthy vitamins, minerals and plenty of fiber to keep you full, good eating habits start with veggies. It’s easy too. Just snack on snap peas or have a serving of broccoli at dinner.

Avoid Detoxes or Crash Diets

You can’t make up for eating too many cookies on Christmas Eve by starving yourself today. These kinds of “cleanses” aren’t healthy. Though you may reach your weight loss goal faster, it’s not sustainable in the long run and you’ll only end up hurting your body.

Say No to the ‘What the Hell’ Effect

Have you ever had one bite of fudge that turned into the whole pan? This is the “what the hell” effect. It’s when you rationalize bad behavior by thinking, “I already messed up. I might as well double down.” This trouble cycle is easy to start and hard to quit. Yes, forgive yourself for mistakes, but vow to start doing better immediately. Don’t make yourself feel bad about enjoying the holidays. Instead, get excited about how you’re going to live healthier in 2019! lead healthy and independent lives. Nothing fills our hearts more than knowing we’ve succeeded in our goal when we hear such kind words from our clients. TESTIMONIALS “I started this service after coming home from a long hospitalization. Their info was given to me by my home nursing service, so I called. I was very impressed with the prices, the variety offered and the lady on the phone. Their entrees are plentiful and tasty and do not forget the sandwich fixings. Oh and the yummy desserts! Long story short, order soon and often! You won’t regret it.” –Iz T. “Paul provides the highest quality dishes for your family and you, that are not only good for you, but great tasting. He’s an excellent chef and his meals are well thought out and a no-brainer for anyone looking for healthy choices. Not only does he provide a convenient delivery service to your loved ones or you, he now has in-store pickup for those who want to grab something healthy and delicious on their way home too!” –Carol C. At October Kitchen, our mission is to provide delicious, nourishing meals. In doing so, we hope to help our clients

Hide the Leftovers

Don’t let the holiday cookies or popcorn tins hang out on the kitchen counter. Dr. Beth Vallen, assistant professor of marketing at Villanova University and environmental food-cues researcher, says you’re more likely to snack on food you see all the time. So put the treats away — out of sight, out of mind. Also, store pies and green bean

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days of deciding to do business with a company, from assessing a new company they might do business with to becoming lifelong advocates for that company. In each step, he points out the little things businesses need to do if they want to get their clients to that next step. When I was reading this book, the thing that stuck out to me most was how obvious all his suggestions were. Like with his story about the dentist, it’s the little gestures that make all the difference. I finished the book and asked myself why I wasn’t doing these things already. And when you pick it up, you’ll be asking yourself the same question. If you have any resolutions this year to grow your business, boost customer retention or improve client relationships across the board, you need to start 2019 by reading “Never Lose a Customer Again.”



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