Posted on December 17, 2020 at 2:45 PM by Madhu Gadia
December 17, 2020
Year in Review
First and foremost, I want to thank YOU for subscribing to this blog, watching the cooking videos, and joining my Facebook Page and Instagram. I am eternally grateful for your support. I wish you and your family a Very Happy Holiday Season and a Prosperous New Year!
Although I don’t write a Christmas/Holiday letter, the last few years, in December, I take the time to reflect and make a list of my accomplishments, things that matter to me. We all have a never-ending “To-Do List,” so it only makes sense that we close the year with a “Done List.” I hope you, too, will take the time to focus on your 2020 feats and triumphs.
As much as 2020 has been a very difficult year with Covid-19 at the center stage of our lives, writing this letter forced me to look beyond the pandemic. I was very fortunate as there were many firsts for me, such as featured in newspaper, cooking demo on TV, Facebook Live, and so on...
Most important, everyone in my family has been healthy. Although we have not met each other, we have zoomed, facetimed, and texted each other more regularly.
I hope the videos helped you create authentic Indian dishes!
TV appearance – Cooking Demo with Rheya Spigner
March: Coronavirus Pandemic became a reality; “Stay at Home” became a new normal.
– By David Mullen
Featured in the CulinaryWoman Newsletter – The dollars behind the dishes
by Micheline Maynard
Unraveling The Mystery Of Indian Cooking
Iowa Diabetes – FB live with Dr. Anuj Bhargava; a diabetes educational session:
Thank you - 575+ views
Webinar - For Dietitians, 1 CEU – Organized by Oldways
I’m so happy to share my new logo with you. Hope you like it as much as I do.
2020 Year End: Cherry on top - I am grateful and proud to be on the Asian Advisory Board of Oldways.
Thank you again for keeping me motivated and subscribing to the blog.
Happy Healthy Holidays
P.S. Make Time for Yourself - With so much to do, who has time to meditate? But how about just 5 minutes? Just sit back, close your eyes, smile, and breathe in and out. Breathe mindfully and naturally—do not force breath. And if you must (natural), think only of things you have accomplished today.
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