As we enter the 2014 holiday home-stretch, just a quick note to let you know how much I appreciate the followers of the Pizza for Good book blog… past, present and future! Here are a few pieces of video candy for you to enjoy in the days leading up to Thanksgiving:
“There’s a joy in reaching for something more.” Have a look at the PFG mini-doc:
Also (with a h/t to Jason Maynard), here’s a gal named Mary Risely whose no-nonsense approach to Turkey Day is rather refreshing:
Finally, have a look at my gal pal Nancy Giles as she test-drives a new, wifi-enabled crock pot that is now on my shopping list:
Pizza for Good is a great way to enjoy pizza and to bring people together for the holidays. Buy it today—the eBook OR the print version—and you won’t regret it! As always, online reviews are greatly appreciated.
Most of all, cheers to a safe and happy Thanksgiving! 🙂
Pizza for Good: Buy it for the recipes, use it to build community #GoodRising
You may have seen the tweets flying around the interwebs, talking up the promotion to take $3 off Pizza for Good in print:
or this one:
So, time to head over to my Etsy page (using the code: twitter) and score your very own discounted copy! Supplies are limited. As a bonus, you’ll also receive a coupon for 75% off the eBook version, with enhanced video and professional photography.
This offer is good until tomorrow at midnight! (more)
How many of you have felt this way? From the film “Eat Pray Love” and based on the book of the same name, Elizabeth (Julia Roberts) declares how she’s no longer going to obsess over weight gain:
It’s a great message to love yourself and your body as it is. But exercise—particularly after eating pizza, which can be high in calories, fat and carbs—is equally good for your soul and well-being.
So, go on and have that relationship with your pizza. And yourself. Quoting from Round One of Pizza for Good:
“Always complement your pizza consumption with lots of sweat and activity the next day. You’ll be giving yourself some carb energy to go for a run, do a hike, or get on the treadmill for 30 minutes.”
Pizza for Good: Buy it for the recipes, use it to build community