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Meet the food goals you’re going to accomplish in 2018 (really)


Yes, you’ve finally gotten into a so-so relationship with your blender (what up, morning smoothies) and are dipping your toes into superfoods, but there are some food-related skills and habits that still seem elusive (ahem, actually getting out of the office to eat lunch). And that’s about to change.

This year is all about finally conquering those food goals you always think about, but often let fall to the sidelines. We’ve partnered with Weight Watchers (specifically the brand new, feel-good program WW Freestyle) to bring you the tools that’ll make your intentions reality—and big things are coming your way.

This year is all about finally conquering those food goals you always think about, but often let fall to the sidelines.

But in the meantime, it’s time to identify the priorities the majority of us have on our minds, like bidding farewell to sad desk lunches and actually hosting more dinner parties. Think of this list as the first step that will help you and your BFFs make 2018 the best year ever. (For real.)

Watch the video above to see the six food goals you’re totally going to master this year—and consider it your official pump-up anthem.

In partnership with Weight Watchers