The Lad’s New Year’s Resolution

When I was younger, my dad used to say, “The next year you have to start planning.

The next year, start thinking.”

I was raised in the ’80s, when planning meant looking forward to the next year.

The first thing I ever did was look at my calendar and start thinking.

The goal is to get out there and get out in the world, to get on a plane and see what’s going on.

That’s my year-end gift to you.

But, for a long time, I’ve been thinking of next year in the same way.

In my own life, I look back at the past years, and it reminds me that it was hard.

It took me a long while to get over the feeling of not being able to do things the way I wanted to do them.

But I was so grateful for the opportunity that came along with that.

So now, next year’s the year you start thinking about what you want to do next.

And then you get your plans and your priorities in order.

That means being proactive.

It means taking time for yourself and letting yourself be the person you want your life to be.

You can do that by thinking about the things you want.

And those are the things that make life worth living.

Which is the best Chinese onion?

There’s no doubt the Chinese onion has been a staple of Chinese cuisine for centuries.

The Asian delicacy, which can be found at nearly every corner of the world, is made with red onions and green onions, both of which are often used to make jianbao, a Chinese noodle soup.

But the Chinese have been making it better over the years, and the country’s foodie community is beginning to get a little obsessed with the red onion.

So when the Chinese government introduced the national standard of yellow onions to replace their red ones, the reaction was swift.

People were clamoring to get their hands on a few extra.

The yellow onion is so popular in China that many restaurants have started offering it for free, so the Chinese eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

While there are still a lot of Chinese restaurants that don’t offer the onion for free because they have to charge more, the trend is becoming popular enough that some of the restaurants are starting to charge extra to cater to the demand.

That’s one of the reasons why, despite being a major foodie attraction in China, it’s not quite as common as the red onions.

According to CNNMoney, the average price for a red onion in China is about US$12.50.

And it’s a good thing for the Chinese because they need a lot more red onions to make up for the shortage of red ones.

While the Chinese are using red onions more and more for everything from jianbaos to Chinese-style puffy pancakes, they’re also adding more of the yellow variety to their diets.

This isn’t just because of the popularity of the red ones: The Chinese are also increasingly buying yellow onions because they’re cheaper and have a stronger flavor.

The red onion is also considered a more healthy alternative to other meats.

According the American Institute of Nutrition, red onions contain around 10 times more iron than white onions, which are commonly used in Chinese cooking.

There are a lot fewer white onions in the US, but white onions are much less expensive.

And the white onion is more affordable compared to red onions because it has a higher percentage of calcium, potassium and vitamin A. Plus, the amount of calories in a white onion depends on how it was harvested.

That means that if it was from a farm that wasn’t certified organic, it probably had a lower calorie count than a red one.

But for the most part, the Chinese use red onions for their noodles, and they eat them all the time.

In fact, it was a common practice in the early days of the Han Dynasty, when people could get by with only two types of meat for their meal: beef and pork.

The Han Dynasty’s first emperor, the Qing Dynasty, started a policy to make sure that the meat that the Han ate was of the highest quality.

As the Chinese grew more prosperous, they started to get more adventurous with their diet, and soon people were eating a lot meat.

And as we’ve learned, they are not all happy about it.

In the 1960s, when China began to embrace Western foods, the country started to embrace its own foods more, and many Chinese started to adopt Western food customs as well.

Some of these Chinese eaters became vegetarian.

And many others are now opting to eat less meat altogether.

But if you ask most Chinese, the most important thing they’ll say about eating a vegetarian diet is that it’s more healthy than meat.

They tend to say they eat a lot less meat than Westerners, and also that they are less likely to get cancer, diabetes and heart disease, according to the World Health Organization.

As we’ve seen, there are some differences in the health of the Chinese and Americans, but the majority of Chinese eat a vegetarian or vegan diet.

And this is something that’s growing across the country.

Here are the top 10 countries that are growing the most vegetarian diets in the world.

Top 10 countries growing the largest vegetarian diets according to CNNHealth: 1.

France (28 percent) 2.

Italy (28.5 percent) 3.

Switzerland (25.4 percent) 4.

United Kingdom (24.6 percent) 5.

Germany (24 percent) 6.

Netherlands (24 percentage) 7.

Sweden (23.5 percentage) 8.

Canada (23 percent) 9.

United States (22.9 percent) 10.

Australia (22 percent) Sources: CNN, CNNMoney