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SISTER Wives star Janelle Brown kicked off her vow to be “healthier” in the new year with a dinner of beans and greens.
The 52-year-old, who told fans earlier this week that she’s “ready for change,” showed off the dish and told fans she hopes it’ll bring her “luck” in 2022.
Janelle opened up about wanting to be “lucky” in the new year, just after she fought with her husband in the latest episode of their reality show.
The two clashed over sons Gabrielle and Garrison socializing during the Thanksgiving holidays and Kody wanting to evict them, and the explosive argument ended with Janelle telling Kody to "f**k off."
Wanting to continue into the new year on a more positive note, Janelle shared a photo of her dinner from Tuesday night as she’s vowed to keep her commitment to being healthier this year.
She wrote that she went in with the “best intentions” while making herself a meal of “beans and greens” for Tuesday’s dinner.
It’s a Southern tradition to eat this type of dish for dinner on New Year’s Day to symbolize good luck and wealth.
As it’s a few days into 2022, Janelle wondered: “Will I still be lucky in the New Year if I didn’t eat them on New Years Day?”
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Janelle has been on somewhat of a health kick the last few months, alongside her daughter Maddie and her sister wife Christine.
In a post about the new year, the reality star thanked her daughter for making the positive changes in her own life first before then sharing advice with Janelle.
“Her sharing with me has forever changed the way I feel," the 52-year-old wrote in a smiling selfie on Monday.
She gave an update in the caption on her overall positive outlook on life lately and her excitement heading into 2022
Janelle began: “With the holidays behind us – many of us are now focusing on the New Year & new goals.
“New can also bring change. Change comes first with the decision to try. Trying comes with the decision to continue.
“Continuing comes with the decision to be committed.”
She admitted: “I wanted & needed something but I didn't know what. I thought how I felt before was how it was supposed to be.”
After learning from Maddie and joining on a health journey of her own, the TV star said she's excited to continue with that “same commitment” in the new year.
One of Janelle’s other sister wives, Meri, opened up over the weekend about going into the new year “happy” and “loving life."
To celebrate leaving 2021 behind, she shared a video to her Instagram of her mood for the new year.
She lip-synched to the quote: “You know, you can watch me, mock me, block me, or join me. But what you cannot do is stop me.”
Meri added that this sentiment went for both her personal life and her professional life.
“I have life goals, I have business goals. I love my life. I'm happy,” she started off in the caption for the post.
The Sister Wives star continued: “I’m gonna keep on doing me, because THAT'S what makes me happy.
“Being me, my authentic self, living by my set of values and standards, following my dreams and passions, living my fulfilled life, y'all that's what it's about!
“I challenge you to do the same this year!”
She later went on to share another message for the new year, posting a quote that read: “2022 I’m ready. Out with the old, in with the new.”
That sentiment seemed to fit how her sister wife Christine has been feeling lately, as well.
As in November, after much speculation, Christine finally revealed she'd left her husband Kody following several tense months.
She has been open with fans following the split, admitting she has "good and bad" days.
She noted, however, that she feels "like a much better person" after calling it quits.
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