I’ll be the first to admit I tend to overdo it at the holidays. There are so many incredible treats and foods that I have a really hard time restraining myself to small tastes of each thing. Not to mention that we are so focused on everything else that smart, healthy choices like getting enough water, enough sleep, and enough self-care go right out the window. And then we pay for it when the holidays are over and we are left feeling drained and not knowing how to get back on track.
But what if you could set up some healthy habits now that can carry through the hustle of the holidays?
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Let’s make some healthy choices together and be ready to take on the holidays without coming out the other side feeling exhausted or less than stellar about our choices.
8 thoughts on “Let’s create healthy habits *before* the holidays are here”
I too love the thought of applying wellness choices before the holidays! (Running a series on it on my blog now, too!). Great ideas, I’ll check it out-Proactive is always better than reactive!
Thanks, Jill! And I enjoyed your post about deciding to be diligent. I’ve got your other posts marked to read!
It’s great to create these healthy patterns ahead of time. Then it’s easier to stick to, and less harmful when we fail!
Absolutely, Aryn! Thanks for stopping by 😀
This is so important – especially for teaching our children since they are just starting to form their habits! The holidays are a wonderful time, but it’s good to be proactive to not let our health go in all the festivities!
Yes! If they see us running ragged or ignoring our basic needs they are going to learn the same things. We need to teach them the good habits now – starting with keeping our priorities straight.
I’m choosing to adjust some things in my routine before the holidays too – #1 being "stop being a mombie" and go to bed for goodness sakes! So far it is helping.
Ha! I’m so guilty of the mombie life. I want to stay up to spend time with my husband but pay for it at 2pm when my eyes start glazing over. A cup or two of coffee later and I’m back to staying up late again. Such a terrible cycle.