The holiday season is filled with many tasks, events, obligations, and emotions. We shop for gifts and imagine the joy of the person who opens it. We dread next month’s credit card bills. We enjoy the bounty of holiday treats. We feel guilty about the extra 10 pounds we’ve put on since Thanksgiving. We feel[…]
Thanksgiving signals the opening day of a season of overeating, stress, and inactivity. Typically, this season doesn’t end until well after we ring in the New Year. So, let’s do it differently this year! This Thanksgiving, start making smarter choices about what you eat and pick portion sizes to help you avoid gaining weight this holiday season.
I love the Holidays! But I don’t love the stress that comes with them. Christmas is five months away, and now is a great time to do some advance planning. Before the back-to-school shopping kicks in or the end of summer Labor Day parties are here, think about the winter holiday season. So get yourself a cool beverage and take a visit to the Ghost of Christmas Past and perhaps change Christmas Future for the better.
If you’re reading this, you’ve made it past the copious amounts of food and happy-family-fun-time of Thanksgiving, successfully avoided being trampled by crowds on Black Friday, and you’re well on your way to celebrating the holidays and a Happy New Year. But don’t utter that sigh of relief just yet. Read on for some helpful holiday safety tips!
Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Nearly half of all Americans do. Yet, discouragingly, only 26% maintain their goals past six months. Today, I’ll share with you some SMART tips you can use to fine-tune your new goals and boost your success rate with future goals.
The holiday season is a thrilling time of year filled with family gatherings and celebrations among co-workers and friends. Although festive, the holidays can be challenging for those concerned with weight loss. Being continuously surrounded by comfort foods coupled with an all-you-can-eat atmosphere must be counterbalanced with the resolve to not over-indulge and to maintain healthy eating habits. Instead of trying to lose weight, it may be more realistic to try and maintain your weight over the holidays. Here are some tips to help you and your diet safely navigate holiday parties.