It seems like just yesterday we were putting away our holiday decorations and saying goodbye to winter, and now the holiday season is back! Are you mentally and physically prepared?
It’s easy to let the rush of the holidays force you to put your health and well-being on the backburner. Try not to let it. After all, if you don’t feel good, how are you supposed to make others feel good? You can’t. Which is why you should use these tips to keep you at your best this holiday season:
Be Comfortable Saying, “No”
If you’re trying to maintain your healthy lifestyle, you’re going to want to learn how to say “No.” That’s the only way you’ll really be able to stay on track. You can’t eat every cupcake in the breakroom or all the bags of peanut brittle your neighbors gift you.
You have to say “no” more than “yes” to the candy and cookies people will be throwing in your face this holiday season.