What's your Holiday Health plan?

You might be surprised to hear the word plan when speaking about health as it relates to the Holiday time of year. I understand your surprise.

When it comes to the Holidays, we're faced with many traditions and routines that become automatic without us giving a second thought to the choices we're making. It can be extremely hard to deny the second serving of pie from Aunt Sally. Once we're in automatic mode, then we go along with what we've always done during the Holidays. Just like a New Year resolution, it becomes another year of doing the same old. Now, I want to be clear that there's nothing wrong with the same old if you don't want anything to change in your health. After all, what you'll get is more of what you've gotten in the past.

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Photo by Kaboompics.com from Pexels

However, since you're reading this post, my guess is that your health is important to you and you're looking to make some sort of change for the better. If that's the case, then you have to do something different than you have done in the past. Having a plan for something that might seem trivial such as navigating your health around Holiday time can make a big difference for you. Without a plan, the temptation to over-indulge, sabotage, and be included becomes too much to resist, and you find yourself in a familiar position on December 31st - making the same New Years resolutions for the 10th time.

I want more for you this year. I want this year to be different for you. That's why I've created a Holiday Health Guide to help you enjoy the most wonderful time of year with loved ones while still honoring your health goals because nobody can care more about your health than YOU.

What do I do now?

You can download the Holiday Health Guide by subscribing to my weekly Healthy Living e-mail.

My hope is that you’ll use this guide to take your health to a whole new level. I believe in YOU. You're stronger than YOU might even comprehend.

I look forward to sharing in your success and providing more Healthy Living content in the coming year.

I wish you and your loved ones so much joy this Holiday Season.

In good health,


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