Nov 242016
 

healthy-mumShould I…shouldn’t I…that is the question when presented with a platter of irresistible goodies…

Yes, it’s that time of year again…your will power will be tested and your pants may get a little tighter…but does it have to be that way???

By all means, enjoy the time with your family and friends….be merry and cheerful…but also be healthy.

 

 

PLAN

Santa makes a list and checks it twice, why shouldn’t you? Seriously, planning is your ticket to success.

Making a quick Meal Plan can save you time, money and energy. Make it a habit to take 10 minutes on Sunday to write one out. It doesn’t have to be fancy.

Get picky…don’t eat it if you don’t like it.  Instead of saying you don’t like it, or you are watching your waistline…just say you aren’t hungry…no one can argue with that.

People love when you share the gift of health so either bring some of your own treats or make as a hostess gift…..

Chocolate Almond and Sesame Bliss Balls

Maca Cacao Balls

No Bake Cocoa Candy Cane Balls

Raw Raspberry Cream Filled Chocolate Treats

Raw Chocolate Rum Balls

Do what’s realistic and what you love

Not into writing Christmas cards…give someone a call – everyone loves this personal touch

Don’t want to bake…don’t or pick something simple. Or try all the tasty raw treat suggested.

What can you do before the holidays?

-Freeze food so that in a pinch you have a great meal, snack or smoothie you can pull out. – like your greens, Quinoa meatballs, Sausage Shepherd’s Pie, or a Smoothie pack. Don’t forget about soups and stews.

-Plan out who you would like to write Christmas cards too. What gifts to you need to buy for people, and what gifts can you wrap now.

What to do on a daily basis….

Sleep – no sleepy…no nicey…we all need sleep and if you aren’t getting enough you are going to be crabby…so get some shut eye.
Move Your Body – I know the craziness of the holidays makes this one a toughie…but no excuses…plan it into your life right now and treat it like the most important “do not miss” event!

Check out these great exercise routines….

Keep in mind to….

shorten your routine and increase the intensity.

Find a friend to walk with

Stretch and breath

 

jim-rohnBuild your IMMUNITY

Sugar and junk food will destroy your immunity…throw into the mix a lack of sleep, a lack of movement and an added dose of stress and BAM…you are down for the count.

Get your daily dose of Vegetables & Fruits with this simple shift, pump up your Vitamin D intake, add enjoy a nutritious smoothie like this Green Vanilla Maca Madness, get some fresh air and some shut eye.

 

As Dr. Susan Wilder suggests, avoid “The Three O’s”

over-idealizing

over-scheduling

over-indulging

Trying to keep up with the Joneses, neglecting sleep and chill time, and overdoing everything are a prescription for unhealthy holidays.  Make and take time for yourself to chill, do right by your body and engage in active experiences with people you care about.

Need motivation…check out

Move Your Body Nutritional Tips for the Holidays

 

Or treat yourself to some of the fabulous services offered by me.

 

sitting Tanya Morrison has been in the Health/Wellness and Fitness Field for over two decades and has coached and trained many clients during this time. She is a certified Personal Trainer, Precision Nutrition Coach, Pilates/Aerobics/Yoga Instructor and more. She is the creator of the Busy Mama Reboot 28 day program, 10 Day Body Reset Detox, 30 Days to a New You, Holistic Weight Management System and many more on-line programs. To find out more about these life changing programs check out the testimonials and information at www.moveyourbody.ca

Tanya has created FREE Healthy Living Challenges that you can sign up for, because even though we know all this “healthy stuff” it’s good to be reminded to keep it in our awareness. Tanya created the Busy Mama Healthy Mama Facebook page so that like-minded mama’s could get great healthy information and recipes in a fun and light-hearted way.

Tanya also teaches many different classes at Move Your Body Studio in Bobcaygeon, www.moveyourbody.ca and has written Healthy Snacks for Kids, Get the Skinny on Skinny Jeans & Living Vibrantly with Raw Goodness – Your Guide to Juicing & Blending, the 21 Laws of Irrefutable Fat Loss, How to Get Rid of Cellulite and more. Her blog, www.tanyamorrison.ca  has lots of great articles to help you navigate your way to the healthy life you want, tons of recipes and great tips!

Tanya presents High Performance Nutrition for Kids and Teens, How to Become an Efficient Fat Burner, hosts Raw Smoothie Parties and many more presentations. Please contact her to set up your presentation.

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Source for the 3 O’s and inspiration:

http://www.vitaerobics.com/healthy-holiday-survival-guide-by-dr-susan-wilder/

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