Monday, November 24 marks the start of our Healthy Holiday Event. Make a plan to stay on track without denying yourself the simple pleasures of the season.
Together we’ll transform our holiday season and head into the New Year on the right track!
Want to join us? It’s just $25, and in the spirit of giving we’ll donate 20% to the Norwell Food Pantry (http://friendsofnorwell.org).
All you have to do is set goals and be accountable for your actions and progress at least once a week.
Goals should include:
Nutrition (adding in at least one healthy food per week)
Exercise (a minimum of 30 minutes 6 days a week)
Gratitude (take the time to be grateful for at least 3 things in your life daily)
Giving (challenge yourself to give without expectation of reciprocation once daily)
Don’t be hard on yourself this holiday season. Our goal is to simply add in one healthy whole food each week. Enjoy your holiday traditions and don’t eat beyond what feels good to you.
Resolve to get at least 30 minutes of good healthy exercise in each day (with one day of rest). You will feel better through the holidays. Exercise is good for depression, weight maintenance and your general health.
List 3 things that you are grateful for each day. By focusing on gratitude, we see our lives from a different perspective. Instead of seeing what is going wrong, we see the more important picture of what is right in our lives.
Giving can be a private thing, but this is a safe space to share what you love about helping others. You may also want to include it as a part of your goal. Your goal can be to give without cost (like a sincere complement or running an errand for someone); it does not have to be an expensive gift, just thoughtful and meaningful.
Do you know anyone who struggles through the holidays? Invite them along!
I’ll be working on my own goals and will post them in our private group too.
Sign up today!