With the New Year on the horizon, it’s a great time to begin reflecting on the year that has passed. When we examine the roses and thorns we experienced over the past twelve months, we can truly appreciate both our lessons, and our moments of triumph.
A time characterized by joy and festivity, the holidays can be enchanting. From picking out thoughtful gifts for the ones we love, to getting a few days off work to relax and recharge, there isn’t a whole lot to complain about in December.
However, the action-packed nature of the month has been known to tire out even the most energized of us – causing stress if we’re not careful.
Here are two of my top tips for beating stress during the holiday season:
With the holiday season in full swing, it can be stressful to begin your annual brainstorm of what presents to purchase for each of your loved ones. While I may not be an expert on how to buy for your corporate husband or punk teenager – I do have some insight on what to buy for the health conscious member of your family.
Here are two gift ideas for your loved one who’s dedicated to optimizing his or her wellness through diet and exercise:
While the holidays are a time characterized by festivity and joy, they are also often accompanied by stress. From trying to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones, to traveling to visit them – it can be difficult to stay grounded and relaxed.
Due to this, many people find themselves struggling to keep up with their workout routines – especially when they’re out of their normal element while staying with relatives.
Here are two ways to ensure you stay on top of your workout routine this holiday season if you can’t make it to the gym or a yoga class: