Nowadays, “diet” has become a lot like politics/religion – a topic that’s sure to ignite strong debate. I’m going to give you some actionable tactics to help avoid that stress, enjoy the holidays, AND stay focused on your goals.
Do you still have some presents to buy at the last minute? Don’t stress! We’ve got the perfect resource to help you find exactly the right gift for everyone you love!
Managing holiday stress can be a challenge. When life gets hectic, one of the first things to drop off our to-do lists is our self-care routine, which is ironic, since taking a little time for yourself each day will help you do everything else better.
Did you know that there’s actually a phenomenon called the “Helper’s High,” which is similar to a runner’s high? It means that giving gifts is actually good for your health!
Nothing shows you care about someone like giving them the gift of improved health! In our Healthy Holiday Gift Guide, you’ll find something for almost everyone on your holiday list, and at just about every price point.
Sometimes I wish life would just be simple, care-free, and wrapped up neatly with a bow. But, I have learned that some of the biggest struggles in my life have given me the strength to conquer the next big thing or have compassion for someone else.
We are human, we are going to have good days, we are going to have bad days. The true measure of success is showing up, being consistent, and treating your body right. You will go farther by focusing on the basics.
If stress is making you tired, bloated, and frazzled, it’s time to take back control! Learn how to unlock your body’s power to feel better – and get even better results from your fitness/nutrition! – in just a few minutes a day.
Cortisol is no joke when it comes to health and it’s a super important part of your self-care and dealing with stress. The most important thing to know is that you’re not a victim of stress – you CAN take control back! Take a look at our UNPLUG Guide to find out how.
Sometimes it can feel like our fears control us, but feeling the fear and going for it anyway can make you feel unstoppable. When I was a kid, I was fearless. Now that I’m an adult and a mother, I feel so much responsibility and I’m not as fearless as I used to be. But I know that the more you face your fears, the less they can control you.