Ahhh, Thanksgiving Dinner.
It can take several days to get all the food prepped, cooked, and served…and about 15 minutes to eat it all!! Was that true for your family?
Before our dinner, we enjoyed some great family time outside. The sky was blue, the grass was wonderfully soft and green, and the temperature was just right!
We played Molkky, a game Ed and I saw played in Paris in the park by the Eiffel Tower. The wooden cylinder (molkky) in the center of the photo is what you throw at the 12 wooden skittles that are numbered 1-12. It’s a fun yard game, adaptable to any ages: 3 of our 4 grandsons, ages 4,6, and 8, enjoyed their own modifications of the game that we all played together.
That was Thursday….and now it’s the end of the month, almost the beginning of December. I don’t know about your calendar, but ours is very full with friends’ anniversary cheese party, a very large-in-attendance Christmas party, where food is THE thing…family birthday parties, Christmas dinner, a quick trip to Chicago, and on and on!!
Depending on your personal goals for wellness, this is a tough month.
What’s a conscientious health-minded person to do?
This morning a blog by my friend Ashly Torian crossed my desk: 7 Tips to Get on Track After Thanksgiving.
Ashly starts with a reminder to breathe…includes tips on better food choices, encourages more movement and more sleep…and finishes with the benefits of a fresh dose of gratitude each morning!
Read the entire article here.
Ashly and I have the same corporate partner who provides effective, safe, great-tasting products as a help to our clients who want to lose the fat once and for all. December 1, Friday, starts our next challenge. If you are interested, get in touch with me with a phone call/text (480.382.8255) or send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I’d love to have a conversation with you and see if now is a good time for you to get started on your path to A New YOU!
BTW, Holiday Strategy Tips #7-16 are posted at my FB page. Scroll down on the page to November 15. Leave a comment there if you read something that resonates with you…or if you have a strategy that has helped you through the holidays!