The holidays bring such a warm & cozy time to spend with friends & families.
There's more to do...and more to eat!
Trader Joes rolls out their Christmas treats.
Starbucks rolls out their holiday menu.
There's more baked goods going around.
It can be hard to find balance with enjoying these food but not overeating.
We'll tend to justify our overeating by saying things like:
"It's that time of the year..."
"I deserve to relax after this year..."
"I just want to enjoy it and not worry about it..."
But what if those thoughts and justification don't actually help you.
Sure, they give you permission to indulge and overeat in the moment.
But they're not getting you closer to what you really want.
What you really want is to be someone who can eat balanced.
Someone who can enjoy the holidays *and still* be balanced with nutrition & stay active.
Those sneaky thoughts aren't really helping you. And being aware of them will help you to not overeat during the holidays.
Being able to stay balance year round is a skill.
It's a skill we teach those who enroll in the Best Shape Of Your Life Challenge.
Along with workouts to complete, being consistent & having the accountability...one of the biggest benefits of participating in the Challenge is that you learn how to develop this skill.
The skill of balance throughout any life circumstance.
And that skill is what will ultimately keep you in shape year round...even those the Challenge is over.
If you know you want to get in shape, stay active and enjoy the holidays with balance, click here to learn more about the Best Shape Of Your Life Challenge