Part 2: Navigating the Holiday Festive Season

Your Survival Guide for Christmas Bliss


December, the month of merry madness, where parties pop up like ornaments on a tree. And let’s be honest, it gets a tad bit harder for us to say NO to temptations. Right?

It’s the time of year when we give ourselves the green light to let loose a bit, knowing full well that come January, we’ll be back on the wagon, hitting the gym and sipping on green smoothies. 

But, and it’s a big but, what if we could navigate this festive frenzy without completely derailing the progress we’ve worked so hard for throughout the year?

With the hacks of Part 1 of Navigating the Holiday Feast and Part 2 combined? You can not only survive this Christmas but emerge on the other side thriving and ready to tackle the new year. 

So, grab your favorite holiday mug, fill it with something warm, and let’s dive into the art of not just surviving, but thriving through the holiday season.


Hack 6: Raise a Glass, Not a Hangover: The Alcohol Plan

Let’s face it – holiday cheer often comes in liquid form. Navigating the sea of tempting cocktails and festive drinks can be a challenge. 



The key here is not to abstain but to plan and stay in control. 

Consider setting a limit for yourself before heading out to holiday gatherings, and alternate between alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. 

Your head and body will thank you the next morning!


Hack 7: Move Your Body: Fun Exercise for the Gang

With parties left-right and a to-do list longer than Santa’s naughty and nice scroll, who has time for the gym?

Well, there’s a secret to turning exercise from a dreaded task into a holiday highlight. Simply go for a 10 minute brisk walk with your kids, or try something new and exciting like surfing, paddleboarding, or dancing. Get the whole family involved in a friendly game of touch football or an impromptu dance-off. 


Not only will you burn off those extra holiday calories, but you’ll also create memories that will last far beyond the holiday season.



Hack 8: Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate: Flush Your Gut with Water

Amidst all the festivities, it’s easy to forget the most basic yet crucial element – water. 


Hydration is key to feeling your best, especially when the holiday fare tends to be a bit on the rich side. Make it a habit to drink water throughout the day. Not only will it keep you feeling refreshed, but it will also help flush out any toxins from those extra holiday treats. 

Throw in a slice of lemon or a handful of berries for a festive twist!



Hack 9: Speak Your Truth: Have a Voice, Say NO!

Amidst the holiday hustle and bustle, it’s easy to feel pressured into indulging in every plate and glass (or two!) offered your way. 

But guess what? You have a voice, and it’s okay to use it!



Hack 10: Reset: Reign It In, You’ve Had Your Fun

The day after Christmas can feel like the ultimate food coma. 

But here’s the secret: it doesn’t have to last! Resist the urge to keep indulging and give your body the reset it needs. 

I know, I know—the leftover holiday treats are calling your name from the fridge, but let’s resist the siren song of indulgence for just a moment.

Instead, let’s opt for a little post-Christmas TLC with light nourishing meals that will help reset your system. A refreshing salad, a homemade smoothie, or a hearty vegetable soup can do wonders. 




So, there you have it – your guide to not just surviving but thriving through the holiday season. With a bit of planning, a dash of festive exercise, a post-Christmas detox, plenty of water, and the courage to say no when needed, you’ll be sleighing the holidays like a pro. 

Here’s to a Christmas filled with joy, good company, and a healthy dose of self-care!






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