Holidays can be stressful. Organizing multiple family functions. Stress! Creating memorable experiences. Stress! Finding meaningful gifts at decent prices. Stress! It can all be overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be.
When it comes to being healthy, I’ve spent the last four years laser focused on how to live a clean aka healthy lifestyle focused on being well. As a two-time cancer survivor, most recently with stage IV disease, I research and try different wellness practices. I always search for modalities that work for me and then can share with others. My goal is to generate healthy living ideas to help make others’ lives easier. So as I jump into the holiday spirit, I’m sharing tips and tricks on how to stay healthy and bust stress this time of year. I believe that it’s all about taking smalls steps toward what you want…
The truth is many people know what to do, they just get a little overwhelmed in life and don’t spend the time or know how to implement these ideas easily. My latest WTNH-TV segments are below. The first one showcases simple steps to help reduce stress during the season.
Making wellness a part of a busy routine is much easier to achieve with the right tools. Check out my favorite healthy living apps in this segment below. Whether you practice yoga regularly or can’t find time to start a regular meditation practice, these tips help introduce wellness practices including clean eating, active living, non-toxic product picking and mindfulness sessions.
And if you are looking for more tools to help this holiday season, here are some of my Amazon favorites.
How do you stay healthy during the holiday season?
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