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Building Healthy Holiday Traditions

Building Healthy Holiday Traditions

Making the Holidays Healthy, Happy, & Bright!

With feelings of love, togetherness, and gratitude in the air—take some inspiration from the holiday season and try incorporating healthful traditions for the whole family. Read on for some inspiration to help you build new traditions.

Build a Snowman

With the temperatures hitting their all-time low for the year, that means plenty of snowfall! Take advantage of the winter weather and take the time to build a snowman—or two, or three! Along with getting some cute lawn decorations, building snowpeople helps to get your heart rate up and utilizes almost every major muscle group in the body.

Take a Social Media Break

With an emphasis on wanting to buy the best gifts, decorating your home perfectly, and having impressive parties—it can be easy to find yourself comparing yourself and your situation to others. When spending time with loved ones, try taking a social media hiatus to help you to remember the reason for the season.

Express Gratitude

Another great way to support feelings of love and togetherness this time of year is to express what you’re grateful for. Whether you’re at a holiday get-together or you’re having a family dinner, go around the room and have everyone share something or someone that they’re thankful for.

Give Back to Your Community

Spreading love and positivity this time of year can help others in need have a happy and healthy holiday season. By taking some time to volunteer at a local food pantry, donating supplies to a homeless shelter, or even bringing meals to those who are home-bound, you can help to make a difference in your community.

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