This week marks the beginning of several weeks of holidays.
That means parties, family gatherings, and lots of food.
Thanksgiving is all about being grateful for what we have, who we are connected to in our lives.
But too often, for most, it’s all about the food.
The side dishes.
Need I go on?
You don’t have to go to your holiday meals carrying a small Tupperware container with veggies and cottage cheese.
That’s old school, right?
You are here to live your life and that includes enjoying good food.
But that doesn’t have to mean that you leave this holiday being as stuffed as the turkey. I want you to feel excited going into this holiday, not dreading it.
So today, on the Fat Murder Podcast, co-coach, Steph Miramontes and I talk about dealing with this holiday season in a way that allows for pleasure, but still leaves you in charge of what you do, how you eat and how you feel.
I’m going to show you how to think about going into these celebrations, what to do, and how to create an occasion for yourself that you can look back at and feel proud.
Proud of yourself for keeping your word to yourself, AND still enjoying all of the food.
What do you love most about the holiday season? I’d love to hear about it.
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