98. Holiday Debrief
Give yourself a pat on the back! You made it through to the other side of the holiday season and now we have a new year to look forward to!
Even if you love the holidays and cherish the time that you get to spend with family, there are often some tough moments, especially for those of us on a weight loss journey. Whether it's food pushers, fighting relatives, or increased temptation with treats, they can make the holidays a bit harder. I know that this is definitely the case for me!
After the holidays I find that it's really helpful to do a quick debrief with myself about how things went. I like to check in with the good, the bad, and what could go differently next time. So that's what we're doing in this week's episode of the Vibrant-MD Podcast.
We'll get in touch with our wise, compassionate minds, and look back at the holidays to really give ourselves the props we deserve, and think about where we maybe need some support for the next time around. And at the end, I talk about a New Year's Health Challenge that I'm hosting on the Vibrant-MD Facebook group. It's a great way to set healthful intentions moving into the new year, and there will be great prizes every day for lucky participants. The challenge will start January 7th, so be sure to join the Facebook group to get all the news about it.Welcome to 2024, I'm so glad you're here with me!
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