#FitFriday Surviving Christmas

HAPPY FESTIVUS! For the rest of us.

Happy Festivus

OH. MY. WORD. Could y’all believe Christmas is in two days? Just TWO days away! The year truly flew by, and it feels like we just welcomed 2016. Hopefully you are done Christmas shopping… maybe not.

Ok, let’s take a moment and have a chat about maintaining our waistline during this Christmas weekend. Jim was busy, so I went ahead and put together five tips that could help you rock this holiday weekend.

Did I really say 2007 in the video? I meant 2017!!! 😂😂😂

Let’s recap:

  1. Stay hydrated.
  2. Don’t skip breakfast.
  3. Eat a small meal an hour prior to a holiday party.
  4. Alcohol has sugar.
  5. Keep moving.

Five simple tips that could help you over come this super busy season with lots of delicious food.

What are some of your favorite stay fit tips during Christmas?

Remember make memories with your loved ones and be kind to one another. And stay safe, don’t drink and drive.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

XOXOXO!
Dee

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. I love the tip to eat a small meal beforehand, I hadn’t really thought of that but it’ll definitely be a great way to stop from gorging on everything in sight! Thanks!

    1. Nerd & Lace says:

      You’re very welcome. I mean it really does help. You’ll be able enjoy food without going crazy and carb overloading.

  2. Sheismelrose says:

    This is great tips talking about don’t skip breakfast I should get that started lol
    http://sheismelrose.net/

    1. Nerd & Lace says:

      That’s what we just did. We ate breakfast!

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