Those who feel that they need alcohol to be sociable and have fun, to eat whatever is on offer, and to forget their exercise routines because they’re too busy will find that the next 10 weeks see a year of hard work undone.
Social activities may be increasing, but if you’re one of those who forget their good habits, you may need to think about the reasons you socialise.
If your purpose for attending social activities is actually to have an excuse for making unhealthy decisions, stop reading now. You’re just going to go ahead and make these bad decisions anyway.
If your purpose for socialising is to enjoy the company of others, celebrate a great year, or just to spend an enjoyable few hours away from the pressures of work or home, read on.
You don’t need to drink to excess to have fun.
You don’t need to eat rubbish food to “get your money’s worth” or to avoid feeling you’ve missed out.
You don’t need to wake up every morning feeling so sluggish that you can’t drag yourself out of bed for your regular walk.
Instead, you can adopt some healthy socialising habits that allow you to continue your health and wellness journey right through the weeks to come and beyond.
Remember that whatever choices you make, they are a choice. Remember also that every choice has a consequence, and combined together these consequences shape your results.
If you need help with staying on track during this difficult time of the year, drop in to Healthy Inspirations and chat to a Health Coach.
You won’t find milk at the hardware store
Doctors to prescribe vegetables?
Keystone habits – your key to consistency
14 Reasons to Stop Counting Calories
Successful goal setting
I just want to get rid of my betty/butt/thighs”
Looking after your microbiome
Please log in again. The login page will open in a new tab. After logging in you can close it and return to this page.