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Let me tell you, you can still have you cake (or pumpkin pie) and eat it too! Just carefully PLAN your cheat meals. PLAN to get in some physical exercise, hopefully MORE than usual to accommodate the extra calories. MOST IMPORTANTLY: If you can practice portion control on Thursday, you can still enjoy the traditional meal without feeling horrible next day. If you’d like a little encouragement and support, I’ll be sharing more tips in our “Hot for the Holidays” accountability group that starts tomorrow. In that group we will provide 30 days of online support and accountability along with tips on how to not only survive the holidays, but go into 2016 looking better than ever. I still have a few spots left. Email me at [email protected] if you’d like to be added.
I also wanted you to mark your calendars for just ONE of the fun free groups we have coming up. Starting next Monday, November 30th, we’ll be hosting a FIVE DAYS of FITNESS Holiday Party. Our team of coaches will be making fitness FUN and sharing the holiday love. Join us for some fun workouts, motivation, games and best of all… DAILY PRIZES! To JOIN US simply indicate “GOING” in this Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/events/650618108374209/.
I hope you all have a blessed Thanksgiving!