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The holiday thrive guide
How to thrive, not just survive, this holiday season
The holiday season is teeming with decadent desserts, rich beverages and joyful festivities that disrupt even the most disciplined diet. And with colder weather and darker nights, the challenge of working out on a consistent basis becomes even more daunting. That’s why we’ve compiled an arsenal of tips and tactics that will help you beat the winter workout rut, detect hidden sugars, leverage the power of hydration and the benefits of acupuncture, so you can enjoy yourself all season long, while still taking care of yourself and staying committed to your well-being.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But it’s also one of the most stressful. And with all of the obligations of gift-buying, traveling and festivities, the holidays can add undue pressure to a relationship. That’s why it’s critical to learn how to support your partner through the stressful times, to make it a point to see your partner’s perspective, and to stay connected and ensure you are both feeling good about your budgets, holiday plans and expectations.
Hostess gifts for the holiday parties, decorations, presents for the family, bonuses for the doorman or newspaper delivery boy, and maybe that little something for yourself – it is all too easy for your finances to get out of control during the holidays. Rather than having your holidays tainted with mountains of stress over how much you’ve spent, let us help you remain present in your celebrations with advice on beating financial fear, financially detoxing, and some tips on how to reach your financial goals faster.
Holiday festivities can turn a less-than-beautiful office building into a winter wonderland with parties, secret Santas and the never-ending stream of delicious treats. It can also make your business significantly less productive. Keep your employees – and yourself – away from distractions like online shopping by keeping the vision of the company’s mission the the forefront and by creating raving fans, especially within your company.
The holiday season is full of joy, but it’s also a time to look back on the past year and reflect on what you’ve accomplished. Sometimes we start the year off full of ambition, but instead of pacing ourselves, we burn out too quickly or lose motivation only part of the way through. Find out if you are you sabotaging your own success and what is really driving your decisions. Or, if you’re feeling stuck, find out how to break through the plateau. The holiday season is your time to think about what’s really important and head into the coming year with new focus and energy.