Don’t Let Fitness Take A “Back-Sleigh” Seat of Priorities
It’s that busy time of year with constant traveling, holiday shopping, and jingling from one errand to the next, and if we’re lucky, we merrily make time to workout. During the months of November and December, fitness can easily take a “back-sleigh” seat in our list of priorities. So when the new year rolls around, we find ourselves feeling less than jolly as we struggle to get “back on track” while cleaning up the house, entertaining the kids and overcoming the financial toll of the holidays.
Before you consider starting that fad diet, avoid it in the first place. It doesn’t take a fancy new treadmill or an expensive gym membership to stay in shape. Megan Miesner, a long-time Smart Lifebites contributor, brand ambassador, and fitness coach and blogger is here to help us with 5 tips to help stay on track during the holidays. Give them a go and you’ll soon realize you feel better not only during the holidays but throughout the entire year.