“During the holiday season, it’s easy to forget that sometimes the best gift of all is simply the gift of time.”
~ Kate Klise
Creating a Healthy Holiday
Once upon a time winter was a peaceful season, a time of communal rest and renewal. Modern life has changed that dramatically. It’s now the busiest time of the year with the pressure to do too much, spend too much, and push our bodies to their limits. That’s not a recipe for autoimmune health, so let’s make a pact to do it differently. Here are some resources I’ve created to help:
A simple thing to do each day during the month of December. This article even has a printable PDF for your fridge.
Being on a healing diet doesn’t mean you need to miss out on the joy of holiday baking. For many families, it’s an annual tradition that builds memories across generations. Here are 50 delicious recipes to ring in the holiday season, including Gingerbread, Frosted Sugar Cookies, Hanukkah Gelt, Spritz Cookies, Fruitcake Bites, Peppermint Snowballs, and more.
Do your friends and family want to support you this season, but don’t quite know how? Here’s a healthy wish list of everything from stocking stuffers and kitchen essentials, to health-focused charities and kind deeds.
Are you wondering how to stay on your healing diet at holiday gatherings? I share my best tips here.
Finally, let’s choose some words of intention to guide us through this season. How do you want your holidays to be?
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