1) Eat Well Whether you eat holiday meals at home, with friends or at a huge family reunion, work with whoever is cooking to offer healthier options for those who may desire them. Pro tip—offer to help with the cooking, no one likes a critic from the sideline. Be proactive in your meal choices, too. Fill up on fruits, vegetables and lean proteins, then eat other items in moderation. 2) Celebrate Well Studies are increasingly showing that gratitude is actually good for your health—it improves your physical and mental health, self-esteem, and sleep. Celebrate your family, life and opportunities with those who you love this year. 3) Plan Well Odds are, you’re going to have to travel a little bit for the holiday season. If so, make sure to plan ahead. Most hotels nowadays offer gyms, and even a neighborhood sidewalk can serve as a workout track in a pinch. Whatever you do, stay active! Want to learn more about how to make the most of your holidays? Visit AFC today!]]>