Schedule time in your day for daily self care. Think of it as an opportunity to recharge your battery and help you
prepare for what’s next. Find a quiet corner to breathe or to lie down, turn off the lights and tune out the tasks of the day and tune in to your thoughts, or just listen to some music. This is where all the brainstorming you did in the
step before really comes in handy. Again, be intentional and make this a non-negotiable!
Serve your body well with good food. Remind yourself that whole foods actually help your body to fight underlying
health issues and supports your mood as well. It can be really difficult avoiding certain foods over the holidays so feel free to enjoy small amounts. Then once you have savoured those special morsels, get back onto healthy, sustaining
Have an Epsom salt bath infused with lavender to help calm the mind and the muscles after a day of battling pain.
Be sure to drink water afterwards to help the body flush out the toxins that had accumulated in your body.
Keep your appointments throughout the holidays. When things get busy it is all too easy to cancel an appointment
when you ‘need’ to get things done. Keep your health and wellbeing a priority so that you can manage the holiday with as much control as possible.