How To Stay Happy and Healthy this Holiday Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With Covid putting a damper on everyone’s holiday plans, we’re here to remind you of ways that you can still have a meaningful holiday season with your family. 


Even though this year didn’t pan out the way we would have liked it to, it’s really important to put your mental health first. Instead of fretting over the fact that you may have gained a little extra quarantine weight or the holidays won’t be the same this year because zoom calls are the “new norm”, start looking at it as this is a chance for you to start over! The holiday season is a time for warmth, togetherness and good food! Treat yourself to the holiday goodies and be grateful that you still have friends and family to chat with on zoom. 


Since the holiday season is a bit crazy, it’s really important to get out and move your body! Gather the kids, your dog or heck just yourself and head on over to your local park and set out on a socially distant walk. When you’re cooped up in the house all day, getting a little fresh air and the joints moving will be a good thing for you and your family. If going to the park isn’t game, pull up a quick YouTube workout video or blow the old dust off of the kid’s Nintendo Wii and play a game that gets everyone’s blood flowing! 


Shopping, decorating, cooking and cleaning can be a lot! Instead of stressing yourself out and doing it all, we can certainly help you with the cooking part! This year, plan ahead! Try a meal delivery service like Catered Fit to fill in the gaps between all the busy holiday activities. Choose a meal plan that doesn’t require much time or effort and is packed with the nutrients your body needs! Catered Fit offers a huge variety of chef prepared meals that are delivered five days a week or weekly, taking the stress out of meal time.


This year has been quite the whirlwind for many of us, but the one thing that we would like for you to remember is to really cherish these moments. The holiday season brings us together and while we all can’t be together like we normally would, it’s important to realize that we’re still here. Times are hard and the holiday cheer isn’t what it used to be, but it’s up to you and up to us to make it better as a collective. 

Wear your mask. Wash your hands. Tell your friends and family you love them. Most importantly give thanks and show your gratitude. 

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