Language holds power.
It molds our perceptions, influencing our intentions, and, consequently, shaping every aspect of our lives.
As the holiday season approaches, it’s common to come across survival guides. How to endure festive gatherings, navigate family events, and survive the whirlwind of seasonal activities—it’s a narrative we encounter frequently.
Let’s be real; these survival guides often focus on what we should eat or drink during the holidays—typically less. Or maybe more, followed by a guilt-induced period of eating less to compensate for the holiday indulgences. It can get confusing.
But think about it: Why should the holiday season be synonymous with survival through nutritional deprivation? Isn’t there a more positive approach we can take towards ourselves?
What if we rewrote the story?
Thrive through the holidays.
Thrive by relishing in delicious, satisfying meals that warm your soul.
Thrive by engaging in invigorating workouts fueled by the goodness of the season.
In fact, why not thrive through a well-deserved winter’s nap after a delightful meal or a night out?
Imagine letting the things you love—quality time with friends and family, savoring delectable food, embracing energizing workouts, and indulging in restful moments—guide you through this holiday season.
What if, instead of just surviving, we embraced the opportunity to thrive?