During this time of year, the holiday treats that fly by make us feel like we're in a food fight. Halloween candies, pumpkin pies, sugar cookies, candy canes, and gingerbread men seem to all come hurtling towards us at the speed of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
This can be especially overwhelming for those of us who may feel like a "crazy person" around anything sweet and easily "overdo it" until we're sick. I've totally #beentheredone that, and that’s why today I'm sharing a few strategies you can use to instead feel empowered, rational, and in control when presented with holiday treats.
I'm so excited to share the strategies that helped me pass the RD exam, and I hope you will find them to be just as helpful. Let’s get this study party started!
Where would we be without our pals? They’re there for us through all of life’s events: celebrations, losses, graduations, promotions, breakups, marriages, babies, adventures, and more. They’re a shoulder to cry on, a word of encouragement, and they help us live our lives to the fullest. Although you may share similar interests, and even share closets, does this mean you need to share other things, too? How about sharing the same eating habits?
Alright guys, let's get real. Does the idea of going to a social event ever make you feel anxious? I'll be honest and admit that it's something I have struggled with, and I don't think I'm alone. Not in the slightest.
While the whole extrovert/introvert thing is often to blame, I think there is another BIG reason that explains why we may feel a little nervous walking into a room full of people- even those we may be close with.