How to Stay Healthy During the Holiday Season

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With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it’s easy to let our health go by the wayside. The combination of cold weather, a packed social calendar, unhealthy holiday foods, and the stress of the season leaves a lot of us feeling overwhelmed and unhealthy once January rolls around.

This is why continuing to prioritize our health to help us stay healthy during this time is so important for our bodies and mind so that we can give our friends and family the best version of ourselves.

I love comfortable workout clothes, and Vuori is always my go-to when working out. Nordstrom has a wonderful selection of Vuori pieces for women and men.

Here are some of my tips to help keep you healthy during this busy holiday season:
  • Finding time for a workout session can be hard when your holiday season is always filled to the brim with activities, events, and gatherings. That’s why it’s so helpful to schedule exercise in your life just like anything else! Exercise is just as important for your mental well-being as it is a wonderful stress reliever, so try to get your body moving every day.
  • Don’t forget to stay hydrated! During this time of year, we get so busy that we forget to drink enough water. Consuming plenty of water helps to boost brain function, aids in hydration, and maintains healthy skin.
  • Holiday events tend to be full of unhealthy foods, so make sure you are fueling your body properly. I try to eat between 75 to 100 grams of protein daily paired with vegetables, which helps keep me energized and feeling full throughout the day.
  • A good night’s rest is crucial for your overall health. Allow your body to rest and recover from the craziness of the holiday season with 7-8 hours of quality sleep per night.

This energy top from Vuori is my favorite because it’s a good length and not too tight. It comes in several colors, and I’m wearing the ruby heather color.

I’m also wearing the daily leggings in black.

These On cloud sneakers slip on with no tying. Easy peasy! They are also waterproof against rain, puddles, and slush to keep feet dry in wet conditions.

Vuori has everything I need to work out and still be stylish.

Energy Top (small) • Daily Leggings (small) • On Cloud Sneakers (I sized up 1/2 size)

After I leave the gym, I can wear this jumpsuit if I have some errands to run. It’s great for everyday wear, travel, etc.

The jumpsuit has a henley-style bodice, drawstring waist, and tapered legs.

Lux Henley Jumpsuit (small) • On Cloud Sneakers (I sized up 1/2 size)

I love this time of year and want to enjoy the holiday season, but I also want to continue to prioritize my health.

Have you tried any Vuori activewear?

Make sure you check out all the Vuoir pieces at Nordstrom. As always, Nordstrom has free shipping and returns, which makes shopping a breeze!

Don’t forget that being a Nordy Club Member has advantages. You’ll want to sign up here if you aren’t already a Nordy Club Member.

If you live close to Nordstrom, don’t forget to take advantage of BOPUS (buy online, pick up in-store) service; they also offer curbside pickup.

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Beauty for the Heart™For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. 1 Timothy 4:8

Truth: The reason godliness is more important than physical fitness is due to its eternal value. Physical fitness is a good thing. At the very least, it means taking care of the body God gave us. But physical fitness only benefits us while we have this physical body. On the other hand, spiritual growth impacts eternity.

Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!

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