As one of my friends put it so accurately the other day, this time of year is basically “just a steady stream of eating and drinking from the moment I get up until I pass out.” This can be fun at first, until you start feeling the negative physical and emotional effects of overindulgence. That’s the premise behind my good pal Jenny Boyle’s first e-book, “Tidings of Comfort Food and Joy: How to NOT Stuff Yourself Silly this Holiday Season“.
In the book, which I edited before it was released last week, Jenny explains how you CAN enjoy the indulgences of the holidays without going overboard and then subsequently beating yourself up about it. It all starts with giving yourself a little more credit.
Jenny Boyle is an excellent writer and yoga teacher, and will soon be receiving her designation as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. The book includes easy-to-apply principles for reducing stress around food during the holidays, and incorporates Jenny’s knowledge and expertise in meditation, nutrition, and natural eating (check out more of Jenny’s tips on her website, PeaceandHotness.com).
If you’re stressed out about overindulging during the holidays, or you’re simply interested in improving your relationship with food all year round, this book provides some amazing insight into how you can stop beating yourself up and start feeling good in your body.
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