Posts in Holiday Survival Tips
How to Recover from a Long Weekend

After a long weekend of fun, food, family... maybe a little alcohol... probably a lot of stress... how do you get back on track and take care of yourself?

Today I'm sharing a few tips on how to recover faster after a holiday weekend indulgence.

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Zero to Keto in 28 Days! Plus, how to survive a holiday weekend

The 4th of July is right around the corner and you're not alone if you're dreading the struggle of what to eat, asking yourself if you should you eat before you go to the bbqs, or should you just go and wing it. I've got some great recipes for you today that will help alleviate any angst you might be feeling.

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Surviving the Holidays & Staying Keto Episode 3: Indulge (If You Must) and Move On

I'm here to share another Holiday Survival Tip with all of you! So, you're as prepared as you can be with your own dishes and your support system in place... but what happens if you indulge in the stuffing or the cakes or the cookies or any number of other treats tomorrow?! Today's video will help you learn how to indulge and move on.

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Surviving the Holidays & Staying Keto Episode 1: Get the Dessert Right!

For the next few weeks, I will be sharing some of my top tips and strategies to get through the holidays in my series, Surviving the Holidays and Staying Keto! Today's episode is all about dessert! Get the dessert right and you've made huge strides in relieving some stress on the big day(s).

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Surviving the Holidays, Keto-Style

I used to go into the holiday season with the knowledge that I’d come out on the other side a little plumper and, most likely, sick and exhausted; completely worn out from the marathon that starts with the decorating of the house and ends with boxes in the garage ready for the attic until next October.

That kind of worn out used to have me in bed for weeks with whatever virus was going around in January.

That is until 2014. I was living the Keto Life, baby! I was 100% all-in by the time Halloween rolled around. When Christmas finally arrived, I had no worries: I was going to make it this time!

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