May you ALL have an abundance of blessings now and everyday. Enjoy this day with your loved ones and savor every moment (and every bite!) 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving! Below are some tips to keep your time in the kitchen fun and not dreadful. Great tips!
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Love, Moni xx
I now leave you with all the tips that I have learned throughout the years when cooking on Thanksgiving of what to avoid and not do.
What I have learned over the years cooking on this day:
The most important thing to remember is to not stress about Thanksgiving. It’s a time for thanks, a time to be with family and friends, and a time to enjoy your life. If something goes wrong, just laugh it off – you’re doing the best you can!
Now enjoy your Cookin’, Eatin’, and Time with Loved Ones! Remember to SLOW down and savory your meals! Eat slow like a snail! Your eyes are bigger than your stomach.
EAT WELL. STAY FIT. FEEL GREAT!
This trainer ALSO says “move after your big holiday meal” too. Do not NOT move! No Excuses to not walk the dogs or have a family walk. Be the motivator! Then when it is time for the Pumpkin Pie – you will feel much better, Trust me.
Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that I am not a Registered Dietitian. While my advice relies on my own personal experience and research, what has been successful for myself and others may be not best for you. You should always consult your doctor when making changes to your diet. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email me at email@example.com.