"Cold-pressed or cold-pressured green juices are a great and easy way to add raw veggies into your diet and help balance out those holiday indulgences. Try grabbing one for a mid-afternoon snack or stock up on a 6 pack of cold-pressured juices (they have a longer shelf-life without sacrificing the healthy aspects) to have them on hand to make it even easier to make a healthy snack or breakfast choice.
Also, consider making a workout part of your holiday get-togethers with friends or clients. Hit up a fitness class or schedule a private workout for you and your crew and then head to a healthy restaurant after (many of these restaurants offer organic wine so you can still indulge a little!).
And finally, along with parties and events, add workouts to your calendar. Scheduling classes or gym time can help you prioritize working out." - Rebecca, Winter Escape Yoga Retreat
"Staying on track is all about planning your events and when you will have a cookie or treat and when you won't over-indulge. Unfortunately, we can't have it all and expect to stay at the same level of health and wellness. If I know I have two parties coming up on one weekend, I pick one party to stay clean and the other to have a glass of wine and some sweet treats." - Layne, Girls' Fitness & Adventure Trip
"Keep your daily life normal have your days that you indulge on the goodies and sweets, but just limit yourself! It's the holidays it's the time to indulge a little!" - Brittany, Tone Up in Tulum
"Remember that the holidays will be over, but how you feel about yourself, and the consequences of not taking care of yourself in the best way possible, will linger on. Don't deny yourself everything, and if you don't have time to work out, don't stress about it. Enjoy time with family and friends, and try your best to keep your motivation high, and your diet as clean as possible." - Evgenia, Yoga, Pilates & Natural Wellness in Crete