Last month, my nutritionist of awesomeness, Cheryl Harris (of Harris Whole Health and Gluten Free Goodness), emailed a handful of gluten free bloggers on Black Friday with the following challenge:
"The challenge—post on what you plan to do to make your holidays sane, happy and healthy. Make it specific! Not just “I’ll get more sleep," but “I’ll get at least 7 hours of sleep, 5 days a week”. Not just “I won’t go crazy making desserts," but “I’ll make a maximum of XX desserts, and space them out over XX time”. You know what you need to do to keep this doable, and writing it down will help you get there!"
Cheryl started the event with a post on Thursday December 1st. Cheryl focused specifically on getting more movement during the month of December.
Next, Iris Higgins, author of the gluten free food blog The Daily Dietribe shared a post on Thursday December 8th. Her goals revolved around getting adequate exercise everyday and making the time to mediate.
For our 3rd post today (December 15th) Valerie, author of City Life Eats, shared her goals for this very busy month. Valerie centered her post today on goals such as spending less time blogging, more time exercising, and taking restorative yoga classes.
I will be sharing my thoughts for the December Sanity Challenge next Thursday, December 22nd.
My goals will focus on self-care, journaling, prayer, and continuing to follow the Paleo food plan.
Are you up for the challenge?
"You can participate in this December Sanity challenge too. Write a post on what your goals are for this month and link back to this post (Valerie's December Sanity Challenge post) or any of the other participant's posts. Leave a comment with your link. Make yourself accountable by putting it in writing! Anyone who joins in on the December Sanity Challenge will be entered into a giveaway for a $50 gift certificate to Nutsonline.com (they are not sponsoring, Cheryl is just that awesome)." -- Valerie of City Life Eats