Maintain your health during the holidays with these programs

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Are you looking to stay on a healthy track during the busy holiday season? MHealthy offers programs and resources to help you:

Holiday Webinar Series

Back by popular demand! Maintain your physical, financial and mental/emotional well-being with help from MHealthy’s experts! Get tips, learn strategies, and ask questions to help you stay healthy and maintain your peace of mind this season.

Join MHealthy online from 12-12:30 p.m., Dec. 7, 14 and 21. Attend all three webinars or just one or two. Save the date by adding these events to your calendar:

  • Dec. 7 – Being Generous this Season: Learn about financial planning for the holidays and review a variety of free or modest-cost gifts, for others and yourself
  • Dec. 14 – Planning for Festivities:  Learn how to enjoy holiday events while being mindful of your choices with food, drink, and other indulgences
  • Dec. 21 – Celebrate with Energy and Cheer:  Learn how to balance self-care with caring for others, and how to replace fatigue with energy and vigor

Holiday Stop and Swap

The holidays are a time for celebrating, enjoying time with loved ones, and maybe having a cocktail or two. Become more mindful of your alcohol choices by signing up to receive weekly emails from the MHealthy Alcohol Management Program. Register by Dec. 16. Every Monday, beginning the week of Thanksgiving through just after the New Year, participants will receive a “Holiday Stop and Swap” email that includes:

  • Tips to help cut down or maybe take a break from alcohol
  • Tools and resources to help reflect on alcohol use
  • Non-alcoholic drink recipe of the week
  • Swap challenge that encourages making one positive change each week

To learn more and register for any of these programs, visit the MHealthy website. 

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