December 23, 2009

Tips for Your New Year’s Day Recovery!

1. If you are going to stay out most of the night on New Year’s Eve make sure that you have a place for your children to be on New Year’s Day or at least have a babysitter at the house. While recovering, it may be difficult to relax if you have young children.
2. Pick someone in your group to be the designated driver or arrange some type of transportation.
3. Make sure you have your return to healthy state foods ready in advance such as chicken noodle soup, salad mix, fruits, vegetables, juices and plenty of water. You won’t be in the mood to drive to the grocery store on New Year’s Day.
4. Make sure you don’t have any plans on New Year’s Day. You want to be able to relax all day without any distractions.
5. Resist the urge to get up early. The more sleep you get, the easier it will be for you to recover. Sleep until you feel like getting up.

Happy New Year!

By Diane