I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and spent lots of time with their families, took a moment to be thankful for all that you have and indulge on some of the goodies that are so popular this time of year. Although I had to work, I’m more than thankful to have a job in this tough time, a brand new house, an amazing and supportive husband and a healthy family that I can always count on. I count my lucky stars every day for being so happy and strive to fully appreciate everything, and everyone, that I have.
Go meatless today.
Show us what you make!
Good Elf Ideas: Email your buddy quick & easy veggie recipe to try – either one of your favorites or one you’ve been wanting to try. You can always share one of our picks below, too!
Send a card or handwritten note to a friend.
Include a small newspaper or magazine clipping that made you think of them.
Other possible recipients: a sibling, extended family member, a friend you’ve made through blogging/social media, a childhood friend, someone you haven’t talked to lately.
Try a new workout today!
Show us what you did to sweat!
Good Elf Ideas: Help your buddy find a new way to enjoy being active. If they’re at your fitness level, send them one of your favorite home workouts or ask them what they struggle with when it comes to exercise and offer other suggestons. If they are new to exercising, it can be as simple as taking the stairs twice per day or parking farther away from stores when running errands.
Get up 15 minutes early to meditate and reflect.
Good Elf Ideas: Share an article about the benefits of meditation with your buddy.
How many colors can you eat today? Challenge yourself!
Post pictures of your colorful eats in our Facebook Group, on Instagram or by Tweeting. Email photos to your elves!
Good Elf Ideas: Send your buddy a recipe to try with lots of different colored veggies or a fruit salad. Tell them why it’s important to eat different colors!
You can see all the tasks for the next 6 weeks here and more information here. Don’t forget to use the hashtag, #Elf4Health when posting!