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5 Ways to Take on the Holidays

Happy holidays! We made it through!

As we wrap another year (felt more like 3) I wanted to express how grateful I am for you. This year may have been a rollercoaster but just know you made it. You learned lessons, you had new experiences, you felt new emotions and in one way or another, you grew one step closer to a goal of yours.

Wishing you all an incredible holiday - Enjoy every moment that lights up each day.

Here are 5 ways to take on this holiday season:

Good Music:

Everyone knows you can't start sipping on your holiday tequila without some good old Santa Baby playing in the background. CLICK HERE for a link to a feel-good Spotify Holiday playlist.


The holidays are a time FULL of emotion. It's a great time to explore thoughts and dive deeper into what you want to bring out of this New Year. Here are some prompts to reflect on:

1. What makes you feel most connected to others during the holidays?

2. What or who lit you up with joy in this past year? Why?

3. What are 1-3 things I will leave behind in 2020?

4. What is one thing you want to focus on in 2021? (ex: hobby/job/passion/personality trait)

5. What is one thing you would do in 2021 if you knew you wouldn't fail?

Holiday Recipies:

Simple Mulled Wine:

  • 2 bottles of red wine

  • 1/2 cup brandy

  • 4 cups of apple cider

  • 1/4 cup organic honey

  • 4 cinnamon sticks

  • 2 oranges - sliced

  • 8 whole cloves

  • cinnamon sticks and orange slices for garnish (to let em know you went that extra mile)

Combine all ingredients and simmer on low heat for 10-15 minutes or until heated to your preferred temperature.

Serve, garnish, and enjoy!

Feeling like a little holiday snack to go along with your cocktail?

Check out my no-bake - gluten, dairy, refined sugar-free Pumpkin Pie HERE!


Taking a moment for yourself is especially important around the holidays. Traveling, family, not having your usual routine, we could go on...

CLICK HERE is an incredibly soothing 5-minute breathing routine.

For the perfect mourning refresh or just to have a moment to yourself. Taking a few moments to regroup has the power to impact you entire day (and for those around you).

Depuff - Massage it Out!

Feeling a little swollen from the holiday wine?? Ya, me too.

The number one product I aid my hangover with is my ice roller. I keep it in the freezer and massage out the inflammation in my face and neck. It gets you ready to take on the next happy hour and feels INCREDIBLE.

I've linked my ICE ROLLER HERE.


Wishing you the absolute best holidays. Let me know if these tactics work for you or if you have any other tips and tricks for the holiday season!

Sending all the love!

xx, Mel

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