6. Drink responsibly
Visiting a regional vineyard and attending a wine tasting is one thing – drinking excessively to get wasted every single night is another. There is a limit to drinking alcohol and we all know it. So if you want to avoid all the uncomfortable side effects of too much alcohol (drowsiness, headaches, digestive issues, skin rash, etc.) I suggest drinking responsibly. Moderating alcohol consumption will allow you to have enough energy for precious things, like exploring a city, visiting a historic museum or scuba diving in a mesmerizing reef.
7. Be mindful
Holidays are about unwinding from a stressful phase, recharging, energizing and simply enjoying life. They’re not about rules that are hard to follow, restricting ourselves or feeling depressed because we cannot seize the moment. Consciously enjoying a tasty meal without feeling guilty about it does your soul well. Just remember to take care of your body and choosing a healthier alternative on the next occasion or increasing your activity levels.
Staying healthy during holidays can sometimes be really challenging, but there is no need to panic. It’s important to not stress over imperfections when it comes to food choices, as you can always make better choices the next time around. Stay positive because eventually, holidays are about having a good time and for many people culinary delights are simply a part of it. Plan ahead of time, move a lot and try local meals – in doing so, you’ll be able to combine a good time with healthy choices, which will turn your holidays into an even more stunning experience and thus ensure unforgettable memories.