No matter how awesome fall is – with its changing colors, crisp air and pumpkin-packed recipes – it’s also a bittersweet reminder that winter is on its way. And with winter comes short, dark days, bitter temps and a nagging temptation to hibernate with a bowl of calorie-packed comfort foods.
But you don’t have to let your summer successes turn into winter weight gain. By preparing and cementing your wintertime self-care strategies before the first snowflake falls, you can most effectively combat wintertime fatigue, skipped workouts, blue moods and extra holiday pounds, says Susan Albers, a clinical psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic and author of “Eat Q: Unlock The Weight-Loss Power of Emotional Intelligence.” CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE!
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