It’s the most wonderful time of the year: in-laws, cookies, and the inevitable struggle to maintain your healthy routine. It doesn’t have to be this way though. The holidays for some are an opportunity to spend time with family, relieve a bit of stress, and let go of being strict with your ideal lifestyle. For others, they are a chance to focus and double down on getting their ass into gear, eating healthy, holding themselves to a higher standard so that they don’t spiral down the path of poor choices.
For vegans, the holidays can be intimidating, especially those new to the plant-based lifestyle. From awkward family dinners where the weird uncle always asks about your protein and calcium to holiday parties where the only thing for you to eat is some lettuce and a few cashews. Nobody like that. So, we have a conversation offering up some tips about how to stay on track during the holiday season and not lose your sanity. We talk:
- How to approach the holidays depending on where you are in your health goals and circumstances
- How to approach social situations
- What to do as an athlete in a training cycle
- What about food? How to exist as a plant-based person
- And more!
We also just want to wish everyone who listens to our show, and that you have a very enjoyable and stress-free time. We’d love to see what you’re cooking up so definitely tag us on Instagram! We are gearing up for another Q&A episode so send in your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Want to support what we’re doing with Thought For Food? Consider subscribing to the show on iTunes or wherever you consume podcasts, and on YouTube at Thought For Food TV. You can also do us a solid by leaving a review on the iTunes store, which helps the podcast grow and reach more listeners, so we can spread this message to a greater audience. If you want to go above and beyond, we are now on Patreon! Patreon is a platform for supporters of content creators to pledge anywhere from $1 per month up to however much you want to support the growth and content creation. By pledging a certain amount each month, you get rewarded with exclusive perks like a shoutout in the VLOG, special access to a Google Hangout Q&A, or even a private nutrition consultation with Aaron and Jackson. It’s pretty cool! And every single cent we make on Patreon goes directly back into TFF in the form of equipment upgrades to make the content even better for you. So, basically, you get to have a direct impact on making the content better and more frequent. Sounds awesome right?
We really appreciate all the support guys, so don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter so we can engage more with all of our awesome supporters. This is such a fun thing we’re doing, and it’s even cooler that we are having a meaningful impact on people’s lives. So thanks!
Enjoy the show and go eat some plants.
-Jackson and Aaron
Minimalist Baker: minimalistbaker.com
YouTube Channel: Thought For Food TV
Support TFF: www.patreon.com/thoughtforfood
Follow Jackson on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/54401
Interested in coaching from Jackson and Aaron? Send us an email at email@example.com or click services on the website to learn more.