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Happy Holidays, Health Posts from Health Bloggers

Posted Dec 24 2008 10:15am

Happy Holidays from Fat Man Unleashed

Happy Holidays

I can’t believe it’s already Christmas Eve 2008. It seemed like just yesterday it was Spring time and we were at the beach enjoying the sun. It just goes to show you how important it is to live in the now (but still plan for tomorrow). As Santa approaches all of our homes today, I want to wish you all a Happy Holiday season and a great 2009 New Year.

Holiday Health Posts from Health Bloggers

Here are some holiday posts from around the health blogosphere, if I missed your holiday post let me know in the comments with a link to the post and I will approve it. I read these blogs frequently for their health tips and sometimes candid writings about their health. Feel free to subscribe to their feeds.

A Jewish Mizfit’s Guide to Making It Through Xmas & Cruising into the New Year @ MizFit

Secret Guide to Eating ANYTHING You Want at Christmas @ Diet Blog

It’s Holiday, Not Holimonth @ Get Fit Slowly

3 Quick & Simple Holiday Eating Tips @ Mr. Low Body Fat

Diet Holiday Cookies…..I Wish @ Fatty Weight Loss

A Couples History in Ornaments @ Roni’s Weigh

Dear Santa! @ The Anti Jared

OFF ON HOLIDAY! @ Discipline or Regret

Blizzards, Cabin Fever, and My Parents @ 4XLT

Dashing Through the Snow @ Diets In Review

Christmas Gift Ideas for Fitness Fanatics @ Families Fitness Blog

An Awesome Christmas Gift… @ Total Transformation Test

Healthy Christmas Dinner Ideas and Variations @ Former Fat Guy Blog

Bashing Holiday Stress + Happy Hanukkah! @ Diabetes Mine

Easy Exercises To Do During the Holidays @ Weight Ladder

It’s Christmas Time In The City @ Big Fat Deal

The CF Holiday party: Yule be surprised @ Cranky Fitness

Holiday Giveaways @ Health Bolt (not necessarily Holiday posts, but they are giving away prizes each day of the month).

Well, that’s about it. Make sure to watch yourself this holiday season and maintain those good habits you’ve built. It’s okay to eat whatever you want, just control how much of it you do eat.

This is an article from's Healthy Weight Loss and Fitness Blog.

Happy Holidays, Health Posts from Health Bloggers

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