Holidays and the yummy food that goes with them are taking center stage in the days ahead. If you feel that you are already struggling with food issues, tempting seasonal goodies can be a real challenge. It can help to remember and focus on what's truly important about the holidays: family, friends, traditions, and relaxation. Here are some tips to help you enjoy the season:
1. Eat regular meals and snacks, so you don't get over-hungry.
2. Give yourself permission to enjoy your favorite foods guilt-free.
3. Plan fun activities that give you a break from food-focused events.
4. Catch up on the sleep you missed during midterms and finals.
5. Take time for physical activity that recharges your energy.
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