Anyone that knows me knows I ALWAYS have food with me. I can’t go on road trips without loading down on munchies, and panic if I head to someone’s house not knowing if there is any food present. (These might be some things I should look into working on.) Whenever I’m in the throws of busy season (10 months out of the year), the first thing to go are healthy eating habits. I’ve found that food prep is imperative to being sure I eat well when I’m running crazy, and eating well is imperative to managing stress, feeling bomb, avoiding the “wedding hangover”, and having the energy to just stay alive. I’ve put together a few of my favorite snacks I can grab on the way out the door!
With fall wedding and senior season in full swing, it's easy to get to December, look back and wonder where this part of the year went! It's also easy to skid into the holiday season completely exhausted, friend-less, unhealthy, and burnt out. Been there, done that, and it's the worst. I'm determined for burn out and exhaustion not to be my story, and I've found a few things that help me manage this time of year.
I know you're in the throws of busy season. Some of you may be pulling double header wedding weekends or shooting every day. Regardless, you're hustling, and we are running right there along side of you. You know I'm a huge fan of self care, so I asked my fitness coach friend, Sandra Cauley, to give us some pointers for wedding season and avoiding the infamous "wedding hangover". Check out her tips for staying healthy (alive) while you celebrate with your couples: