Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Frighteningly Fit

Sweet ways to stay Healthy


Snickers, candy corn, candied apples, m&ms, mars bars, starbursts, skittles, twix, gummies... I think you get the point, right? Halloween is truly a time of temptation and hauntingly good delights, so here are a couple of ways to make sure that you stay fit and healthy. 

Fun-sized Oh fun-sized candies, how wonderful. Just think, perfectly portioned nibbles that allow you to take a bite without over-indulging. Except for the fact that one usually turns into four, which then turns out to have totally defeated the purpose of fun-sized. In order to force yourself into moderation, freeze the leftovers from your trick-o-treating bunch. This will make it so that you have to physically get up, get a candy eat it and leave. Even little differences help because at least you won't be boredom eating. 


Sweat the Sweets Away! Take advantage of the beautiful Autumn weather by going for a jog outside. The outdoors totally beats the treadmill if you are keen for a run. If not, make sure that you are the first one on the dance floor at all of the Halloween parties! What better way to stay in shape then by showing off some sweet moves with your girls? All that matters is that you are staying active and healthy! If you've got the right routine going on then rewarding yourself with a couple treats is no big deal!


Go Against the Grain! Be the one who decides to opt for healthy snacks instead of the sugary sweets that normally are passed out. Whether you are throwing a party for grown ups, or passing out to the kiddos, you can definitely be creative! If you are throwing a dinner party serve fresh fruit, alongside the candy bowls. Also, if you want to pass out something different to the neighborhood kids, why don't you try stickers, toys or even your favorite hair ties! 






What are you going to dish up this Halloween? What is your costume!? How are you incorporating your favorite headbands and hair ties into the mix? Let us know at hello@mykitsch.com 

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