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Winter is almost here and with all the feasts and festivities, the holiday can feel a little gluttonous at times. With 2018 just a few weeks away we were inspired to compile a list of healthy holiday gifts to launch your loved ones (or yourself) into the new year. Get inspired, and check out the Cliff Original Healthy Holiday Gift Guide below.
Everyone’s lives are busy, but Class Pass gives the flexibility for individuals to select not only routine that works for you, but also the option to explore a variety of different classes, studios, and instructors. It’s also a great opportunity to try something new without the long-term commitment of a membership to a single studio or gym. Make it more enjoyable by joining them for a class too, because we all know it’s more motivation when you’ve got someone to sweat it out with you.
This cookbook will turn even a cooking novice into a loyal loving veggie fan. With over 150 vegetarian recipes they’ll be quickly turning seasonal side dishes into the center focus for a delicious meal. The esteemed author of this book and founder of Little Eater, Cara Mangini, has worked at some of New York’s and Napa Valley’s most prestigious food destinations. Compiling her culinary expertise and creativity she crafted The Vegetable Butcher cookbook. Don’t just take my word for it though; The Vegetable Butcher is a 2017 James Beard Award finalist and winner of two IACP Cookbook Awards.
Help them supplement their health goals and diet with the Care/of. All they have to do is answer a few questions about their lifestyle and goals and the Care/of creates a personalized recommendation of monthly vitamins that will help them achieve it. Are they looking to increase energy? They’ve got a vitamin regimen to help maintain consistent energy levels. Is better skin a serious focus? Their herbal supplements made from plants can improve healthy skin and keep them looking at their best.
Sometimes simple reminders are all you need to keep things calm in all the chaos. Designed by The School of Life, a brand with a mission to help aid individuals with attaining a fulfilled life, the Calm prompt cards are a clever take on school-aged flash cards. With 60 witty cards in a deck, they’re meant to help provide a simple reminder on maintaining inner peace and being mindful.
If performance and style is their thing then Under Armour's brand-new subscription box service is just the gift. Delivered right to their doorstep, your loved ones will receive a handpicked selection of the newest fitness gear in the frequency you choose (every 30, 60, or 90 days). Each box includes four to six items, and you're charged only for the items they decide to keep. And if they decide to keep everything you get 20% off. Who doesn’t like a discount to look good when they workout?
Cooking can be a hassle so help make it enjoyable again by giving them the ease and convenience of great food delivered right to their door. With all the ingredients and simple recipes to follow, these dietitian-approved meals take less than 30 minutes to make. Select a plan that works for them (classic, veggie, or family plan) and the desired frequency. With 15 new recipes each week they’ll be hard pressed to get bored with the selection, all the while cultivating their culinary cooking techniques.
A Fitness Playlist
While I like to remember the good ole days of mix tapes, music playlists have seemed to take their place in the world of today. Sure, crafting a custom playlist of your favorite songs is a great way to show someone how much you care, but why not take it to another level and help them optimize their workout? Try the app Spring. All you need to do is select the type of music, and fitness activity... running, cycling, or however they like to do to break a sweat. The app then measures, through GPS, the songs make will make them move the quickest, and keep the motivated through the workout. Know an avid runner check out Rock My Run. Geared specifically towards runners, this app allows you to pick a music genre and a BPM to match your individual pace. We all know music moves, but why not give them that extra sense of personalization.