12 Health-Forward Holiday Ornaments (Yes, Really)

12 Health-Forward Holiday Ornaments (Yes, Really)

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This holiday season, you could put some candy canes on the tree… or you could celebrate your hard work and perseverance by finding the perfect spot for your overnight-oats ornament instead.

This list of health-minded ornaments is sure to add a little festive fitness to your holiday.

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1. Greek Yogurt Ornament

greek yogurt ornament

This cute little cup of Greek yogurt is a great way to pay homage to your favorite breakfast treat.


2. Cyclist Glass Ornament

This ornament really captures the cyclist in you, right down to your shiny jumper and your glistening legs.


3. Veggie Lovers Ornament

Because you love veggies and you’re not afraid to admit it.


4. French Press Coffee Ornament

French press ornament

For those of us who require coffee to get us through our days.


5. Runners Ornament

If one must have a tiny glass shoe, it should be a shoe that’s designed for running.


6. I Heart Acai Ornament

He sees you when your açaí-ing, he knows when you’re awake…


7. Avocado Toast Ornament

avocado toast ornament

New joke: How many millennials does it take to decorate a tree?


8. iSquat Ceramic Ornament

Think about how strong Santa’s thighs must be. All those chimneys.


9. Yoga Mat Ornament

Here’s a little tiny bit of zen for you. When your relatives start getting to be too much, just focus on this, and pretend you’re at your favorite studio.


10. Yogi’s Ornament

And here’s an even less subtle reminder that you’d rather be doing yoga.


11. Golf Ornament

golf ornament

If your favorite way to get active on the weekend is with a round of golf, there’s no better ornament.


12. Swimmers Glass Ornament

Resolve to do a triathlon in 2020? All you need is this, the running shoe, and the cyclist (above).