This is, primarily, a travel blog, but I like to write about general life happiness and wellness also because the fact of the matter is that most of us can’t live our lives in a bubble where we float from one fabulous location to the next. We can’t all satiate our wanderlust at all moments, and there are days, weeks, or even months at a time where life can feel like a mundane, dreary routine of monotony.
So what is it about cultures where people are all pretty much slender vs. my own? What are they doing that I’m not, and most importantly…how can I incorporate these habits into my own life when I’m at home?
We’ve all been there….we travel to some beautiful destination…we’re having a fabulous time, and then BAM! Stomach issues.
It’s happened to me, for sure! That’s why I wanted to take a little time today to talk about some strategies you can use while traveling to make sure your travels aren’t derailed by digestive issues. This isn’t to say I guarantee 100% you won’t have issues, but I do promise that if you follow these tips, you’ll greatly reduce your chances.
Today’s post is brought to you by Mike from Pinch-Flat.com, a blog for cyclists that includes everything from information on gear, training tips, information on bikes, and of course, traveling as a cyclist. It’s a great blog and it definitely makes me want to dust off my neglected road bike and hit the road, so if you’re interested in cycling you should definitely check it out! Today’s post is a list of Mike’s top ten cycling destinations around the world. Read on for more!
This advice could work for anybody who hasn’t slept for any reason, but since travel often involves being awake for long hours, enduring sleepless nights, and staying up way (way) past our bedtimes as we cross time zones and hemispheres, I’d say there’s a fair amount of exhaustion we travelers have to deal with. Here are my tips for getting yourself back on track after losing out on rest.
In addition to writing this travel blog, I also read a lot of other people’s blogs and there is one thing I’ve noticed from the blog posts of some of the international blogs I follow…information on medical issues while traveling in the United States. To be fair, anybody traveling anywhere wants to know the medical situation in their destination country, and it can be tricky and varied. Certain countries allow in some medications, while the same medications are strictly prohibited in other countries. In some countries, medical care is easy to access and affordable, and in others it’s prohibitively expensive. It’s really hard to know what you’re facing without doing your research first, but since I know I do have some international readers on here and I do sincerely hope you all come visit my country should you get the chance, I thought I would write up a few tips and some general information for you to help you prepare for your trip here.
If you’re like me and you like to stay healthy and fit, you’ll know the struggle of coming back from a trip with a few extra pounds on. All that delicious food and interruption of a regular fitness routine can take a toll on the body, but it doesn’t have to. Fitness is something you can squeeze into any trip if you plan your time wisely. I previously wrote a post on staying healthy and fit while on the road, but today I want to delve into some specific workouts you can do inside your hotel room because, quite frankly, sometimes that’s your only option.
I previously wrote a post about Staying Fit While on the Road with some tips and ideas for staying healthy and getting exercise while still enjoying your vacation. I wanted to expand on the topic, however, because if we’re all being honest with ourselves, we all know that travel can seriously interrupt your fitness routine even when you have the best of intentions. Sometimes it’s not always an option to pack a bunch of extra workout clothes or fit in enough time to go out on some awesome fitness excursion.
It doesn’t need to be too difficult, however. I’ve put together this list of videos, routines, and apps for you that will help you fit exercise into your busy travel schedule wherever you happen to be.
I’m sure you’ve heard the tales told a million times before: “I spent two weeks in France doing nothing but eating croissants with cheese and drinking wine, and I lost weight!”
For many of us, there can be nothing more frustrating than the fact that when we’re traveling, we can eat exactly how we please and come back from our trip feeling lighter and healthier, and yet when we’re working we struggle to keep the pounds off even if we’re watching what we eat.
There’s nothing that can ruin a trip quicker than getting sick. It sucks, and sometimes it’s unavoidable, but there are things you can do to help mitigate your risk and stay healthy while you’re on the road.