Anyone can experience the magic of solo travel. If you’re nervous, afraid, overwhelmed, or just plain don’t think you can do it, I want to let you in on a secret – I’ve felt all of those feelings, too. I’ve felt them, embraced those feelings, worked through them, and moved forward. And the result? A life that is exponentially richer, more vibrant, and more fulfilled than I ever thought it could be.
Consider this: healthy travel is simply an extension of your already healthy lifestyle! That means, you’ve already done the hard work. You just need to figure out how your healthy habits blend with travel! So here are 10 simple strategies you can use to bust through the roadblocks and clear your path to make eating and living clean while traveling as effortless as your day-to-day wellness!
How to not work out while on vacation is just as important as how to workout. Here’s how to create a plan to balance fitness and relaxation on vacation without the guilt, so you can maximize the enjoyment of your time off!
I’m sharing everything I ate with you in a 7 day food log so that next time you’re traveling for work or pleasure you’ll be prepared with simple ideas and easy travel-friendly recipes to keep your energy steady and your brain sharp wherever your travels take you!
Not only is this salad gorgeous, but it’s the ideal balance of convenience, nutrition, and deliciousness making it the perfect work lunch – especially if you’re traveling for work!
Healthy travel food made easy! Take control of your nutrition while traveling with this simple, healthy meal that can be made in just 6 minutes using the kitchenette found in most hotel rooms.
When you’re traveling you don’t have the time or resources to create gorgeous, Instagram-worthy breakfasts. Instead, you need a breakfast that’s straightforward, cheap, takes just minutes to put together, and loaded with high quality nutrients to fuel the mental and physical demands of travel.
A guide to the best (and cheapest) paleo-friendly food, movement, and self care spots in Reykjavik, Iceland.
From a local kombucha brewery, to primal fine dining, to a coconut-milk based vegan ice cream shop, here’s everything you need to know to keep eating Paleo while enjoying the best of the Seattle dining scene.
This article originally appeared on the Under30Experiences Wellness Blog on May 11, 2017. Hotel breakfasts suck. But yours doesn’t have to. We’ve all been there: the hotel or hostel that advertises the “complimentary continental breakfast with your stay!” Free breakfast?!