The following is a guest post. Lindsey who runs a business getting women in shape! She's also a life coach and motivator. I asked her to share some tips before in this post: How to Stay Fit While Traveling almost 3 years ago. She's come back for more tips, this time, sharing exercises you can do from anywhere.
So oreos, ritz, and fruit shakes have become a staple of your daily diet. A local beer is cheaper than water, and those workout clothes seem to have sunk deep into the bottom of your backpack. Long-term travel inevitably changes our bodies. It throws our natural rhythm in and out of balance; and unlike our
Maui is not a place to sit around on the beach. It's a place to go play and be active! Everyone else around will be, so why not join in? Even if you have a budget of 20 bucks you can rent a SUP (stand up paddleboard) and look into the clear blue ocean for
When you’re traveling, it’s almost inevitable that things will go wrong. Delayed flights, lost luggage, missed reservations, the list can go on and on. And unfortunately, a lot of it is completely out of your control. However, as the saying goes "there is one thing that is in your control and that is how you feel."
“Oh, as if! You skinny bitch!” This is what skinny girls hear when they complain about being fat, so I’ve got to tread lightly here. I know I’m not fat, but I have gained about 8 pounds in the last year in India. Traveling/expat life and being fit don’t really go together, especially in India
Yoga in India and in the West is very different, and as I came to explore it more it's something I really wanted to share about on the blog. Before India, I took hot yoga in the US and loved it as a hard-core workout. I was pretty sure all I lost was water-weight, but
Over the years, I've gotten really, really good at packing efficiently and still maintaining my boho chic style. Whether it's using the KonMari method, learning how to wash my clothes while traveling so I could pack even less, knowing which packing items to splurge on, or testing out the best, most stylish luggage out there, I've