By the end of March, I will have flown in and out of 5 different cities in a span of 2 months! That’s the most back-to-back travel I’ve ever done in such a short span of time. While traveling is exciting, it can take a toll on your body if you’re not careful. Especially if you’re flying, you’re more prone to catching a virus since you’re trapped in a metal tube of canned air that’s definitely chilling with germs and bacteria. I’m doing everything I can to stay healthy, so here’s what has been working for me SO FAR!
Just in the past two months I’ve traveled to Arizona, Florida, Texas, Kentucky, and now I’m off to LA and then back home to Kentucky again for the holidays. Side note: I should reeeally figure out how frequent flyer miles work, haha. Since travel is becoming such an integral part of my job, I’ve learned to find sustainable ways to adapt my healthy lifestyle while on the road. That way my body won’t crash and burn every time I’m on an airplane (figuratively speaking, let’s hope).
^ Art installation by Benjamin Shine I had the most amazing time at MindBodyGreen’s Revitalize conference in Arizona! There is so much that happened that I can’t really put into words, but I’ll do my best attempt. First, I’d like to give a shoutout to the team at Kohl’s – Kohl’s so generously sponsored my trip and provided my workout wardrobe for the entire weekend. You can find my outfit details scattered throughout this post.
Where do I even begin?! Bali was unbelievable! It is going to be mighty difficult to squeeze all of my tips into one blog post, but I will give it my all to share with you the BEST Bali Travel Guide my brain can assemble! I know there are quite a lot of you planning trips to Bali this year (woo!), so I hope you find this travel guide extremely helpful, and it gets you super excited for your trip! If there is anything I missed, please email me directly, and we can chat it out.
If you’re looking for a sign that you need to slow down and reconnect, this is it. After traveling around Bali for the past 14 days, the biggest thing I’ve noticed is how relaxed and happy everyone is here. I never felt rushed by anyone to do anything – whether it be paying for a delicious meal, taking in a scenic view, or stopping to ask a stranger for directions. Everyone has time or makes time. And if we run out of time, they just say “no worries” and we all move on.
Photo Details: Airplane Outfit c/o of In Flow Style & Suitcase c/o Away (I love this suitcase so much, and I recommend it to everyone.) Hello from Bali!!! Wow, guys – It is absolutely beautiful here! I’m floored by this beautiful country, the kindness of strangers, and THE FOOD. That’s another blog post entirely. I’m currently writing this whilst sitting outside at Zoe Villa Cafe in Canggu. We’ve been here for a week already, and I missed writing, so I wanted to go ahead and share our flight experience with you.