Where on earth have I been for the past month or two? I’m guilty as charged for not having updated this blog for way too long. But I have a legitimate excuse—I traveled to the Hawaiian island of Kaua‘i for five weeks to completely immerse myself in research for my next book on this magical island. Read on to learn some things I discovered
Close your eyes and imagine paradise. Think of palm trees swaying in a tropical breeze, sunrises walking on a beach looking at vibrant turquoise surf rolling in. Thundering waterfalls and magical rainbows. Mountains dramatically descending into the ocean.
Now that I have published my book, 300 Healthy Travel Tips, I’m returning to the Garden Isle of Kaua‘i tomorrow to resume work on a travel guidebook about what might be my favorite place on earth.
The best part: You can tag along
There was once a time when flying was cool. You wanted to be a jetsetter. Today? Not so much. Either we’re getting bigger, or the seats are getting smaller (and our money is on the seats).
More than ever, you must be prepared, especially for lengthy transcontinental or international flights. By eating right, keeping hydrated, staying limber, and getting rest, you can make your flight a lot healthier and arrive ready to hit the ground in better shape. Here's how.
Travelers commonly complain that they can’t eat right on the road. Many share tales of gaining weight on a trip. The good news is that with a little planning and common sense, you can eat right and maintain the good habits you follow at home. In this post, we'll share some healthy eating tips that we use in our travels. We hope they will help you too.
I'm thrilled and humbled! I was just featured in the Travel Style section in the outstanding JohnnyJet travel website. I like to say that I stand on the shoulders of giants, and owe a debt of honor to so many great travel writers like JohnnyJet.
Before your next flight, don’t just sit there. Get up and move around. Take a brisk walk. Do stretches. Use the stairs. And get your pulse pumping before you step on the plane.
The good news is that n a growing number of forward-thinking air terminals, you can indulge in yoga, walk on a dedicated and marked path before or between flights, and find tranquility from the noisy crush of a busy airport.