How to Stay Healthy When Traveling This Summer

How to Stay Healthy When Traveling This Summer

Trying to stay fit and healthy can be challenging when traveling. How many of you have returned home from a trip having gained weight and not feeling super wonderful about yourself? Yes, it can be tempting to throw caution to the wind and indulge in as much food and beverages of all sorts as possible. But you can easily plan an exciting summer vacation that will be fun for all and have everyone feeling great afterward! My friend was always too worried about her health and her home when she was on vacation that she couldn’t enjoy herself so she got an affordable home security camera to give her peace of mind and then asked me what she could do to keep healthy. It is important to think also about your financial health as well, especially if you are getting towards retirement age. Everyone dreams of travelling in their twilight, but economically it isn’t always possible. That’s why some people choose to do an equity release. If this might be able to help you, visit Here are some tips on how to stay healthy when travelling this summer:

Drink a lot of water

Lots of walking, hours spent outside in the sun… traveling can be exhausting. The airplane ride alone will dehydrate you from the altitude, so drink all the water you can. You will feel so much better getting off the plane hydrated instead of tired, queasy, tight, and drained. If you are on a road trip this applies too! It is so much better to drink water during the long drive than sugary sodas and caffeinated beverages. And be sure to get proper sleep to ensure safe driving conditions.

Keep things in moderation

You don’t have to have everything in one day. Bread, alcohol, dessert all add up quickly just at one meal. You can easily consume your total daily allowance of calories or more in just one sitting! Try to pick one guilty pleasure, and choose another the following day. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing, it is about balance!

Plan a Dry Vacation

Instead of planning your vacation around wineries and cocktail bars, why not plan a dry vacation! Whether you are recovering from addiction, taking a break from alcohol or just enjoy leading a healthy lifestyle, you can have an incredible experience without any alcohol. I highly recommend these three great sober travel destinations in the U.S.

Try to keep active

If you normally workout daily then try to go to the gym half the number of days you are on vacation. Vacation is just that…a break, so don’t feel like you have to hit the gym at 7 am each morning to feel good about yourself. Let go of some of the stress. Go for a walk, enjoy the outdoors and do something entirely different then you are used to. I spent a week in Arizona last summer and hiked some of the most beautiful trails in my entire life! Take a look at my half-day hike at the Grand Canyon:

Have the willpower to stay on track

You are stronger than you think, so choose your battles while you are away. Don’t cave into defeat. You can do it! Vacation is so much more than eating and drinking everything in sight. Take the time to enjoy those you spend it with, the scenery, and the culture it has to offer. Try to do something new every day! The food is just a bonus, not the entire package. My friend managed to stay on track with the lovely motorhome they purchased with help from Auto Finance Online. They have great offers on motorhome loans that will really if you’re interested in applying for one yourself.

I hope you enjoyed my tips on how to stay healthy when traveling this summer. Heading somewhere fun this summer? Let me know where you are off to in the comments below!

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XOXO – Stuart

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