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How To Get Better Nutrition From A Hotel Breakfast

Travelers often make poor breakfast decisions when they’re on the road. The problem becomes even worse when they have access to a free breakfast that includes a lot of sweet goodies. You don’t have to give in to the temptation of unhealthy food items at your hotel. If you want to learn how to get better nutrition from a hotel breakfast, the following five tips will help you make healthier choices. Choose a Hotel With Healthy Breakfast Options Image via Flickr by basykes Some hotels offer healthier breakfast options than others. A low-cost lodging that advertises its continental breakfast might just put…

Do You Trust Your Gut Feeling?  

Studies show that our gut feeling is correct 95% of the time, so why do so many of us not often follow our instincts? Our brain teaches us to think and make decisions logically, while our emotions and heart can often battle to agree. “praying woman” (CC BY 2.0) by Guppydas Your gut feeling, also thought of as ‘intuition’ or ‘sixth sense’, is your subconscious linking with your conscious. Our subconscious mind knows a lot more than we think and is a crucial part of our body that filters out what we need to know and what we don’t need to know. It…

Sponsored Video: adidas Creates #ClaimFreedom Campaign for Adventurers!

One of my favorite things to do while traveling these days is adventure activities, whether it be mountain biking, riding motorcycles, wake boarding or something else semi-extreme, I’m usually game for it. Sure, going to museums, eating at nice restaurants and staying at sexy hotels is enjoyable, but there is nothing like getting out into nature, testing your limits and seeing what you’re made of. So, when I heard about the newest adidas campaign to push individuals to show what their passionate about, I thought it was a good synergy with what The World or Bust stands for. adidas Outdoor has just launched a new…

Getting High: Tips on Exercising at Altitude!

By Fitness/Wellness Contributor, Josh Cantor Traveling to high altitudes is always something interesting, especially for a South Florida boy like myself. Unfortunately, there are multiple issues to consider that accompany a change in altitude stemming from a decreased concentration of oxygen in the air. This obviously affects a person’s ability to be active, but can bring about serious symptoms such as altitude sickness (nausea, lethargy, feeling uncoordinated) and in severe cases, can even lead to fainting. I wanted to shed some light on how this happens and provide some tips on how to avoid issues when exercising at altitude on your next trip. It is…

Golfing in Dubai

golfing in Dubai

Dubai is gaining a reputation as a luxury destination and with this comes the desire for many of its visitors to play golf. Luckily the Emirate is well equipped with world-class courses and welcoming clubhouses. Its reputation for golfing has been further enhanced by the staging of the Desert Classic tournament, which has been held in Dubai since 1989. Even if you are not quite up to the standard of performing in the event you can still enjoy a few rounds of the sport on your next holiday. Read on to find out about some of the golf courses you…

How to not gain weight while traveling

People always complain about gaining weight when they travel.  And while I personally don’t think putting on a few pounds on the road is that big a deal, especially if you’re going on a weeklong cruise (you’re supposed to eat whatever you want), there are a few things you can do to not gain weight while traveling. My view is that short term travel (a week to two weeks) is all about indulgence, having fun and not worrying about things like your gym regiment, stringent diet, etc.  You go on short term vacations, because 1. You only get two weeks…

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