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February 2021

Fascinating New Year’s Resolutions from Our International Travel Team

2021-02-26T13:35:27+00:00

“New Year, New You” sounds like a cliché because it’s everywhere on Instagram this month. Our international travel team shared everyone’s New Year’s resolutions with each other on social media, so I think it’s a good idea to collect some fascinating ideas here. Enjoy! Unusual New Year’s resolutions: Most New Year’s resolutions are common sense – stop eating junk food, start doing exercise, etc. Our team members have some unusual New Year’s resolutions to share with you:     1) Sit less; move more. Dr. Christiane Northrup famously said, “Sitting is the new smoking”. This is absolutely true. Having a sedentary [...]

Fascinating New Year’s Resolutions from Our International Travel Team2021-02-26T13:35:27+00:00

Stop playing small: Think big and travel the world

2021-02-03T15:56:32+00:00

If you play not to lose rather than play to win, you are possibly playing small. Fortunately, there are many ways to stop playing small from now on. Meet the best mentors by traveling the world. Spending lots of time with those who cannot give you the right advice on your future is not the best growth-driven habit. To think big, you must have mentors and coaches who are able to give you helpful advice and valuable feedback. I have traveled the world in order to meet the right mentors for my career. The best mentors are obviously living in different [...]

Stop playing small: Think big and travel the world2021-02-03T15:56:32+00:00

January 2021

Health-conscious international travelers’ advice

2021-01-16T13:51:38+00:00

I remember my nutritionist told me that sugar is the biggest evil in our diets because sugar creates advanced glycation end compounds in our bodies, which destroy collagen and neutralize antioxidants. In general, sugar is bad for your skin and health. This is beyond candies and cakes – in fact, sugar hides in white bread, dressings and sauces all the time as well. Therefore, you may even want to switch white bread for whole-grain, pasta for sweet potatoes, white rice for quinoa. You should make your own dressing if you have time. In time you will notice the difference. My guilty [...]

Health-conscious international travelers’ advice2021-01-16T13:51:38+00:00

December 2020

Why do people go shopping during international trips?

2020-12-16T15:08:41+00:00

For many international travellers, buying a luxury handbag is not something uncommon: perhaps just as common as buying a T-shirt at Target. While the appeal of luxury goods is obvious – the leather is soft; the logo is flashy – the price tag can be off-putting. Unless you have a good job with a high salary, buying luxury consumer goods can create a financial burden. Yet studies have revealed that humans do not always act rationally. Many consumers who buy luxury goods are not in a financial position to be able to afford luxury goods. The proof of this may be [...]

Why do people go shopping during international trips?2020-12-16T15:08:41+00:00

November 2020

Better health, better future – advice on nutrition and international tourism

2020-11-15T13:52:50+00:00

Travelling internationally has certainly helped me learn a lot about nutrition because different cultures have so many different foods! ⦁ Healthy foods are better than vitamins in the drug store. Forget an apple a day, vitamin manufacturers would have you believe it’s important to take daily vitamins to boost your health. And a surprising proportion of Australians do. Data from the last National Health survey (back in 1995) showed that up to 30% of Australians had recently taken vitamin or mineral supplements – mostly for preventive health reasons. More recently, the 45 and Up study of more than 100,000 Australian adults [...]

Better health, better future – advice on nutrition and international tourism2020-11-15T13:52:50+00:00

International trips: sweeter than sugar

2020-11-01T13:39:32+00:00

Lifestyle design experts in NYC state that when you are physically relaxed and mentally satisfied, you don’t want to eat sugar anymore. This effect can be achieved via international travel, positive relationships and physical exercise. ⦁ Should you stop eating sugar? Not long ago, fat was the evil dietary villain. Before that it was salt. Now the sugar-free diet has exploded onto the health and wellness scene – and seems to have topped many people’s list of New Year’s resolutions. Sugar-free diets encourage people to avoid table sugar (sucrose), sweeteners such as honey and maple syrup, refined flours, condiments, soft drinks, [...]

International trips: sweeter than sugar2020-11-01T13:39:32+00:00
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