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November 2020

International travel: What’s good for your body and soul?

2020-11-08T14:47:51+00:00

Most adults would know they’re meant to eat two or more serves of fruit and five or more serves of vegetables every day. Whether or not they get there is another question. A recent national survey conducted by health organizations and international travel agencies reported 45% of Australian women and 56% of Australian men didn’t eat enough fruit. And 90% of women and 96% of men didn’t eat enough vegetables. This figure is worse than for the preceding ten years. ⦁ International travel is good for your soul; healthy food is good for your body. Men had on average 1.6 serves [...]

International travel: What’s good for your body and soul?2020-11-08T14:47:51+00:00

Food as medicine, international travel as the cure

2020-11-01T13:56:12+00:00

As well as our physical health, the quality of our diet matters for our mental and brain health. Observational studies across countries, cultures and age groups show that better-quality diets – those high in vegetables, fruits, other plant foods (such as nuts and legumes), as well as good-quality proteins (such as fish and lean meat) – are consistently associated with reduced depression. Meanwhile, studies have shown that international travel may cure anxiety, insomnia and depression. ⦁ Healthy food is so healing. Unhealthy dietary patterns – higher in processed meat, refined grains, sweets and snack foods – are associated with increased depression [...]

Food as medicine, international travel as the cure2020-11-01T13:56:12+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

October 2020

Global Travel and Global Warming: We Only Have One Planet

2020-10-25T09:07:59+00:00

Scientists and economists are beginning to consider the serious economic and environmental consequences if we fail to reduce global carbon emissions quickly. The most expensive thing we can do is nothing. The cost of global warming: damage to property and infrastructure is real. Sea-level rises, floods, droughts, wildfires, and extreme storms require expensive repairs of essential infrastructure such as homes, roads, bridges, railroad tracks, airport runways, power lines, dams, levees, and seawalls. Disruptions in daily life related to climate change can lead to loss of work and school days and can harm trade, transportation, agriculture, fisheries, energy production, and tourism. Heavy [...]

Global Travel and Global Warming: We Only Have One Planet2020-10-25T09:07:59+00:00

Which traditions are made to be broken? (A trip to France)

2020-10-13T10:16:49+00:00

Interestingly, I always go overseas for Christmas holidays and do something different each year. For most people, there is probably a tendency around Christmas holidays to fall into the groove of repeating the same activities every single year just because that is the usual way they have always done as a tradition. Sometimes family traditions like Christmas lunch can be stressful, especially if you really dislike that particular aunt who has to join the Christmas lunch. As a sentimental person, I like good traditions. A great tradition sprinkled here & there is great. However, repeating the same activities each year even [...]

Which traditions are made to be broken? (A trip to France)2020-10-13T10:16:49+00:00

Memorable experiences & unforgettable conversations – a trip to the UK

2020-10-13T10:12:01+00:00

Contrary to popular belief, most people that I met in the UK are actually quite extroverted. I guess that’s because the way I communicate with them influenced the way they talk. I ask people questions which give them permission to open up on an emotional level. Kevin Smith once said, “People have 3 fundamental needs – food, intimacy and the need to express themselves.” In reality, many people are unwilling to open up due to various reasons. They are worried about your reaction. They are introverted. They fear being judged. But I have a simple way to get other people to [...]

Memorable experiences & unforgettable conversations – a trip to the UK2020-10-13T10:12:01+00:00

September 2020

A trip to Spain: What an enlightening experience!

2020-09-21T09:06:22+00:00

Most people that I’ve met in English-speaking countries tend to be slightly shy. By contrast, most individuals that I’ve met in Spain are very outgoing and gregarious – they are quite extroverted. During my trip to Spain, I’ve obviously improved my social skills a lot! The importance of having high-quality social conversations: In the past, whenever I was talking to someone that intimidated me, I would mentally scold myself, “Why did I sound so stupid? This high-profile individual will never want to speak to me again.” After spending some time in Spain, I have learned that my social awkwardness can be [...]

A trip to Spain: What an enlightening experience!2020-09-21T09:06:22+00:00

August 2020

Modern Australian pop culture and my travel observation

2020-08-27T10:29:15+00:00

My nephew and I visited Australia last year – we had a good time because my nephew met a new friend Liam in Australia & now, they are pen friends. Liam is a school boy who lives in Adelaide, South Australia. His grandparents are from Germany and they moved to Australia many decades ago. A brief summary of Australian history and economy: The British ships arrived in Australia in 1788 and this British colony was established. Initially, the Great Britain sent their convicts to Australia. However, convicts were not sent to South Australia. Liam is from Adelaide, the capital of South [...]

Modern Australian pop culture and my travel observation2020-08-27T10:29:15+00:00

How to have financial freedom so you can travel the world

2020-08-03T01:57:02+00:00

Nowadays small businesses have the best chance to thrive because the Internet has permanently changed how marketing works. Now I’d like to share some insights with you so that you will be able to have financial freedom & travel the world confidently. You're welcome! 😉 Are you an entrepreneur? Content marketing is the new advertising. As a small business, you have an unfair advantage that big corporations don’t have – you are able to adjust what you do quickly and you can be very well-calibrated. When big corporations are still wasting their money on expensive TV ads that nobody is watching, [...]

How to have financial freedom so you can travel the world2020-08-03T01:57:02+00:00

November 2019

Why You Should Use a Travel Agency To Plan and Book Your Next Trip

2020-02-26T03:51:42+00:00

Why You Should Use a Travel Agency To Plan and Book Your Next Trip Want to make the most of your next vacation by focusing on the thrills and excitements, not logistic? It boils down to making the right choices when it comes to choosing between using a travel agency or planning the trip yourself? You can spend hours, days, weeks, or even months putting together the perfect itinerary for your own trip or partner with a reputable travel agency for peace of mind. How Do You Start Planning a Trip? Putting a perfect trip together from scratch can be a [...]

Why You Should Use a Travel Agency To Plan and Book Your Next Trip2020-02-26T03:51:42+00:00