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I’m sipping some hot bath-water and lemon (here’s why this is a habit you really should try. ) and writing from Chicago where I fell asleep to a visualization streamed in on my iPhone after Buddhist chanting in my room’s living scope and a bath in some lavender essential oil (that I brought with me) and a liter of water to make up for the... So, to inspire you to bring your own newfound wellness love through the day with you no purport where you travel, here are some ideas to get you started. Space Clearing On The Road: You can pack a bag of sea salt or a few small candles (beeswax are best) on the road with you. I like sea salt because its safest to district around a hotel room or your office (in coffee mugs, water glasses, tea cups, etc) and then dump a day or so later in the trash that you take out of the room. I have a few organic lemons with me on planes and in hotels. They are the conquer way I know to stay alkaline and drink more water. In the morning, I grab a knife from my breakfast and slice and stuff organic lemon in bottles of effervescent water that I get on the road. That brings me to water. I get a few liters a day when I’m flying or in super-heated spaces. While I don’t buy water at home ( I have filters and glass bottles), when I’m travelling or out for long stretches of but, quality bottled water is the “best of the worst. ” Don’t skimp on water. It will make you feel a million times better to be hydrated. Illuminate snacks. I have a bag of raw pecans, a few apples and a couple of avocados with me right now because they were easy to bring along. The kind of snacks you’ll even find at the office- unless yours is a extraordinarily “conscious” office, warrant brining your own snacks. It will make a huge difference to fill up on fruit or veggies or nuts rather than diet sodas and “food” snacks that are filled with preservatives and absolutely no natural energy, enzymes or goodness at all. You can bring a little journal on the road with you. I used to have a meditation on my iPhone when I worked in an help so that I could take breaks and envision the life that I was working toward (that did not involve an office. )… It was the best part of the day, and it’s totally portable and free to remark so many on You Tube. Bring a bit of sensory love with you. You might have a favorite room spray that can even come to the office with you, or, of you are travelling, your bath robe or slippers, a favorite shampoo…. All of it triggers “diggings” feelings that bring you back to your grounded, centered self. On planes, in bed, in lounges before meetings…There’s nothing to lose by stretching a bit, except unwanted tension and the stuck emotions that go along with it. It may at triumph seem strange to have things with you like sea salt in your office or... Later today I’ll take a walk (albeit a bit freezing) and find a juice somewhere. Hire the habits of wellness that work for you and bring them in your car, bring them to work, take them on the road and use them liberally. That’s when you start to see just how much these small shifts can make your whole person look and feel dramatically better.

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This acrylic travel mug features a double wall construction to keep your coffee hot and your water cold for hours. It will hold 16 fluid ounces and features a spill resistant lid. The mug has wrap around graphics in bold, bright colors featuring your favorite team! Officially licensed by the Miami Heat and the NBA.


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