Tips For Traveling With Medication

All images courtesy of Uplash “Taking care of yourself doesn’t mean me first, it means me too.”  -Unknown Sometimes, travel means that you don’t get the rest you normally get at home, you might be eating foods that might upset your digestive system, you aren’t drinking enough water at higher altitudes, or your body might not handle jet lag well.  No matter the trigger,…

Don’t forget your Raincoat

When we dream of travel, a rainy day is never part of the plan.  Nevertheless, Mother Nature can sometimes have ideas of her own!  So, my #1 packing tip is, don’t leave home without a raincoat.   A raincoat seems like such a simple tool to pack and honestly, for me, it’s sometimes the easiest item to forget as I am counting down to departure,…

7 Tips To Surviving Travel Disruptions: The Importance Of Flexibility When Traveling

“We can’t direct the wind but we can adjust the sails.”  -Thomas S. Mason Canceled or delayed flights, lost luggage, bad weather, mechanical breakdown, illness, and yes, even a pandemic can derail or, even worse, cancel your travel plans. I hope you’ve never experienced any of these in your travels but the more we travel, it’s likely that a disruption will present itself from…

How To Travel When You Are Chronically Ill

I wish travel therapy was covered by my health insurance. –Anonymous Traveling with illness is really not fun.  If you’ve ever traveled with a nagging headache, or worse, you ate or drank something you probably shouldn’t have, you know what I mean.  Being sick on the road can zap the fun right out of wherever you might be.       Imagine then, that you are chronically…