Travel adds a layer of complexity to healthy eating, but it is possible. Here’s my easy healthy food list for when I don’t want to cook. And it isn’t take-out or TV dinners, either, but easy enough that anyone make it.
Life keeps rolling on, whether you live in a house, on a boat or in an RV. Burnout is possible no matter where you live. Here’s how to deal with burnout.
I’m coming out of a 2-week long cold and I thought this would be a good time to talk about how to stay healthy while travelling full-time. Yes, I’m sick now but it’s really the first cold I’ve had during our year of travel. I also usually don’t get sick more than once every few years.
It’s been awhile since I posted a recipe. But today, I decided to go into a food prep frenzy, clear out some stuff that needed eating and make some sauces. These sauces are all gluten-free, oil-free, low-FODMAP, and all you need is a high-powered blender or food processor to make them. Here are the 3 easy vegan sauces I made today.
You can read this post now, or pin it in Pinterest for reading later. We just finished a month of daily travel, most of the time without access to unlimited electricity. We live in a tiny space (less than 350 square feet), and our goal is to go even smaller. But no matter what, I will always make sure there is space for my Instant Pot. Here’s why.