Posts tagged healthy living for millennials
The Official 'Get Your Ish Together' Checklist for the New Year

Do what works best for you in the end, because the best gift you could ever receive or give is to be your own advocate. There’s no fix-all solution to life’s problems, but these small changes can help to clear your path of the emotional clutter that you may acquire throughout the year.

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How Moving To Europe Can Help You Finally Get Fit

When getting ready to move to Europe, the thought of weight gain (or weight loss) is probably one of the first things that come to mind, and with good reason. The endless accessibility to fresh bread and high quality yet affordable wine is tempting on so many levels. I’ll start by saying this, while living in Spain I’ve been the heaviest weight I’ve ever been in my life, as well as the healthiest. Hear me out...

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5 Ways to Feel Connected When You're Far Away from Home

Let's be frank: even the most experienced of travelers feel moments of longing for home. In this case, home doesn't necessarily refer to a building with four walls and a roof insomuch as it alludes to comfort zone, area code, continent, loved ones, frame of mind, or version of yourself in a specific moment and place in time. How do we as nomads, explorers, or passport-stamp addicts feel close when we're so far away? 

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5 Things I’ve learned about the U.S. since I’ve left the U.S.

I’ve learned a great deal since I made the decision to move abroad. I’ve learned that Google maps is no match for cities older than the U.S. I’ve learned that the ten years I spent navigating the NYC subway system equipped me with the ability to decipher virtually any subway system in the world; and most recently, during a meal in Portugal that left me nothing short of breathless, I learned that Anthony Bourdain is always right.

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5 Things to Do When Living Abroad: Expat Checklist

Oh the joys of ex-pat living! Many people tend to romanticize international living. They imagine white sandy beaches, private jets, jungle safaris and of course, a weekend rendezvous to Venice and Marseilles. No shade, the South of France is bae; however, that doesn't mean that fellow longterm ex-pats, nomads and wanderers don't also have to deal with the everyday happenings that may seem boring or just plain bothersome. 

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