There are many challenges to those of us trying to stay healthy and fit. One I encountered recently was a business trip to the East Coast.
Eating well and exercise are hard enough when you’re home; being away from home makes it that much more difficult.
When you’re traveling, you eat in restaurants, sleep in a different bed and your routine is changed.
And when you’re on a different time zone, you also have body clock adjustments that deplete your energy levels.
Here are some things that I found useful during my five-day trip that helped keep me on course to continued fitness.
What do you do to make healthful choices while traveling? I’d love to hear your ideas and maybe feature them in a future column. Email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.