Eat move make food fitness travel lifestyle are all passions of mine. I believe a life filled with one or more of these things, preferably all three, is a happy life. When you’re able to find work that revolves around something you love, it makes for the happiest job you could ever ask for! And lucky for you, this blog will focus on all three of those things: Travel, Food, and Fitness! I’m currently based in New York City as a social media marketer working in-house at one of the world’s leading hotel brands. But that doesn’t mean I can’t see the opportunity to grow this blog into something bigger — so stay tuned!
Travel: Food and Fitness
Travel is the best way to discover new cultures, open your mind to new perspectives, and of course, try new foods! Whether you’re exploring your own backyard or traveling to the other side of the world, you can be sure you’ll try traditional dishes that are both healthy and delicious! When you’re on the hunt to try new and healthy dishes from around the world, keep an eye out for these ingredients: Try to avoid foods that are deeply fried, come drenched in sauce, or are super creamy — not only do these foods tend to be high in calories, but it’s likely they’ll leave you feeling woolly! Instead, choose foods that are high in fiber and protein, and low in sugar and fat. Healthy foods are great, but what happens when you’re in a place like Tokyo and you just want sushi? Do you give into temptation? No! You stick to your guns and find the healthiest sushi joint in town. And while you’re at it, avoid the California roll. It’s not as healthy as you might think, because it’s often drenched in mayo!
Fitness: Your Body Is a Machine – Care for It!
Let’s start with the basics: We all have bodies. And if you care for them, they’ll last a long time. If you neglect them, they’ll break down sooner than they should. You’re probably thinking, “Okay, but what does that mean? I don’t know how to care for my body!” One of the first things you can do is learn about what you should be eating. What do I mean by that? Well, simply put, your body is a machine, and it needs certain things to function properly. Things like protein and carbohydrates provide energy, while iron and calcium are used to make blood and build your bones! As you’re learning what you should be putting in your body, you should also be learning what you shouldn’t be putting in there. This can include things like saturated fats and sugar. And alcohol, although some people may disagree. The key is moderation!
Food: What You Put in Your Body Has an Impact
As a kid, we’re all told to eat healthy food. And while that’s true, it’s also something that can get boring pretty quickly. But there’s a trick to eating healthy, and it’s to switch it up! For example, you could eat the same breakfast every day for the next decade, or you could mix things up and try a new breakfast every week. Or even every day! It’s not only fun, but it also helps to keep your body interested. If you’re looking for new and healthy breakfast ideas, here are some of the best foods to start with: Fruit, oats, eggs, and yogurt. These foods are healthy, and they also taste great! If you’re planning to keep eating these foods, though, try to vary the combinations.
What if you’re reading all this and thinking, “I would love to travel and try new foods, but I just can’t afford it right now!” Well, I get it — travel and food (especially healthy food) can be expensive! So here are a few things to try: Find ways to save money: If you’re looking to travel, see if you can work with a company that offers discounted hotel stays. This can be a great way to save money and see a new place at the same time! If you’re looking to eat healthier, try out some new recipes online and find out what ingredients you can buy that are cheap but still healthy.
Finally, remember that life is all about balance. Sometimes it’s okay to splurge on that deep-fried, creamy dish; other times, it’s great to try a new and healthy recipe. The most important thing is to keep enjoying life. And remember, when you’re eating healthy foods, don’t forget to chew!