Tag Archive: Travel

Feb 14

On the Go? Constantly Traveling? #Health #NoExcuses

Along with yesterday’s blog post, “Client FAQ: When Traveling What Can I Prep/Eat?” I thought I would elaborate even more. Too often I hear of reasons people cannot focus on their health due to workload, work travel and just always being on the run. Guess what? This doesn’t give you a hall-pass to eat at …

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Feb 12

Client FAQ: When Traveling What Can I Prep/Eat?

I easily answer this question once a week. Regardless if I have a client traveling for the week for work, on the road daily for sales meetings, or just plain busy, people always want to know what to pack/snack and eat for their meals. Client Question: Kelly, I’m on the road this week, what would …

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Dec 05

My South Africa Travels: Part 1

I have the fortunate opportunity to travel to South Africa closing out 2012 and am truly amazed by the beauty of this country and the pureness of the food.  Thus far, I have tried a variety of new things including capaccio springbok, which is basically raw, thinly sliced game meat and while on our safari tour in Kruger National Park, we snacked on some droewors …

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May 28

Tying in Health When Traveling

This month was uber fun, yet, I have sat on an airplane more than I have laid in my own bed. With late dinners and early mornings I bank on my diet to pull me through these busy events. I take my hat off to anyone who is a consultant and is always on the …

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May 06

Time For An Update

Life’s been a whirlwind. Starting in March we went on a 3 week holiday visiting about everyone we knew in the US. Nothing short of spending time in Vegas, Missouri (sister and new baby), Indiana, Cincinnati, Columbus and Chicago. Exaggeration nil, I think we met up with over a 150 people – it was awesome …

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Feb 04

Silly American: #5

With some help from my husband, we have come up with the below. This information is helpful all and anyone traveling to Australia, particularly from the USA. Note-to-self, opt for cider, you will have a much larger variety of gluten free options. Cheers to you and good health! The O’Schmidt’s Pot 285 ml (10 fl …

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Dec 11

My 2009

I can easily say this past year has been the most growing year for me and the best classroom is one that involves traveling. I feel like I’ve come a long way in 26 years at this point in time and it’s been an adventerous road. From a career change, to my highest volume in traveling …

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