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New Year's Resolutions for Travellers Part 1: Taking care of yourself and the planet

New Year's Resolutions for Travellers Part 1: Taking care of yourself and the planet January 5, 2020Leave a comment

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Happy New Year!

Do you have any resolutions for the upcoming year? Are they travel-related or on the flip side, does travelling make it harder for you to keep up your new healthy habits?

My new year’s resolutions are to travel less and enjoy more routine. I also have goals of shopping less and buying more second hand. As usual, I would love to feel healthier and have more energy so being more consistent and disciplined with my health goals is on my list once again.

In my case, travel definitely gets in the way of healthy routines but stretch me in other ways. That’s why so much of my content includes tips on maintaining healthy habits no matter where you are. Read on for some resolution-specific tips new and old.

New year’s resolution: Reduce travel carbon footprint

In 2020, I plan on travelling way less than in 2019. I still have some long-haul travel plans in the next 12 months but nowhere near the number of small intercontinental ones. I’ll be combining my trips so I reduce the number of flights, taking the train more, and just staying put if the trip isn’t necessary.

New year’s resolution: Take care of myself while travelling

Travel wreaks havoc on healthy routines, such as drinking enough water, eating nutritious food, and sleeping well. It takes extra effort to keep those habits up when jumping from city to city.

Stay tuned for part 2 on picking up a new hobby and saving money!

Happy Travels xox

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Copywriter, communicator, and unrelenting nomophobe. I'm obsessed with French expressions, English puns, and packing the perfect carry-on.

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