March 2019 – Fitness Life Style

Month: March 2019

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Rough it in Style with a Glamping Sleeping Bag

Camping is a classic family trip and treasured past-time among friends to get away from it all. That first time you tried to rough it went horribly, but you reasoned that it’s a learning experience. Survival skills are vital, especially in the case of a zombie apocalypse or alien invasion — it could totally happen. […]

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How to Create an Achievable Bucket List

Everyone talks about accomplishing tasks on their bucket lists before they kick the bucket. In reality, that list is half-formed and filled with items that may be cookie-cutter versions of what’s expected to be on a bucket list — like climbing Mt. Everest or walking the entire Appalachian Trail. Dare to dream big but challenge […]

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17 photos of what it’s really like on a Kenya safari

A Kenya safari was one of those things that had been on my bucket list forever, but I wasn’t sure when I’d get around to it. When I thought “African safari”, I pictured fancy lodges with elegant beds draped in mosquito netting that I might be able to afford one day.   Turns out, there’s […]

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My Updated High Vibe Travel Items

Traveling is such a passion of mine, so I like to really invest myself into every aspect of it. The planning I do before each trip is a big part of what makes each vacation so successful, but that’s not the only thing you should invest yourself in. I’ve written about the high vibe items I […]

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Beat the crowds: 5 reasons why the Solomon Islands should be your next beach getaway

The Munda Airport is the cutest little timber shack I’ve ever seen. A small crowd hovers in the shade, waiting for us to disembark so they can catch our plane back to Honiara, from whence we came. Expecting a slightly more sophisticated system, we step up into the foyer to collect our bags but are […]

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I thought I hated cruises; then I tried Adventure Cruising

This article first appeared on the Peregrine Wanderer and has been republished with permission. I have never been a cruiser. Despite my love for the water, the thought of packing into what is essentially a giant floating hotel always made me queasy. Not to mention, I am also quite prone to seasickness. But when my […]

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Where to go for the best cherry blossom viewing in Tokyo

Cherry blossom season is undoubtedly one of the best times to visit Tokyo. The city is filled with an unspoken air of excitement; locals start shedding their winter layers for the joy of sunshine and picnics. If you’ve never been to Japan during cherry blossom season, there are two words you absolutely must know. The […]

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Miyajima Island: A picture-perfect day trip in Japan

Pity the man who missed out on Miyajima while they were in Japan. It’s not a saying, but it should be. No visit to the country can really be complete without witnessing the peaceful beauty that is Miyajima Island. Though it’s risen in popularity recently, it remains a gem that can’t be compared with any other […]

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Why Osaka is the best city in Japan for foodies

Osaka was my first stop in Japan, and it quickly became clear what this place is famous for. Food. And my, was it glorious. I was constantly stimulated by the sights and smells of unrecognizable treats, my eyes and nose darting in different directions, not only in restaurants and supermarkets but also on the streets. […]

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Japan in one week: The ultimate guide

NOTE: This article was inspired by our 7-day Japan Highlights trip.  From sacred traditions to futuristic technologies, present-day Japan is unique in its ability to combine old and new. Where else can you find ninth-century temples and robot restaurants in the same neighborhood?  Often portrayed as the ultimate symbol of the Far East, the island nation […]

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