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25 Vacation-Friendly Snack Ideas

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25 Vacation-Friendly Snack Ideas

When it comes to vacations, it doesn't matter if you go somewhere tropical or high up in the mountains- you still gotta eat! And if you're like me, you rely on snacks to keep you energized until your next meal. Today I'm sharing with you some of my favorite vacation-friendly snacks to pack along for all the fun adventures! Bon voyage!

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6 Simple Ways to Feel Healthier While on Vacation

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6 Simple Ways to Feel Healthier While on Vacation

What’s the point of taking a vacation if you feel physically miserable the whole time? Have issues like fatigue, stress, nausea, or digestive issues ever spoiled what could have been an otherwise amazing trip for you? I’ve totally been there, done that, and I can confidently say it’s #theworst.

That’s why today I'm sharing 6 simple ways to help you feel your healthiest, best self while on vacation. Shades? Check. Sunscreen? Check. Let’s begin!

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My 3 Favorite Coffee Drinks to Order at Starbucks

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My 3 Favorite Coffee Drinks to Order at Starbucks

Alright guys, here's the deal. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and worked as a barista for 3 years. Because of this, I've had some pretty amazing coffee in my life, and I think I have a fairly good understanding of what makes coffee "good." Some may say this makes me a "coffee snob," which I'm OK with...as long as people don't jump to the assumption that I'm "too good" for Starbucks. 'Cause I'm not. Today I'm sharing my 3 favorite drinks to order from them.

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How I Maintained a Healthy Lifestyle Abroad

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How I Maintained a Healthy Lifestyle Abroad

I’ve never been a huge fan of Chef Boyardee, but on my first trip abroad I thought I was brilliant for stuffing my duffle bag with canned ravioli. Terrified of throwing away my money at expensive Swiss restaurants, I lugged those cold, mushy (and heavy) squares all over Lucerne in hopes that they would sustain me. Thankfully, during my four months studying abroad in Geneva, Switzerland, I quickly learned that I didn’t have to eat like a preschooler. It took a bit of trial and error, but it wasn’t long until I became pretty good at both purchasing and preparing...

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