Fine Tuning the Body (and mind) for Travel

by Beth Whitman (August 4th, 2014)

Since starting my training last year for the Snowman Trek, I’ve become hyper aware of how exercise, nutrition and diet affect my body and mind. Most importantly, I’ve come to realize how much control I have over my energy levels, happiness and strength. And I don’t just mean I’ve noticed that eating a veggie burger […]

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Snow Peak Gear for Camping ~ WanderGear Wednesday

by Beth Whitman (July 16th, 2014)

Snow Peak isn’t your usual camping gear company. Au contraire. They are quite unusual. Though their products are items you definitely need for a camping adventure, their gear is one, OK maybe five, notches above most manufacturers of similar products. Why? Well, for one, the company was started in the 50s by Yukio Yamai from Japan. […]

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Changes to TSA Security Rules Overseas – Power Up!

by Beth Whitman (July 14th, 2014)

I’ve written quite a bit about TSA rules, the use of body scanners and the rights of airline passengers. It’s difficult enough to keep up with all the changes implemented by governmental agencies and airlines. But it’s no wonder this one slipped by me (and most of the media, apparently) because it was quietly announced […]

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