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Intro to Travel 'n' Wellness

Hello SETT Community Members, and all other visitors, and welcome to my Travel ‘n’ Wellness blog. The following is an introduction to what I plan on writing about in the future:

In my eyes there are four types of travelers: business travelers, traveling nomads, outdoor enthusiasts and expats living abroad – come along as I provide a little insight into each experience and how it relates to personal wellness.

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Business travel can be extremely difficult on one’s health. It’s commonplace for a business man or woman to be raving hungry, desperately searching for food. What’s usually the first option? Fast food! Remember that feeling after indulging? It’s the feeling of incomplete satiety with a nice side dish of bloating, heartburn, or any other number of symptoms that come from eating a fast-food meal.

Fitness Goals I Will Reach By Next Summer, Starting Long Ago

On Runner's Ravings

I’ve been at the University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou) for a week and a half, and I’m already more involved in the school’s culture and institutions than I ever was in my high school.

As I find myself getting involved with The Maneater, my residence hall, and the Missouri Students Association (MSA), I recognize that I need to take a moment and outline my goals. It’s easy to submit numerous applications and plunge into every opportunity, and I’ve had a blast doing it, but it undoubtedly necessary to stop and consider what I’m doing, where I’m headed, and where I want to be.

Here are some goals I’ve set for myself. For now, I'm going to focus only on my fitness goals. This is because I believe this to be the area of my life most swinging in the balance right now. I’m going to outline them as tediously as possible. Broad goals, I’ve found, are not very effective.

Run a marathon by April 1, 2014

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