What I eat on the go

Lately, I have been traveling for work and although it’s fun to go to new places I don’t always know where I will be able to get good food options.

So, I have a mini survival snack kit that I pack with me when I’m on the road.

Note: this kit won’t work if you are flying.

I usually grab kombucha to have with me throughout the trip. I like having one in the morning or afternoon. Kombucha is a great coffee or soda replacement for me. I can put the bottles in the fridge at my hotel and have them as I need it.

I will also grab apples for as many days as I need breakfast. I don’t always have time to run and get a breakfast somewhere. Not to mention the time to find a place that carries vegan friendly options. So, apples are my go to in the a.m.

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Finally, I keep Hippeas in my backpack. This requires some self control because I seriously could eat a whole bag at any given moment. I dig the sriracha flavor, but there is also vegan cheddar.

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I’m someone that needs to eat on a schedule. Once I start getting hungry I get cranky and unproductive. Having something available when I am hungry is a BIG releif!

Plus you can get apples, Hippeas, and kombucha at just about any grocery store. Way better than living off drive through fries ;)!

 

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Start a winter tradition that gets you outside

Living in a super cold and snowy place can give you some serious cabin fever during the winter months. Making an effort to get outside can be challenging, but there is plenty you can do to break that ‘fever.’

Of course many people ski or snowboard, which is a great way to get outside, but for those that don’t do either I have another option.

My boyfriend and his friends started a curling tournament last winter that has grown into an annual tradition. We’re outside for hours taking in the cold while still getting to socialize. The curling tournament has turned into about a 20 person event and as long as you have a patch of ice you really can set up anywhere.

We do our tournament at Holter Lake. The boys clear off a patch of ice and spray paint the target or ‘house.’ For the ‘stones’ they freeze colored water in milk jugs. The brooms we use are just from Home Depot. 🙂

The tournament is not difficult to set up and the rules of curling are pretty easy to understand. So, there you go any easy way to get all your friends together and get outside this winter.

In addition to the curling we have a fire going to keep those not playing warm. We are always prepared with plenty of beverages to also keep us warm. That part is of course optional! 😉

In addition to getting outside it’s a great way to always have a weekend with friends, especially ones that don’t live by you. That’s exactly what we use this weekend for and it works great.

Starting a tradition means that everyone knows your event will happen every year and they can plan for it. We all have crazy schedules and it can be hard to connect with people. Especially when it is freezing otuside and roads are bad.

We all love a good tradition (FACT!) and that’s why the annual Holter Lake Curling Tournament has turned into a success! So, what are you waiting for ?! Start planning your winter tradition today!

xx

Keep wandering,

Morgan