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Traveling and not sure what to do? Here’s how I stay on track at hotels + what I take on 12 hour plane rides.

Being away from home is where most people usually go off course. High-fives! Good job for being proactive and researching how you can stay on track. I spend 40% of the year traveling or in hotels for work and play… here are my 10 pro tips! #1 Have a good breakfast A good start to the day sets you up for success. Pack an oatmeal cup and a spoon. Hot water is available at any coffee shop, gas station, flight attendant, or via a coffee maker in your hotel room.
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