We were invited by Attune Foods to write about our #FitClean role models. We decided to take them up on it and share who inspired us to live active lives. Both of us stuck close to home for our inspiration choices, while talking about how we then traveled the world with fitness!
Many people ask us, “I am not ready to join a gym, yet I know I need to exercise. What can I do?” While there are many answers, one that’s really fun is to take a walking tour. You stop so often, and are focused on the history and design of the local sights, so it’s easy to get in a nice long walk without even realizing it…or sweating!
Alexandra was invited to Seattle to test out her baking & cooking skills in Miele’s new Combi-Steam Oven. Galettes were involved. So was coffee macchiato. And a trip to Pike Place!!! And do you wonder what’s hiding behind the Combi-Oven control panels?
Have you ever gone back to visit a place where you used to live? I’ve done that three times this year, including the FitSocial conference in Boulder this past weekend. For me, these are emotional returns. What about you?
We are leaving this week to attend FitSocial 2013, the blogging and social media conference for the fitness and health industries. It’s being held in Boulder and Denver, Colorado just a few weeks after the devastating floods that destroyed homes, roads, businesses, and lives. We plan to raise money for Boulder Flood Relief. Please read and join with us.
After speaking at and attending hundreds of events, Alexandra and I have 8 healthy tips for eating out when at conventions. We hope our tips and experience help you reach your road food goals in a satisfying, healthy, easy way. Can you guess even 3 of the suggestions?
How far from home do you have to travel be changed or transformed to a somewhat (or possibly completely) different person? And can travel really change how you think, observe and respond to the world? I say it can and does. In 1973, my mom took 4 of her 5 kids (all teens) backpacking through Europe. Before we left California, she explained that we were ambassadors from our culture/ country, and shared 11 tips that would affect how we view the world.