Ugh what I would do to live in Italy. Although I’ve only visited twice, I’ve spent a good chunk of time there both times I’ve visited. As you can imagine, my favorite part of Italy is obviously the food. Don’t get me wrong, the sites are beautiful and the air is fresh AF, but the food is pure gold. I had ZERO stomach or skin issues when I was just there. None. I ate whatever I wanted, where I wanted, no limits on quantity either. And even though we walked around a ton everyday, I LOST weight. Yes, lost. Why? Again, the food is pure.
In addition to my after-hours foodie life, my 8-4 job requires me to travel about two weeks out of each month. Although I knew what I got myself into when first accepting the position, it’s definitely harder and more annoying than I have thought. Not only are there more FOMO temptations on the road, but it’s also harder to workout. Even though I’ve gotten my eating while at home down to a tee, it’s not easy to eat or “feel clean” when you rely on restaurants for food. Here are some travel tips I’ve adapted during my travels: