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Saturday, August 15, 2015

[AlternativeAnswers] Travel Tips for Any Journey


Good Morning!

Travel Tips for Any Journey

1. Balance is the cornerstone of any journey. Find things you enjoy doing. Do a variety of things, but in moderation.

2. Allow things in your life, which make your heart sing, feed your soul or nourish you on a daily basis.

3. Get organized. Plan ahead and make provisions for your trip. Keep your travel plans, including accommodation details, to yourself.

4. Allow yourself to work with the "flow of nature" and change as your situation changes.

5. Be flexible as the old willow survives in a hurricane, where the brittle, stubborn oak does not.

6. The number one rule is don't drink the water, and that includes ice. Only use water from containers with a serrated seal - not tops or corks. The simplest way of purifying water is to boil it thoroughly.

7. Thoughts on food. If you can cook it, boil it or peel it you can eat it...otherwise forget it. Make sure you have a well-balanced diet.

8. Keep your hands clean. Washing your hands after being outside, after shaking hands, after every trip to the restroom and before eating. It is the number one way to avoid germs, bacteria and the common cold.

9. Keep safe. Be aware of your surroundings. Don't take risks or venture into areas you are not familiar with. Travel with someone or be around others.

10. First aid checklist includes: thermometer bandages, gauze, cotton, adhesive tape, Ace bandage, tweezers and needle (for splinters). Insect repellent such as meat tenderizer (mix with water to make a paste for bug bites), Aloe vera gel (for sunburns and skin irritations) Hydrogen peroxide, and 70% rubbing alcohol Bring eye drops, lip balm, remedy for upset stomachs, diarrhea, Dramamine, children and adult's decongestant and antihistamine, Acetaminophen (children's and adult's pain reliever), Calamine lotion (to soothe sunburns, bug bites, poison ivy). Take along a triple antibiotic cream, sun block, syrup of Ipecac (to induce vomiting in case of poisoning). Also include any prescription medications, prescriptions and telephone numbers for your doctors. 

"The mind can experience more distance than the body could ever journey." 

Andrew Pacholyk MS L.Ac
Therapies for healing
mind, body, spirit 


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