Managing our Mind....
Week three and still going strong. Of course, I’ve had my moments, but I noticed that as long as I get outside and walk for 45min-1hr, I can maintain my sanity. What are you doing to maintain your mental and physical health during this time? Please reply to this email me and let me know; I’m looking for new ideas :).
I’m continuing to build out The Abundant Traveler’s Amazon Shop, and this week I added some new books to inspire your travels, and I’ve added a few new supplements that keep me healthy while traveling (I am not a doctor or in health care, but these products help me.) I’d be so grateful if you would shop on amazon through my Amazon shop as it helps keep the brand thriving during these uncertain times.
Best things to do in San Miguel de Allende
One of my favorite towns in the world is San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. I love the food, the vibe, the shopping and the nightlife! I’ve been to San Miguel multiple times, and each time I go, I discover a new restaurant or new adventure. This week, I released my list of the top 25 things to do when you visit San Miguel, and it includes some of my favorite restaurants and rooftop bars. Have you been to San Miguel; hat are some of your favorite spots?
Luxury Hotel Room at Home
While quarantining, I’m thinking of ways that I can recreate the travel experience in my 940sqft condo. This week, I came across an article sharing ways to make your bedroom into a luxury hotel room, yummy! I thought it would be a really fun thing to do, relatively quick and potentially inexpensive. One of my favorite online linen websites is The Company Store; they have linens, pillows, comforters and jammies. Many of us are living in our pj’s, working from our bedrooms, so why not spruce everything up so you can feel like you’re in a luxury hotel. (Room service not included. LOL)
This week’s video is a bit different as I’m sharing some thoughts about the future of travel and what I’m doing to manage my mind and body during quarantine. Hope you enjoy!
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