Flying the Healthy Skies

Credit: Matt & Nayoung

Jenn and I love to come up with new ways to stay healthy while on the road. It’s never fun to feel crummy when traveling, so use these tips from See Jane Fly to feel refreshed. I especially love this customized hydration tip, which tosses the eight glasses rule to the rubbish bin!

Three Secrets for a Healthy, Happy Flight

Kick your “8 cups a day” rule to the curb: You wouldn’t take a one-size-fits-all approach to finding the perfect pair of skinny jeans, so why be so general when it comes to your hydration?

Instead of sticking to the age-old “8 cups a day for everyone” rule, aim to drink half of your body weight in ounces of clean water daily. This customized approach to hydration ensures that you always get the right amount of water for your body, so you’re never left feeling parched. After all, staying hydrated when you’re on the road increases your energy, decreases stubborn tummy bloating, gives your skin a glow and even brightens up tired eyes… all of which will come in handy for that 8 a.m. meeting.

Two more secrets.

—Erin



Comments

  1. says

    It is so hard to stay committed to your workout routine when traveling. I find that if I prepare correctly and make sure to bring the right tools (like an elastic band) it takes away all of my excuses. Things I remember on the road are: drink lots of water, move as much as I can, and exercise when I’m low on energy.

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