Need Your Input for Healthy Travel Guides

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I’m excited to create HEALTHY TRAVEL GUIDES for areas I’m visiting!

Let’s see how we can be truly healthy in…

  • New York
  • Chicago
  • Seattle
  • Portland
  • Los Angeles

…and beyond! Of course there’s no limit to where I could take this – wherever I am, whether it’s South America, Nebraska, or Thailand, I can investigate what healthy living looks like in these parts of the world.

 

So here’s what I need from YOU:

What do you want to see included in these guides?

 

Possible ideas:

  • Healthy restaurants (and different cuisines)
  • Juice/smoothie bars
  • Local food options
  • Farmers’ Markets
  • Farms & their partnerships with stores/restaurants
  • Where and how to exercise
  • Places to practice mindfulness (meditation)
  • Videos and interviews with the people behind healthy organizations/businesses
  • What else?

 

Leave a comment below with your ideas, whether it’s to confirm what I mentioned above, or something completely new (feel free to dream BIG)! :-)

Thanks so much for your help – I have a feeling this is going to be awesome.

Until next time,
Nathan

 

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Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad – looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.

6 comments on “Need Your Input for Healthy Travel Guides
  1. You gotta plan a trip down in my neck of the woods in the southeast US, home of fried foods and artery clogging breakfasts!

  2. Anna says:

    Free yoga/t’ai chi/dance classes!
    i.e. Tower Grove Park has a free yoga class on Saturday mornings at 9am

  3. Tabitha says:

    Yeah, ditto what Anna said as well as hot springs, swimming pools and spas!
    Also, there are different definitions of ‘healthy’ especially regarding diet. One traveller’s ‘healthy’ meal is another traveller’s poison! I’m interested to see how you might address this….though it could get a tad complicated, I’ll admit!

    • Nathan says:

      thanks for the ideas tabitha! and great point about healthy. for me, i think it’s all about giving people choices – not so much “eat this, do that”; rather, here are a bunch of ways you can make responsible choices, and then choosing what works for you. i’d like to focus on things that are irrefutably healthy – how leafy greens and walking both fall into that category – obviously you can drill down even further.

      i’ll guess i’ll see how specific i want to get as i go! thanks again!

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