We both feel a little off as a result of the summer in the RV and not focusing as much on our health. Sometimes, its out of your control and this was one of those times. So we’re going to do better and start with a 10 day shred.
We we’re recently at a dinner party and received two comments about how much better we look. So we’re not doing bad but we know we can do better.
We keep it pretty simple and concentrate on:
- being Hydrated by drinking 2 liters of water daily.
- Moving our bodies (30 minutes daily)
- eat real food. We substitute Complete shakes for 2 meals a day. We make sure our plates contain lots of orange and green. We snack on vegetables.
- getting at least 7, preferable 8 hours of sleep every night.
Pretty simple right. Anyone can do this for 10 days. Care to join us? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
It was wonderful. We spent the majority of the summer in the RV. We hit Drumheller, Rimbey and Redwater in Alberta; Williams Lake, Sicamous, Penticton and Quesnel in BC. Being in the RV allows us to visit friends and family. Its wonderful to renew old friendships and make some new ones. It’s very special to be able to run a business anywhere and impact so many peoples health and livelihood.
If there is a downside, most campgrounds have poor internet connections. If we didn’t have a online business I would care less. I don’t understand campgrounds that have poor Internet. Most people I know like to stay in touch by email at the very least. I know we’re a little different in wanting a constant, reliable, fairly quick Internet to conduct business. But still, come on campground owners. We always comment on locations that dont allow us to check our email at the very least.
Here’s a video with a brief description and lots of photos of our summer.
Summer 2016 on Youtube