Taking a vacation home comes with a price tag that has nothing to do with airline fees.
3 continents. 2 kids. Don´t make me count the hours on planes. Just four days ago, I crossed the finish line in South Africa after a marathon of flights.
If you are anything like me, you land feeling dehydrated, jet lagged and under pressure to get back to your normal routine. You may even be feeling a little blue after such a great visit home or time away from the hustle and bustle of your regular life.
Here´s a taste of what you´ll discover in part three:
- The most important thing you can do in your first 36 hours back
- What to do if you’re feeling guilty about how little you exercised or how much you indulged while on vacation
- A word of warning from a nutritionist on using food to get out of a slump
- How working with your “monkey mind” can get you back to your regular life smoothly
Don´t miss this expert advice on how to beat the “re-entry blues” and get back on track after a big vacation abroad, it´s all right here:
Here is to re-entry without the blues.
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