You are what you eat (especially when traveling) so plan ahead to stay fabulous

Travel WomanBeing a nomadic entrepreneur who spends a lot of time going to and from an airport, waiting in airports, sitting in planes, and scheduling trips, one of my major concerns is always around what am I going to eat and snack on.

I envision a world one day where Trader Joes, Whole Foods, Nature Emporiums, Mrs. Greens, and any other health food store sets up shop next to the duty-free section of the airport where you can get gluten-free, no sugar, no preservatives, whole foods as easily as you can get a magazine and M&Ms.

Sigh, but for now, I will have to do with being extremely thankful that security lets you bring food past the scanners and right onto the plane. Yay!

It’s dangerous for me when I do not bring food.

The inner child in me decides to take control and, without even realizing it, I am in line ordering a greasy cheese melt, salty chips, an ice cream shake, and fries (don’t judge).

There is something about going on a trip that my internal self screams joyously, “Road Trip!” and decided to eat like Cookie Monster.

It’s not a pretty scene and the immediate yummy gratification creates havoc on (and in) my body. I typically get really bloated and uncomfortable, break out, feel a bit under the weather, and get extremely tired and cloudy.

I don’t recommend trying to write a blog post or launching a program while this is occurring.

Sister, I don’t want this to happen to you. I desire for you to feel energized, focused, clear, comfortable and radiant while you are traveling, playing, and working.

Here are my favorite snacks to bring on your next travel adventure:

Mary’s Crackers

Personal size hummus or homemade hummus

Babaganush

Hard-boiled egg

Freeze-dried fruit

Dark chocolate

Cheese

Kale Chips

Chia pudding

Rice & Seaweed

Quinoa Fried Rice (think fried rice with an egg and veggies but replacing rice with quinoa)

Blueberries

Banana

Salad with nuts, seeds, dried cranberries

Lemon (for your water)

An empty water bottle (to avoid having to buy $5 bottles of water)

What are you must-have foods when you travel? Post your grocery list in the comments below. Who knows, I may just have to add to my favorites list!

Sora No

Sora Surya No is a transformative business coach, intuitive mentor, international retreat leader, inspirational speaker, fire igniter, heart whisperer, nomadic entrepreneur, and world traveler.

 

As the creator of the Intuitive Soul and Business Mapping™ and holder of worldwide Radiant Women's Circle Intensives, Sora blends formal education and real world experience with mystical transformation, ritualistic practices, inner reflection, and deepening community to help passionate entrepreneurs integrate feminine energy into their business so they can lead a life that is wild, free, and calm.


Sora’s unique approach brings her clients a resounding level of clarity around how they are being called upon to serve in the world, who their ideal customers are and how to reach them, ways to build a worldwide community that they can leverage for support and partnership, uncovering the fears stalling success and developing rituals for how to work through those blocks, practices for healing the whole self and not just their business, learning how they can use magic everyday for what they would like to create for themselves, how to ask and receive exactly what the Heart desires, and how to run a successful business from anywhere in the world.