In previous years, I celebrated my birthday with boozy celebrations and ignored my health. Whether sailing through Croatia, partying in Mallorca, or a girl’s weekend partying it up in Montreal alcohol was involved. This will be different celebrating at the gym, getting lunch with a friend, and working on plans for my future. Also I will travel again this weekend to New England to see family, friends, and a bit of exploring the outdoors!
The past few months have been an interesting journey for my health amongst other things. Over the last 8 months I have also done a lot of traveling sober. I learned to be grateful for everything I have.
It is my birthday, so I did some reflecting on my health and happiness. I figured I’d assemble a little list of some of the most important things I’ve learned this year:
Every year tourists are drawn to
the Caribbean’s paradise of turquoise waters, snow white sand, and palm trees.
However, there is really no need to splurge on overpriced plane tickets to find
your slice of heaven on the beach. I have grown up in Florida and rounded up some
of my favorite beaches that will transport you to paradise and have you leave
with a kick ass tan. From the Pan Handle, to the Florida Keys there is enough
beach for us all to experience waves of azure, and lay out in ivory colored
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