1 in 3 adults fails to get sufficient sleep for optimal health. Either we lie awake at night sleepless, or awaken throughout the sleep cycle, never falling into the deep restorative state we need for optimal health.
Sleeplessness is part of a cycle with no beginning. Thus, we could insert a solution at any point along this continuum. What we do during the day, or even when we first wake up is just as likely to impact our sleep as what we do in the hour before bedtime.
We take a look at a practical, 5-step morning routine for more restful nights.… Read More A Brief Morning Practice for More Restful Nights
Those familiar with Southern Baja will know the mission town of San Javier is small. Very small. Most visitors spend one hour here. Enough time for a selfie in from of the mission, a cold jicama juice from across the street, and a short walk along the cobblestoned Main Street. We spent three days and would have gladly stayed longer. There’s plenty to do in San Javier. … Read More Trippin’ from Scorpion Bay: Three Nights in San Javier
When there’s no surf in San Juanico there’s still plenty of fun to be had nearby. In the second of our ‘Day Trippin’ posts, we take a little tour to camp in Bahia Concepcion. If you have 4-wheel drive, high clearance and a taste for adventure, this beautiful destination is approximately 4 hours from San Juanico.… Read More Trippin’ from Scorpion Bay: Camping in Bahia Concepcion
A personal, at-home yoga and/or meditation retreat is easy, affordable, and benefits both mind and body. All you need is 24-hours or more to yourself, and a home retreat plan. Learn more about the benefits of a home retreat and why you should schedule one ASAP.… Read More 4 Reasons to Schedule a Home Retreat
We recently moved to Mexico with two loaded cars and two dogs in the midst of a global pandemic. As conscious (and fearful) travelers, we opted to tent camp along the route from Fort Worth, TX to San Juanico, BCS to avoid hotels and the risk of infecting ourselves or others. I’m not sure we’ll ever do it differently.… Read More Road Trip Log: Tent Camping from Texas to Baja Sur
Death is certain, and I’m not sure what else is. We can make the best of plans, but we cannot guarantee they’ll come to fruition. I’m doing my best to practice patience and present moment awareness in what’s increasingly apparent as a bardo, or in-between state.… Read More Grasping in a Time of Covid – The Yogic Kleshas and How They End
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, reports of Vitamin D boosting your immunity have made it a sought after supplement. As someone who spends a crazy amount of time outdoors, I hadn’t given Vitamin D much thought. Well, I recently had an awakening, and the truth about vitamin D surprised me.… Read More The Surprising Truth About Vitamin D
We’re back from our maiden voyage, and after 5,000 miles we discovered RV life was both harder and far more wonderful than we imagined it would be. Isn’t that how most things go? Here’s what we learned and what we loved.… Read More RV Life: The Maiden Voyage
There’s been an RV boom in the United States as travelers seek ways to maintain social distance while still enjoying life on the road. Here’s a little story about our journey and why we may have jumped the gun on #vanlife.… Read More There’s an RV Boom. We Bought In. Was it Worth It?
We’re all looking at our passports these days with longing. Those of us in the United States are in one of the world’s hottest COVID-19 hotspots. The decision on whether or not to resume travel is rife with ethical implications. So should you stay, or should you go?… Read More Pandemic Travel Tips for the Ethical Adventurer