European walking tour company The Blue Walk, and owners Suzy Schutz and Jeannette Candau, are featured in Curve Magazine.
Minimalist travel isn’t for everyone but if you are going to be moving around a lot, going from one location to another, you may find it to be a life saver.
They may seem silly to people from other countries, but you don’t want to make a bad impression do you? 😉
Slow down, the pace of life is slower in Italy, pack your patience along with your luggage. Go with the flow. These are great tips!
You’ll want to be sure you are wearing comfortable clothing for your flight. Something you can move in. Make sure you have a bottle of water with you because you will probably get thirsty with all this moving around and it never hurts to have some baby wipes in the event that you get a little sweaty and want to clean up after your workout.
Here are some of the benefits to meditating while you travel, though there are many more benefits as you will find.
Whether you’ve signed up for a 5k or you’re planning a walking tour in Greece, Italy or France there are some precautions you can take to help keep your stamina up, avoid sore feet, injuries and blisters and really enjoy your walk.
There is something about a last minute trip that appeals to me. A trip on a whim, when all the pieces suddenly and amazingly fall into place. This is what my England Artwork trip with The Blue Walk and Jane LaFazio was like a the beginning of August 2016.
Mindful walking will help to bring your mind into the present moment (and country) with the rest of your body.
Going to Greece was at the top of my bucket list for decades. When I read the description of this tour by The Blue Walk- it checked off all of my interests!
Earlier this week the Italian government unveiled a plan to drastically reduce the number of visitors to the beautiful and mountainous area of Cinque Terre.
Jane has been a full-time artist since 1998 and truly believes she is living the life she was meant to live.