Summer is when most people take time to travel. Living a Medical Medium® lifestyle does not make it easy to pick up and take off to a destination at a moments notice. In an effort to make travel a bit easier, I have created my top tips for travel.
Following these tips, and preparing ahead of time, removes the stress and allows you to kick back and enjoy!
Let’s break it down by category.
When choosing a vacation rental, there are many things to consider. The below tips are what I recommend in order to get the most out of your stay and remove the stress of potential toxic pitfalls.
- Before booking, call the vacation rental and ask if they spray their yard or inside the rental. Also ask about air fresheners, and if they do use them, ask that they be removed in advance of your arrival.
- Find out if the vacation rental is on municipal or well water. Typically, well water has little to no chlorine. Whereas, municipal water is heavily flouridated and chlorinated. The answer to this question will determine whether or not I need to bring my Go Berkey water filter. If the water is chlorinated and fluoridated, I also bring my Berkey shower filter.
Car travel can be a lot of fun and you can be more spontaneous, when you are sufficiently prepared. Below are specific tips for car travel that have helped me immensely.
- Always pack your own towels and linens. I prefer Turkish towels as they are thin and don’t take up as much suitcase space, and they dry quickly.
- Carry all of your supplements with you.
- Bring all of your own food (including salt and oil if you choose to use those).
- Don’t forget your juicer and blender.
- Often overlooked, remember to bring your own cutting board and knives (other’s cutting boards can never really be cleaned properly, so it’s best to bring your own).
- One non-toxic all purpose pot in which to cook.
- If you have an InstantPot, bring it, while a little cumbersome, this can be extremely helpful for multifunctional purposes.
- Souper cubes are excellent for freezing items in exact portions, and super easy to use. Once frozen, you can pop out the portioned out food and store in a ziploc bag for travel in a cooler.
- The best cooler I have found is the Yeti. With a variety of size and price options, this cooler will keep things frozen for hours without melting.
- If you have to make a pit stop for water, the best options are Fiji bottled water which is available most places. Additionally, Mountain Valley Spring water (bottled in glass) is fantastic, yet harder to find.
Air travel is certainly not what it used to be, but here are a few tips and tricks for making the most out it while remaining Medical Medium® compliant.
- Apply for TSA pre-check to avoid long lines and having to remove shoes.
- If you are traveling internationally, apply for a GOES (Global Online Enrollment System) card.
- You can carry food with you through security, so bring your own food. I have been traveling for years, and we always have at least one carry on loaded with everyone’s food. Keep the food separate – in it’s own suitcase or cardboard box.
- Ask that your food not be put through the x-ray machine. You may have to agree to a drug test of your food, but that is ok to do. It will not contaminate your food. Be prepared and arrive early to give yourself extra time for this.
- Take only the supplements you will need for the flight in your carry-on. The rest should go in your checked luggage so they are exposed to less radiation.
- Liquids in your carry-on must be 3oz or less. However, you can pack as many liquids in your checked luggage as you like.
- Wear gloves and a mask when going into public toilets.
- Navigating the airport toilets is unpleasant at best! I recommend using the female urinals to avoid any contact with the toilet seat.
- Have plenty of alcohol disinfectant on hand for cleaning up after the toilet use. While alcohol is harsh, at this time it is necessary. There are no completely non-toxic and completely effective cleaners.
- Be prepared for any air travel with anti-radiation support for airplanes and airports. Check out my blogs about radiation exposure: The Dangers Of Radiation Exposure and Healing Radiation Exposure
- Carry organite pyramids with you on your person and in your luggage. Find links to amazing organite pyramids in my blog above.
Planning a hotel stay can be incredibly relaxing because, for the most part, you have somebody else doing all the work. Here are tips I use to make the most out of anytime I have to stay in a hotel.
- If you are sensitive to fragrances, I suggest you outright avoid any hotel stay.
- When staying in a hotel, be sure to get the Coyuchi travel set. You need to figure out how to work it, but it is a great option to bring your own sheet set as this one folds easily for travel.
- Air quality in your room is important, I like to pack a personal IQ Air filter.
- Be prepared to wear a mask in the common areas.
- Bring your own toiletries as the ones provided by hotels are filled with toxins.
- Ask for a fridge in the room or a room with a kitchenette so you can store perishable food items and prep any food you may need.
- Call ahead and ask if the hotel room service will be able to make celery juice for you in the morning.
- If the hotel is unable to provide celery juice, try to find a hotel with a juice bar nearby (preferably in walking distance).
- Finally, if the other two options are unsuccessful, you may choose to bring your own juicer.
- Pack the Ninja Travel Blender to make your HMDS (Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie).
- When ordering food at the hotel, be sure to ask what kind of oil they use and if you can just get simply steamed veggies without any oil.
- Find the closest grocery store and stock up on bottled water for your stay (either Fiji or Mountain Valley Spring water in the glass bottle). Likewise, you can bring your portable Berkey water bottle.
- Another option is to research local spring water and see if it is available in the grocery store.
Bottom Line – Be Prepared
Travel will be what you make of it. The best advice I have for maintaining the Medical Medium® lifestyle while traveling, is to be prepared. For even more in-depth knowledge about how to travel while following Medical Medium® protocols, check out my Travel Made Easy Masterclass.
The more prepared you are, the more reconnaissance you have done ahead of time, the more you will be able to relax when you reach your destination.
Most of all, enjoy your time away. Allow yourself to sleep in, relax, laugh a lot, and do what makes your soul happy.
Wishing you all safe, healthy, and regenerating travel this summer!
To your health & happiness,