It may be alienating the workforce...
'What a way to make a living.'
...Without Sacrificing Your Downtime.
You may not think it, but it's absolutely possible to stick to your healthy diet when you're travelling on business. We're living in a time of accessible healthy choices and the breakfast buffet at your hotel is a great example of the abundance of healthy foods on offer.
I am a massive fitness nut. I've been exercising my whole life and when I travel for work, even though I'm out of my normal routine, I need to exercise - I just love it. No matter where I'm travelling to for business, I'll always pack a pair of trainers.
Because music is my job, the only time I actually really enjoy listening to songs is when I'm travelling and fortunately this isn't always for work.
So really, when travelling on business, a happy downtime is about having everything you need with you that gives you pleasure and peace of mind, and the knowledge that you have the tech to keep them charged and running while on the go!
Travelling for work often means travelling alone, which inevitably means confronting the awkward hell of dining alone. But
Every mountain appears difficult to climb when you're standing at the base. However, if you start with one or two small steps and break the journey into small chunks it becomes more and more manageable. Eventually, what at one point seemed out of reach begins to feel doable.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) also show that overall satisfaction with health and mental health is on the decline, and nearly 20% of people said they had experienced depression or anxiety compared to around 18% the previous year.