Time. It’s what drives us. It’s what stops us. It can sometimes drive us crazy. I used to travel all over the country—across timezones. As professional registered dietitians, I’m sure there are plenty who travel. My number one suggestion is to be in the time you are in. That’s it. Many times I hear people say it’s this time here but really this time back home. This adding and subtracting is just adding to your stress and exhaustion. Be in the time your are currently in and your body’s clock will most likely adjust. Once you stop worrying about what time it “really is” you can start to enjoy and appreciate the time you are truly in.
Tip of the month: July, 2014
Jessica Bowhall, MBA,RD