The Twisted Life of a Frequent Flyer

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I love to travel. I particularly love to travel to San Francisco and do so often.

I hate what travel does to my body.

To get to Denver International Airport from Boulder, I have to take a public shuttle bus, which is an hour ride. During this particular trip, I had delayed flights coming and going due to fog, and got to enjoy the airport accommodations in both cities. It’s a two-and-a-half-hour flight, which isn’t so bad, but still isn’t so great on the body. The condo I rented had a hard-as-a-board bed and a couch I didn’t want to sit on, so I spent a lot of time perched on the single stool. When I finally arrived in Denver yesterday, I had to make a mad dash from the luggage carousel to the bus stop, hauling my luggage behind me. Got there just in time. Otherwise, I would have had to wait an hour for the next bus.

There really is no place like home, with the husband and the kitty, and the comfy bed. I slept all right, but my back is still tweaked. I’m waiting for Thursday when my favorite chiropractor has his shift at The Joint. In the meantime, I’m doing some stretches to straighten out the various kinks.

I’m also planning my future trips. 🙂 It’s a twisted dichotomy that I am a homebody who loves to travel. No wonder I like to write about gypsies.

In the meantime, to help the twists in my body, I downloaded a couple of Kindle freebies that look very helpful. One is a book of stretches. It has photos, so I downloaded it to my tablet. The other is a book on fitness tips. It’s so easy when I get home to settle in front of the computer. I need some tips to help keep my home body moving.

Until my next trip.

Back Stretching - Back Strengthening And Stretching Exercises For Everyone  Back Stretching – Back Strengthening And Stretching Exercises For Everyone by David Nordmark
If you suffer from back pain or discomfort, you’re not alone. From the young to the old, from the average person to the hyper fit athlete, all are likely to suffer from some kind of back pain at least once in their lives. In Back Stretching – Back Strengthening And Stretching Exercises For Everyone, I explain why back pain is so common in modern society. More importantly though, I will show you a series of back stretching and strengthening exercises which can bring you relief.

50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew: The Best Quick And Easy Ways To Increase Motivation, Lose Weight, Get In Shape, And Sta...  50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew by Derek Doepker
Do you wish you knew how to have more motivation, less stress, faster fat loss, less aches and pain, complete emotional freedom, more money saved, and more time to enjoy your life all while enjoying the body of your dreams? You’re about to discover how to have all of these things and more with these 50 valuable tips you’re not going to find in all the other “me too” generic and boring health and fitness books that rehash the same old tips you’ve heard a million times before. This guide is pure cutting-edge content from someone who has spent the past nine years and thousands of hours of research testing and refining what really works to bring you only the best of the best health, fitness, muscle building, and weight loss tips you’ll ever find!

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I found these books via Amazon’s Kindle eBooks store. Resources for free Kindle and other format eBooks are listed in my sidebar.

These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.

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