#111 The Benefits of Group Guided Tours, Creating a Legacy, Eating Healthy When You Don't Like To Cook and The Best Ways To Practice Mindfulness Over The Holidays
Dec 24, 2019
By Valerie Massie
Welcome to this episode of The Tonic, terrestrially broadcast on December 21 and 22, 2019 on AM740 and FM 96.7 in Toronto. Topics covered on the show track the lifestyle articles and themes published in Tonic Magazine. This week we discuss the benefits of group guided travel tours with George Levesque, creating a legacy with David Bernstein, eating healthy when you don’t like to cook with Shauna Lindzon and the best ways to practice mindfulness over the holidays with Tracey Soghrati.
We specifically discuss:
The Benefits of Guided Tours
What are guided tours?
What are the benefits of guided tours?
The educational elements of tours
Traveling via group tour vs. traveling on your own
How does group travel save time?
Are group tours too programmed?
Do group tours allow for inter-generational travel?
What does a typical day on a group tour look like?
How much customization is available on a group tour?
What kinds of health and wellness options are available on tour?
What should you look for in a tour operator?
Creating a Legacy
What does legacy mean?
Material legacy and intrinsic legacy
Attaining a sense of peace through creating legacy
Is it too late to think about your legacy?
How can we help someone preserve their legacy?
Eating Healthy When You Don’t Like To Cook
Healthy pantry and fridge
The Best Ways To Practice Mindfulness Over The Holidays
Connecting to joy
Prioritizing your practice
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