On this abbreviated last episode of 2017, we asked out audience to call in and share their RV bucket list plans for 2018.
Listen up! Maybe you'll get some ideas!
Here's the 2018 Calendar for our Roadtreking gathering – https://rvlifestyle.com/2018-calendar/
And here are the 2018 apps mentioned by Steve VanDinter in his Traveling Technology segment:
As we get ready for the calendar to flip to 2018, it’s a great time for all of us to reflect on the things that went well this year, and opportunities for improvement in the coming year.
Many will set goals to work out more, get plenty of rest or eat better. And to make these goals stick, experts say you need to start small.
First up…we’ll need some motivation. And that’s where the Fitbit Ionic can help. Fitbit’s newest wearable will automatically track your activities (even swimming), along with your heart rate so you know how hard you worked out. It’ll also make sure you’re getting enough good quality rest. Lastly, it can act as your personal coach motivating you to move even when the weather outside is cold and dreary.
If you’re going to the gym, consider protecting your phone and lightening your load at the same time with the Under Armour Stash Case. Not only will your phone be spared from drops of up to 10 feet, but the secret compartment in the back allows you to store your credit cards, ID, or some cash so you can leave your wallet at home.
And if you’d like to make sure your form is solid, the Under Armour Magnetic Mount is a great companion to your Stash Case. With this mount you can stick your phone to any metal object and record your form, watch videos or just keep your phone off the sweaty floor.
Since there’s an app for pretty much everything today, I wanted to provide a couple for your listeners to check out.
First, an app called Mindfulness Daily. Just carve out a few minutes a day to walk through some mindfulness lessons and you’ll be on your way to feeling more centered throughout your life.
And last but not least…the Fabulous: Motivate Me! app. Built in Duke University’s Behavioral Economics Lab, this app is designed to help rewire your brain with good habits.
Here’s to a happy and healthy new year!
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