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    If you’re living with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and planning on traveling, don’t worry. Understanding your symptoms and triggers can help you adjust and live well with IBS. Before traveling, try keeping track of what you eat, when you experience symptoms and provide detail. After some time, you will discover patterns in your symptoms and will know what your personal triggers are. Feeling bloated and un

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    As I write this, I’m a day off of completing my sixth flight in five and a half weeks. I consider myself pretty seasoned at packing, but that doesn’t mean that I didn’t get teased by my athletes when I forgot to bring my hair brush to Toronto… and, I’m pretty sure I forgot it in my hotel room in Denver yesterday morning! (Note to self:  check the packing list while re-packing!)
    Within the whirlwind of travel (and because often I just don’t unpack fully!), I’ve also been back and forth to the cabin—where it’s sometimes more important to remember everything, because nothing with everything is nearby! I resorted to using a packing app to help ensure I didn’t forget anything I need to keep my chronic health conditions in check in the chaos of pack-unpack-repack of the last few weeks!


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