There’s been a lot of talk about resolutions this week, but here at ROVE, we’re not really into the resolution thing. The word itself sounds like a chore, and if something sounds like it’s not going to be fun, who wants to actually follow through with it? That’s why we like the word “intentions” instead.
One of the most transportive elements of travel is design—the ability to get lost in another environment that is so different from your regular surroundings. When we travel, we like to take bits and pieces of our experience home with us, even if it’s as small as a special trinket from a market. And while
Yeah, we get it: October seems early to talk about detoxing. (Isn’t that usually a January thing!?) But once the holidays roll around, it’s too easy to fall into the shame spiral of cookie, cocktail, cookie, cocktail, repeat. So we’re trying to clean up our acts before the season gets crazy—even when we’re off exploring
We all travel for different reasons: business, pleasure, or maybe a little of both. One thing that no hustling jet-setter can avoid? The criss-cross of timezones that has you itching for a day-long sleep the second you step off the plane. Jet lag is no cakewalk, but there are plenty of ways to kick it