Travel Overload

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Hi, friends!


So you might be wondering why I always take such care to be super healthy on those short work trips, especially when it’s just a quick overnighter.  The truth is that I find traveling for work to be very, very draining, and I always end up feeling like I got hit by a bus when I get back.  Most of this is my own fault.  I’m a super paranoid flyer, and I always schedule 24-hour out-and-back trips so I’m not away for long.  As a result of the grueling schedule, I try to stay on top of food and exercise as much as possible.


(A plane I was excited/afraid to get in)


But alas – you can’t veggify your way out of a 5:55 AM flight on four hours of sleep. I feel terrible now!  Can anyone relate to the stress of work travel?  Any tips on making it less grueling?  I can’t really stretch it out to two days because then we lose money at the clinic.


Vent over.


Grabbed some Great Harvest bread on the way back to my house. I’ve been seeing so much GH on Kath’s blog that I had a craving.  Kath and her husband are opening a franchise in Charlottesville soon!


Cinnachip with butter for a snack.


And lunch:  PB toast on Dakota bread with fruit.


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Gotta go to GOTR!



  • Beth @ Beth's Journey to Thin April 14, 2011, 1:33 pm

    I have to say, I’m always really impressed to see your healthy approach to traveling. I only travel about 4x a year for work, but its usually for almost a week at a time, so its a bit different. I don’t have too much advice for you besides keep doing what you’re doing, and make sure you’re making time for Caitlin as much as you can, but I can definitely relate!

  • Emily April 14, 2011, 1:37 pm

    I do some work travel and early flights are really tough. Eating right, like you do, definitely helps. I would add that you should try to stay hydrated on the plane. Drink tons of water before, during and after the flight. I find that half of what wears me out about flying is how dehydrated I get in that stuffy little cabin. I always feel better when I drink a lot of water. I’m a nervous flyer too so I seldom manage this–but squeezing in a little nap on the plane can help too.

  • Christine @ Merf In Progress April 14, 2011, 1:52 pm

    I think that makes a ton of sense. when I travel, I rarely remember to bring healthy snacks, get enough rest, stay hydrated, etc. And travelling takes a lot out of me. I need to start following your approach.

  • Jasmine @ Eat Move Write April 14, 2011, 1:54 pm

    I don’t know if I should be horrified or impressed by that picture. Please tell me that you posed for that picture AFTER flying. YIKES. I’m scared of little planes.

    I’ve been craving GH too. I’ve never had it, but it looks so amazing! We didn’t have it in San Diego, but there’s one here in Portland that I’m excited to try!

  • Holly @ The Runny Egg April 14, 2011, 1:56 pm

    I get so exhausted from traveling — even long car rides (and I consider 1.5+ hours long!) So when I do travel I need to eat well and exercise when I can to keep myself sane.

    Have fun at GOTR!

  • Freya April 14, 2011, 1:56 pm

    I wish I had some travel tips, but I so rarely fly :s I do think at least staying on board of food and exercise is one less thing to worry about/sort out, and if you feel good, you’ll think more rationally about everything 🙂
    I think Kath and Matt should open a GH franchise in the UK…we need one too!

  • Cait @ Beyond Bananas April 14, 2011, 1:57 pm

    Fortunately, I do not travel for work so I do not have to deal with all of this stuff. I can’t imagine how hard it must be. Even when I go on vacation, I feel the stresses of travel and that is supposed to be a relaxing time!

  • Kath April 14, 2011, 1:59 pm

    Glad to see the return of Cinnachip!!! I’ve been chipping away at my loaf all week 🙂

  • Susan April 14, 2011, 2:01 pm

    That bread looks awesome. And I just looked – there’s a Great Harvest the next town over!

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 7:14 pm

      GOOOOO it’s sooo good and worth the drive.

  • Ashley @ Feeding Ashley April 14, 2011, 2:03 pm

    You give the best tips for being halthy while traveling. I can’t imagine how tiring it is.

  • Liz @ Tip Top Shape April 14, 2011, 2:06 pm

    I can totally get that traveling so much would be draining. It’s a hiccup in your normal routine. So, it’s good to keep your healthy lifestyle while traveling, if only to maintain some sort of semblance of normalcy.

  • Sarena (The Non Dairy Queen) April 14, 2011, 2:07 pm

    Eating unhealthy on a trip really does make the travel feel worse. Your body needs the good fuel! That bread looks so good! Have fun this afternoon…I have no doubt you will though.

  • jen @ taste life April 14, 2011, 2:07 pm

    If you can come up with any way to be less freaked out by flying, that would probably help, just because being anxious takes up sooo much energy! Otherwise, eating right and drinking lots of water seems to be the thing to do.

  • Madeline - Greens and Jeans April 14, 2011, 2:14 pm

    I travel a LOT for work. Usually 4 days a week. The things I’ve found to be most important are drinking water, being prepared with food/snacks, getting in my workouts, and trying to stick to my normal sleep schedule as much as possible. I’ve got it dialed to the point that I only feel really groggy if I’m changing multiple time zones.

  • Liz April 14, 2011, 2:19 pm

    I’m in the midst of a bunch of work and personal travel and it is definitely draining! It really helps to keep working out regularly and packing healthy snacks and fruits. I think the biggest habit that helped me is learning to sleep on planes. I’m such a bad napper, but when I do fall asleep it makes my travel recovery much easier.

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 7:13 pm

      I need that inflatable Sky Mall wedge that lets me sleep on the plane!

  • Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat April 14, 2011, 2:22 pm

    I am anxiously anticipating the day that I get to try the Cinnamon Chip bread from Great Harvest!! It sounds delicious!! I don’t travel much for work, but I understand that it is probably stressful. I think you do a great job, and can’t believe how many flights you’ve been on so far this year! I’m big into routines, so I don’t think I’d cope as well. Having said that, if there was a plane departing to a hot, exotic location that I could get on for free, I’d be ALL OVER IT because I feel like I rrreally need a holiday! Happy recovering, you’re a pro and I’m sure you’ll be back to normal in no time! 🙂

  • Carolyn @Eat Well. Live Well. Be Well. April 14, 2011, 2:29 pm

    I travel very often for work and I find that early morning flights just are not worth it. Better to get an 11am flight where you can still keep your normal schedule of waking up, working out, and eating well before hoping on a plane to head home.

    I also eat at the grocery store like you and travel with everything but the kitchen sink.

    And the real treat, is flying so much, I normally get upgraded to first class. It seriously makes all the difference in the world.

  • Ann April 14, 2011, 2:37 pm

    You do keep a grueling schedule, and I’m always impressed at how your advance planning keeps things healthy.
    I think a big green monster and early bedtime tonight might do the trick to get you back to normal!

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 7:13 pm

      I think you are right!

  • Anna @ Doing Good & Living Well April 14, 2011, 2:41 pm

    I feel you on hating planes. Sadly, I suffer from the same post-travel zonk that you do. I feel like every time I come home I’m on the verge of a cold or sore throat or something.

    Hope you feel up to par soon!

  • Sarah for Real April 14, 2011, 2:44 pm

    Traveling for business or pleasure always messes up my routine. Some things I find are very important to me (and you’re already on top of at least one!) is to leave with the laundry done and the house clean. I plan ahead to make sure that my space is serene when I get home, not a mess.

    Then, prioritize and schedule a nap! When I have the vacation time, I’ll take that extra day off from work so I can settle in at home again. But even just a half day or a few hours all to yourself could make a big difference.

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 7:12 pm

      Oh man coming home to a clean house is HUGE.

  • Kelly April 14, 2011, 2:46 pm

    I think that making efforts to eat healthy on the road always makes you feel better. Especially since 9 times out of 10 traveling is stressful and the better you eat at least that is one thing you don’t have to stress out about.

  • Annette @ EnjoyYourHealthyLife April 14, 2011, 2:47 pm

    I think it is amazing how much you stay on top of being healthy while travelling- nicely done! I’d say to just make sure you sleep enough–sometimes maybe forgoing a leisurely breakfast or longer workout. Maybe??

    Love the GH idea!! such great bread, for sure 🙂

  • Annette @ EnjoyYourHealthyLife April 14, 2011, 2:47 pm

    I think it is amazing how much you stay on top of being healthy while travelling- nicely done! I’d say to just make sure you sleep enough–sometimes maybe forgoing a leisurely breakfast or longer workout. Maybe??

    Love the GH idea!! such great bread, for sure 🙂

  • Jen April 14, 2011, 3:04 pm

    GH Bread is my favorite! A little pricey, but 100% worth it! Try the asiago pesto, you won’t regret it!

  • Ash @ Good Taste Healthy Me April 14, 2011, 3:12 pm

    Flying stresses me out too. I just don’t do it often enough!

    I so want to try that bread! I haven’t found it in my area.

  • monicanelsonfitness April 14, 2011, 3:21 pm

    I relate so much. I go back and forth to how much of it is mental. I always feel wrecked after a trip. not a big fan of travel so I wonder if my mind drains me over the actual trip.

  • Kiran @ April 14, 2011, 3:25 pm

    Flying stresses me out too. We need help 🙂

  • Heather @ Health, Happiness, and Hope April 14, 2011, 3:38 pm

    I agree! It’s such a relief to be able to stay on track with a healthy lifestyle when traveling… one less thing to stress and worry over!

  • R @ Learning As I Chop April 14, 2011, 3:40 pm

    I haven’t heard of that bread chain before the blog world. The bread looks delicious!

  • Amanda@LessonsinModeration April 14, 2011, 3:48 pm

    I travel a lot for work and I really make an effort to eat really clean the week leading up to a trip so my body feels good and I swear by meditation. Once I was stuck on a flight in the middle seat between two guys with wandering elbows, and being able to close my eyes and meditate saved me.

    • Julia April 14, 2011, 4:43 pm

      Meditating is a great tip! I usually have long train rides when I travel for work and I often get really annoyed. But I just can’t sleep/take a nap in the train to calm down.

  • Jenny April 14, 2011, 3:49 pm

    Great Harvest is awesome; totally addicted to Apple Scrapple.

    I agree that the really early flights just aren’t worth it if you can avoid it. Also, finding a way to nap during the flight helps. I use the White Noise app on my phone or read until my eyes get heavy and then I doze off.

    My last business trip went well because I was able to squeeze in workouts, eat well, and sleep. I had to turn down some socializing late night events but the sleep was worth it!

  • Carly April 14, 2011, 3:56 pm

    I think its great that you try to stay healthy while you travel. With how much you have been out and about you can’t “afford” to be unhealthy every time you travel. I can always tell when I haven’t eaten well for a few days because my entire body just gets fatigued, I am tired and can’t sleep, and I just feel sluggish all over.

    On GH, I was so excited to get my hands on some of their bread when I moved near one and sadly I was very disappointed. Their loaves are pricey, and I found mine to be dry and kinda crumbly. I love good doughy bread 🙁 I’m still on the hunt for a great loaf since I had to leave my favorite behind in Cleveland.

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:47 pm

      You must’ve gotten a bad loaf! But they ARE expensive – boo.

  • Mary @ Bites and Bliss April 14, 2011, 4:02 pm

    Traveling’s definitely the prime time to eat super healthy. Like you said, it’s draining. So you need all the good food to keep you going, not sloppy burgers or fast food.

  • Kristin R. April 14, 2011, 4:03 pm

    I travel pretty frequently for work and found that traveling within my “normal” waking hours is much easier on me in the long run, rather than short in-and-out trips. I feel like lack of sleep is the number one thing that affects me when I travel, more so than iffy food choices. So I try to take flights that aren’t too early or too late, even if it means I spend a day on a plane.

  • Kacy April 14, 2011, 4:12 pm

    Travel really is the most exhausting thing ever, even when it’s for fun.

  • Emma (Namaste Everyday) April 14, 2011, 4:19 pm

    I’m about to embark on two whole weeks of travel! wish me luck! I need to stay healthy…

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:40 pm

      good luck! it will be fun 🙂

  • Anna April 14, 2011, 4:30 pm

    I kind of love traveling, even trans-oceanic long haul flights. I think I just like the liminal space and time aspect- it’s a very meditative experience. But then again, I’ve never traveled for work so I imagine having the weight of all of that on my shoulders might snap me back to reality. I wish I could say that I eat healthfully when I travel, but in reality I kind of like using it as a time for treats. My dad would always surprise me with little hard candies and fun gum on plane trips when I was a kid (to help with ear popping), which I loved.

  • Marie April 14, 2011, 4:30 pm

    I used to travel about 6 days/week for work! It was terrible. I found the most important thing was to bring snacks and healthy food (which you do), grab naps whenever you can and HYDRATE. If you stay hydrated it’s amazing how much better your body feels! Safe Travels!

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:40 pm

      I prob under hydrated this trip – you are sooo right.

  • Megan@Dirty Dishes Daily April 14, 2011, 4:32 pm

    I actually really enjoy the whole process of traveling but it is really exhausting. For some reason as soon as I get into a plane, I get sleepy and I usually fall asleep. This helps a lot to counter the exhaustion.

  • Ashley April 14, 2011, 4:45 pm

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    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:39 pm

      I love Love is Louder! So awesome. Thanks for highlighting it in the comments section.

  • Hilary April 14, 2011, 4:47 pm

    This might not be that helpful because I understand the need for quick-in and quick-out flights but scheduling them for more ‘reasonable’ times helps me tremendously. It’s the lack of sleep that does me in. If I have a flight at 7 am or earlier, I’m screwed. I know they’re cheaper so I understand your thought process but if you can get a flight at 9 instead, I think you’d feel better! Also, I take a slightly opposite approach and allow myself a ‘treat’ when I fly so I have something to look forward to. Hydrating is obviously good but I loathe airplane bathrooms so I am not hte best at following that advice!

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:19 pm

      Such a good point. The money saved might not be worth my sanity.

  • Tracey April 14, 2011, 4:48 pm

    I used to travel all the time for work but my trips were longer than 24 hours. Some things that helped me were:

    Packing as little as possible so I wouldn’t have to spend time waiting around for my luggage.

    I traveled with items that would make my hotel room more like home. Such as – a travel frame with a picture of a loved one and a small stuffed dog that looks like my real dog which made me appear crazy but I didn’t care. Candles are also good for hotel rooms.

    I have trouble falling asleep in hotel rooms so I bought a lavender spray for the pillows. It helped relax me and I was able to sleep better.

    Traveling all the time is hard but once you get a routine down it becomes easier and less stressful.

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:17 pm

      I wish my own pillow would fit into my suitcase! But then I’d be scared of bedbugs. LOL

  • claudia April 14, 2011, 4:55 pm

    Hi, I was wondering since you travel a lot, and when you get on planes, do you do the body scan or the pat down?

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:16 pm

      I REFUSE to go into the body scanner!!!! I only did it once and it was because i had like, 15 minutes to get on my flight or I’d be screwed. Do you do it?

      • claudia April 14, 2011, 8:07 pm

        I asked because I’m going to be flying soon and it’ll be the first time since the body scans were in place. I will absolutely also refuse to go through them despite them saying it’s okay because it is still radiation and I refuse to be part of that. I read that only 2% of people actually ask for pat downs and the rest go through the body scans. It’s scary because they say it’s safe but can’t foretell what the damages are since it’s too soon to tell. I will not take that chance! Have you gotten a pat down before? I’ve read people’s comments and they make it seem like it’s the worse thing ever. People have actually commented that after the pat down, it was so horrible, they wish they would’ve gone through the body scan. Eek!

        • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 8:15 pm

          Well the govt always says everything is safe and then takes it back in 10 years…

          Most airports (and I’ve been in a lot since they brought in the scanners) have a scanner and a regular xray machine, and I just get in the line for xray. I havent had to be patted down yet. Just get in the right line.

        • marie April 15, 2011, 8:01 am

          The media is not going to mention the millions of reasonable people who haven’t make a big deal about these things– just the one irrational lady who claims she was violated by a TSA agent.

          And if you’re ever had an x-ray at the dentist or a mammogram, you’ve already been exposed to much, much higher levels of radiation than you would be by a body scanner. It’s this kind of alarmist conjecture and speculation without evidence that creates a lot of hype about nothing.

    • jenn April 14, 2011, 9:20 pm

      they rarely ask people to go through the full body scanner. i travel every week for work and in the past 2 years – i’ve gone through it one time. my thought is that people are all up in arms about their “rights” being taken away. i don’t know about you – but i’d rather have them pat down everyone than get blown up in mid air. i have had the pat down multiple times and i can tell you that people GROSSLY exaggerate how bad it is. it’s not much worse than being patted down when going into a concert or something similary. unfortunately, we live in a time where it’s just not safe to fly without certain measures. i’d rather put up with longer lines and more comprehensive security than be put in danger. most people i talk to who travel a lot for business like i do share the same sentiment. it’s people who travel for leisure or infrequently who have the biggest problem with heightened security.

      • claudia April 15, 2011, 12:03 am

        I mean I definitely don’t have a problem with heightened security because really in the end, it benefits everybody from a safety standpoint. I, too would rather be patted down and wait in the lines than be in danger. I’m going to be at the jfk airport so I was just wondering if I don’t go through the body scan, will I have to request for a pat down or like Caitlin mentioned, there’s another line for x-rays?

        • jenn April 15, 2011, 12:10 am

          Very few people actually get the pat down or full body scan. I’d say 99 percent of people walk through the normal metal detector and call it a day. Only if something is “off” or they’re doing random checks would you get patted down or full body scanned! Those procedures take a lot longer so they can’t do it for everyone.

  • TC @ Pride & Lettuces April 14, 2011, 5:00 pm

    I travel for a week at a time to Nashville (I live in SF.) It is such a different food culture where I work there and I have a hard time steering clear of everything from fake coffee creamer to soda to fried food! I have started packing a lot in my suitcase–granola bars, fruit, caffeinated tea (if I can’t find good coffee.) And I make a goal for the number of times I will workout in the hotel gym. It is the only way for me to stay sane being gone from home and living out of a suitcase for that long.

  • Jodi April 14, 2011, 5:17 pm

    I used to travel A LOT for work. I was a Regional Human Resources Manager (before having my 2 babies) and had to travel to Montana and Wyoming at least twice a month to train managers, etc. I am like you and would make my trips as short as I could and I was always a little nervous on the little puddle jumper planes! The way I made it a little less stressful was to read a fun book or magazine on the flight (as opposed to working) so that I could have a break from it all. It really worked for me. I almost looked forward to flights and time in airports as “me” time where I could read something for fun. It kept my mind off of the scariness of flying and all the stress of my job for a little bit.
    I also want to say that I admire all that you do. You are such a great example and so inspiring!

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 6:10 pm

      That’s a good idea – I should try to make the flights fun!

  • Natalia - a side of simple April 14, 2011, 5:23 pm

    You do great trying to stay healthy while traveling. But sometimes (like with an early flight) the whole situation can hit your body hard when you’re not used to it 🙁 It’s so great that you made sure to be back in time for GOTR. I love how devoted you are to it!

  • Morgan @ Life After Bagels April 14, 2011, 5:24 pm

    I’ve decided that next time, if possible I’m going to take the train flying out of a big airport is such a pain in the BUTT that it stresses me out! I figure that I’ll take the extra travel time to work or read instead of sitting in a security line or in my plane in line waiting for the runway

    I’ll tell you if it works!

    • Caitlin April 14, 2011, 5:57 pm

      I could get excited about a train!

  • Molly @ RDexposed April 14, 2011, 5:42 pm

    I have to take a jet as one part of my journey out to CA next month and I’m not exactly thrilled either about that size!

  • Jen @ keepitsimplefoods April 14, 2011, 5:43 pm

    Sounds like ya’ll need to get an intern to work the clinic so you can have some time off! 😉

  • Julia April 14, 2011, 6:32 pm

    Girl, sleep! Maybe you can get a blog intern for the experience? Several bloggers have done that and it seems to help.

  • Jamie aka "Sometimes Healthy" Girl April 14, 2011, 6:48 pm

    I completely sympathize! I think if you’re a nervous flyer, as I am too, it might be good to schedule a couple of days in between, if ever possible. I have a flight next week to Texas and I am already very worried 🙁

  • Ellie@fitforthesoul April 14, 2011, 7:55 pm

    Not that I travel a lot, but when I do, I like to have nuts and dried fruit with me! the best non-perishable alternative 😀 And I just try to drink extra h2o

  • jenn April 14, 2011, 9:17 pm

    i travel every week for work – usually 2 or 3 nights, and usually about 4 flights per week. unfortunately, there is no magic tip for making yourself feel awesome after those early morning flights. i know all too well how much it sucks to be at an airport at 4am or midnight. i usually try a quick power nap when i get home, OR drink a glass of wine around 7pm so I can fall asleep at a respectable time. 🙂 my big traveling healthy tip is something you’ve already done – go to a grocery store instead of eating out and hit up their salad bar. honestly – it’s the best thing to do.

  • Kristin April 14, 2011, 9:48 pm

    My husband flies those little planes!!! 🙂

  • Megan April 15, 2011, 12:35 am

    Before I left to go back to business school, I traveled 4 days a week for my consulting job. Last year, I spent 197 nights in a hotel! I couldnt even keep food in my apartment for the weekends because it would spoil :(. It is really tough to keep healthy (and sane!) while traveling, but I definitely recommend hydrating, carrying some fruit/ nuts/ bars with you, and being ok with doing some yoga or a small workout in your room, or a run on the hotels treadmill. It’s better than nothing! Trust me, I know how hard it is and I feel for you!

    • Caitlin April 15, 2011, 10:04 am

      Wow that is insane! 197 night away.

  • khushboo April 15, 2011, 2:05 am

    Eating right during travel definetely helps with the groggy feeling. I also try really hard to sleep on flights, otherwise it’s a biatch when the lack of zzz catches up!

    That bread looks soo yum! I would kill to try some GH bread, that alone is tempting me to fly to the US!

  • Shannon April 15, 2011, 7:00 am

    OMG, I feel EXACTLY the same way about travel. I hardly ever do it, but when I do, I totally freak out. This has only gotten (tons!) worse since becoming a mom. I cannot stand flying away from my babes! I always imagine the worst happening. I do 24-hour quick trips too.

    Totally unrelated, I wanted to say to you–I think you and awesome Elaine ought to get together and write the next O.B. book for MOMS! You can cover the O.B. expertise and she has the mom expertise! I am not even joking; I’m a mom of two young children and although I’m well-adjusted and an avid runner and a healthy cook and all that, I know from experience that body image can be tough after pregnancy/postpartum/nursing, and that accepting yourself and taking care of yourself and appreciating your value can be really tough for moms. Just a thought! 🙂

    • Caitlin April 15, 2011, 10:05 am

      Good idea 🙂 GENIUS!

  • Deanna April 15, 2011, 11:10 am

    I just got back from some business traveling. Last night when I got home I felt AWFUL. It’s never easy with lack of sleep and crappy food. My thoughts are keep drinking lots & lots of water, and try to hop on the hotel treadmill to sweat some toxins out. And as soon as you get home, get lots of sleep. Although I’m dragging today, I feel much better having that 9 hours of sleep last night!

  • Sarah April 15, 2011, 11:40 am

    What i would do for some great harvest bread! I see it all over kaths blog and i drool eery time!

  • Amber K April 15, 2011, 12:41 pm

    I travel very rarely, so I find the whole process super fun. Hopefully you get some great traveling tips!

  • Alison April 15, 2011, 9:07 pm

    Work travel has definitely taken some of the fun out of travel. When it is for pleasure, I *love* all of the planning, packing, ritual, etc. But work travel has no glamor, no magic.

    I don’t have much to offer in the way of advice, but I can sympathize! I don’t do a lot of business air travel, which is nice…I’m mostly a train girl. But my company is pretty cheap and I usually have to do 1-day trips, so I spend 6-10 hours in meetings and another 6-8 hours on the train. And then I collapse.

    My new favorite travel buddy is my iPad. Keeps me super entertained, and I do think that doing things that engage my brain (like crosswords and reading) help ward off that tired sluggish feeling that a long day of travel can bring.

  • suzy pepper April 18, 2011, 3:26 pm

    Have you ever talked to anyone about your flying anxiety? I mean, it doesn’t seem like it’s holding you back from living the dream, but if there’s a way to be more comfortable during flights, why not, right? (I’m not talking meds, by the way. But that’s an option too. But not for long term.)

    • Caitlin April 18, 2011, 8:37 pm

      Maybe I should!

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