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Time Stamped Show Notes:
0:33 – Intro
0:50 – Self-care on the go
1:05 – Recent Travel!
1:11 – Piper did a StayCation in the next city over at a swanky Scottsdale resort with big bathtub, fluffy pillows that – of course – was dog friendly for Corbin the Corgi
2:37 – Gail went on her 35th annual pilgrimage with her mother (for her mom’s birthday) to a hot spring; now mind you, she’s only 29 too; so that’s quite the trick
4:33 – Where there are earthquakes, there are likely hot springs. Gail says that’s a fair trade-off – what do you think listener?
5:53 – A trip for yourself every now and again is a must
6:10 – An unplugged weekend?! Piper hasn’t been away from the internet/cell service in years while Gail goes off-grid when she goes to this onsen
7:01 – Sometimes its good to deny authors access to Twitter and Facebook; but Piper insists on always being prepared with research, notes, and local copies of writing work
8:18 – The event Piper and Gail met at – a Cabin in the woods
9:53 – Data use while traveling internationally (more on this in a future episode)
10:34 – “Most writers are on some watch-list somewhere.” -Piper
11:07 – Main Topic -> Self-care on the Go
11:21 – Gail’s super secret self-care hot-tip => it has something to do with magazine’s (listen and find out what it is! But remember not to tell anyone)
12:40 – Piper has one for her and one for her significant other (the guy typing this: Producer Matt)
13:08 – Need to use that thick overnight conditioner for color-treatment? Use it at a hotel so you don’t have to clean the shower or wash the seats
13:54 – Sephora VIB rouge <- always get the samples so you can travel with them
14:19 – Deep cuticle oil is great for re-hydrating you, regardless of gender, and are perfect for dry overnight redeye flights
14:54 – Traveling and walking a lot? Gail wears stilettos all day and highly recommends a super-hot water soak followed by lotion first, then fuzzy socks as a feet-saver. Guaranteed quicker recovery!
17:30 – Don’t travel with unmarked white powder; but baking soda is perfect for this soaking
17:44 – There’s always bathbombs too (from places like Lush)
18:29 – Yes, I have had to have 4 root canals. Over the course of one month. I recommend dental picks like these but I won’t knock using free individually wrapped toothpicks.
20:41 – Bathbombs that make you smell like food (are apparently the best)
21:02 – The Lorde of Misrule bath bomb
21:43 – Spoil yourself with food while traveling. Don’t overeat, but allow yourself a particular thing that helps make you look forward to traveling in the future
Gail – fried foods, or stealing fries
Piper – dessert, or beet salad (you won’t make it at home)
23:52 – lower your blood-pressure while flying via food?
Here’s a great article from Harvard about taking care of your health while flying if you want to look more in to travel self-care
24:11 – Yay Gadgets!
Gail – bath-bombs (pre-halved)
MAKE SURE YOU RINSE OUT YOUR TUB BEFORE BOMBING!
Piper – Aveda “for Men composition oil”
‘Caviar anti-aging overnight hair-rescue
26:32 – bath bomb training – what’s the best way to disperse it into the bath?
27:20 – bonus tip, add a nut-oil for extra decadent moisturizing
Thanks for listening and safe travels!