You have improved your nutrition. Reading labels, making grocery lists, planning meals and preparing wholesome nutritious meals are all a snap now. But then you have a gig away from home. What do you do now? It can sometimes be a challenge. If you end up in a small town for a few days of adjudicating and find the town doesn’t even have a grocery store and the only restaurant is a greasy spoon, what are you going to do? (A scenario faced by a colleague this past year) If you are going to a big city, chances are you will have plenty of options, but not always, as I’ve found out this past week at the music teachers’ conference in Vancouver (especially hard when you are on a plant-based diet). How can you avoid throwing all your new good eating habits out the window?
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