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Hey everyone!

I wanted to start this topic to get some travel tips from everyone.

I am a full-time nanny for a band, and I spend anywhere from 3-6 months out of the year living on a bus "on the road". It's basically like a big RV with access to a fridge, freezer, and microwave, but no stove or oven. I know it's nearly impossible to do a Whole30 while on the road, and I won't be trying. But does anyone have tips on how to stay "mostly Whole30" while traveling? I want to keep this kind of lifestyle going, despite my work situation.

So yeah! Tips on how to stay Whole30 compliant or mostly Whole30 (think like 80%-95% whole30).

Next week I'll be back on the road for about 2 weeks, and while my first Whole30 will be over, I don't want to go back to eating whatever I want! I'd like to keep this up AS MUCH as possible.

So, general travel tips are welcome!

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My husband was gone for a week during our Whole30. He took homemade paleo packs in case he couldn't get to food. (Happy to be using the dehydrator we put on our wedding registry.) He also took several varieties of canned fish, but there are also canned chicken and turkey that are compliant. He had a lot of boiled eggs. We dehydrated some veggies and they were edible, but his better bet was baby food. It may sound funny, but we found some nice organic blends that were basically just a nice starchy veggie puree.

Will you eat in restaurants or have the ability to shop while you are travelling?

You may find this helpful:


I have a printed copy of their travel guide that came from here, but I can't find a link to it.

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Found the others:



Since you will have the fridge and microwave, you can freeze a few of your meals now, let one defrost in the fridge to eat in the first few days and stick a few in the freezer for down the road. (I'd have another one waiting in my freezer at home for my return...maybe two.)

Happy trails!

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I found something very useful on my last trip to Rome. I lost my passport during the day and had no idea it was missing. Fortunately, I had a tracer tag on my passport from Okoban. A waiter where I ate lunch found it and entered my tracker number on the Okoban website. I was sent a text message (and an email) before I ever even knew my passport was missing. Lucky for me, I was leaving in the morning for Germany and getting a new passport would have been impossible. Tags are available through mystufflostandfound.com They saved my trip.

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