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The Yachtie Glow: Control social media, or be controlled by it

The Yachtie Glow: by Stew Angela Orecchio There is nothing inherently wrong with social media; it can be an excellent tool for checking in with family and …

The Yachtie Glow: Healthy living relies on ‘primary foods’ that will never be eaten

The Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio It might not come as a surprise to anyone that nutrition is only one aspect of health. However, because food is so …

Yachtie Glow: Water, rest, clean diet, sex helps with PMS

Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio PMS is real, and while it affects us greatly in different ways, we still have to live and function in tight quarters with …

Yachtie Glow: ‘Busy and tired’ no excuse for crew to give up exercise

Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio It’s easy for yacht crew to make excuses about why we can’t fit exercise into our lives. We’re busy, tired, have …

Yachtie Glow: 10 minutes a day sufficient to enjoy benefits of meditation

Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio It’s easy to think that meditation has to be long or complicated for it to be effective. However, just 10 minutes a day …

Yachtie Glow: Use yard time to study, explore, keep fit

Yachtie Glow: by Stew Angela Orecchio If you’re going into a shipyard period, you’re likely to experience another side of yachting. Your schedule will …

The Yachtie Glow: Struggling with a New Year’s weight goal?

The Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio Maintaining a healthy weight after the holidays is one of the most sought-after goals of the New Year.  We all know that …

The Yachtie Glow: Sleep or exercise? Which is better after working long hours?

The Yachtie Glow: by Angela Orecchio After working long days on board, stews often wonder if they should skip their exercise and sleep more the next day. The …

Yachtie Glow: Drop that candy craving

Yachtie Glow: by Chief Stew Angela Orecchio It’s been a long day at work, the crew is tired, and everyone needs a bit of stimulation and release from stress. …

Yachtie Glow: Working FLIBS? Here’s how to while away the hours

The Yachtie Glow: by Stew Angela Orecchio If you’re working in the boat show this year, you may find yourself on the dock for a few hours at a time, greeting …

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