Travelling with Diabetes

Whether for work or pleasure, travel can and should be fun. And having diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t be part of the experience. It is estimated that around 8.5% of the world’s adult population have some form of diabetes*, which means there lots of people out there who manage their condition globally. With good planning,…

How to Survive Music Festivals

From Coachella in the valleys of California to Splendour in the Grass set at the infamous Byron Bay, music festivals are an excellent excuse to travel and see the world. While it’s easy to get carried away watching some of your favourite bands live on stage in a new and exciting place, it’s also important…

Leave Your Jetlag on the Plane

Whether you’re arriving at your destination or coming home, travelling forward in time or back, jetlag is something we all want to avoid. While it can be much of a conversation piece the truth is the insomnia, exhaustion and stress that can come with jetlag can quickly extinguish any post-holiday buzz. But there is good…

Vaccinations – Be Safe, Not Sorry

Amidst the detailed planning and preparation that goes into any overseas work trip, it’s important to also take time to ensure you’re protecting your health and wellbeing. Vaccinations are an essential part of this—but often one that can be overlooked until the last minute. To make sure you don’t fall into the trap we’ve developed…