Can travel help you beat an eating disorder? Yes.

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Can travel help you beat an eating disorder? Yes.

Travel can change a lot of things about a person. It can change your denomination, your political affiliation, what you value, who you're attracted to — but can it rewire your brain? Can it defeat emotional disorders, body issues, eating disorders, and the suitcases of demons we humans tend to carry around? Maybe it can.

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So you're traveling in a van and want to salvage your hygiene?

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So you're traveling in a van and want to salvage your hygiene?

Don’t get me wrong — I’m all about the lifestyle of hairy legs, unwashed hair, and dirty fingernails. No one should ever feel like they have to do anything special to their looks to make the rest of the world happy — especially when living in a van driving down the coast of Australia for two months. And if anyone — and I mean anyone — ever tries to convince you otherwise, pull over and leave that person's ass on the side of the road with no baby wipes, capiche? 

But for those wanting to opt out of smelling au naturel, here are some tips on surviving the not so perky side of living in a musty Mitsubishi Express. 

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Rumbling stomach on the road? Fry a pizza.

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Rumbling stomach on the road? Fry a pizza.

You know when you’re pulled over on the side of a cliff in South Australia and you’re sharing a cup of goon with a truck driver named Andy who’s also pulled over on the side of a cliff? You know, those days when it’s 2 AM and you’ve been driving for 9 hours straight just to get the hell out of the Outback? You’re tired. You’re hungry. You’re tired of being hungry and only eating variations of rice and pasta mixtures. What’s a girl to do? Obviously, you make a pizza.

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