Your guide to healthy travel, courtesy of The Well+Good Council

You’ve got your healthy routine down to a science, but taking it on the road can pose some challenges. (What do you mean an entire case of green juice isn’t carry-on approved?)

Lucky for you, we’ve got the Well+Good Council (AKA your own personal health squad) on deck with tips for how to live to the fullest—specifically when on the go.

All week, council members will be dishing insider intel, from Miranda Kerr’s packing hacks to the travel-friendly turmeric-ACV elixir Lily Kunin swears by. Plus, meet the new class of wellness-approved jet-lag cures (hint: Liquid I.V. is about to become your hydration savior).

With all this genius knowledge, you’ll be more than prepared for your next getaway (and the Well+Good Council’s got recs on where to go next, too). Pack your bags!

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The best way to manage stress for your Myers-Briggs personality type

Americans are in serious need of a vacation (salt cave date, anyone?). According to the American Psychological Association, 80 percent of Americans experienced symptoms related to stress—such as headaches, feeling overwhelmed, or feeling depressed—in the past year. Whether it’s work, money, or family issues keeping you up at night, it’s clear that the daily grind can have a serious effect on your health.

But curing stress isn’t as easy as clicking your heels and saying “work-life balance” three times (if it was, we’d all be as happy as Norwegians). Everyone handles pressure differently, and certain personalities might be more prone to anxiety, obsessive rumination, or rigid thinking. But if you know your Myers-Briggs type (if you don’t, read this and come back), you may be one step closer to a restful mind and nights of sound sleeping.

Keep reading to learn the best stress management tactics for your Myers-Briggs personality type.

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9 wellness lessons from Hillary Clinton’s post-election routine

For a lot of Americans, November 9, 2016—the day after the presidential election—was a time of mourning. No, no one died. But the dream of Hillary Clinton becoming the new president of the United States did, and the grief that followed took a lot of work to recover from—especially for Clinton herself.

It turns out,HRC has a lot of wellness-friendly tricks up her sleeve.

Now, Clinton is ready to talk about how she got through those first hours and days after losing the election to Donald Trump in her new book What Happened—and it turns out, HRC has a lot of wellness-friendly tricks up her sleeve. Especially if hard times have you reaching for your running shoes as well as Kleenex , you can probably learn a thing or two from Clinton’s keep-it-moving style.

Here are 10 coping strategies, straight from Hillary Clinton.

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4 healthy (and tasty!) ways to use spaghetti squash

Your spiralizer is great for turning your zucchini into zoodles, but when you want a pasta substitute without the help of any gadgets, pick up some spaghetti squash on your next grocery run.

This magical fruit, which is low in calories and puts potassium and vitamin C in your body, transforms into pasta before your very eyes. All you need is a knife and fork to do the trick.

Plus, it’s super versatile: Use spaghetti squash as a base and add whatever goodness you want to it. Here are four ingenious ways to cook with this fun and fall-friendly ingredient.

Scrape your heart out with these healthy spaghetti squash recipes below.

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