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[gallery columns="2" size="full" theme="photomosaic" ids="1498,1496,1549,1550"] WALK IT OUT Get in some sort of exercise any way you can. You may not be able to find a Barre Class or F45 in downtown Mykonos (and you may projectile vomit if you tried) so go easy. Walk it off,
[gallery columns="2" size="full" theme="photomosaic" ids="1315,1316,1317,1318,1319"] WALK AND TALK Walking with a friend is a great way to catch up. Not only will pounding the pavement burn some calories but it’s also free and can be done just about anywhere, anytime. If you’ve read Thrive (great read if you haven’t), you’ll
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