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The best September retreats to book ASAP

In surfing, glassy describes perfect conditions; when there’s no wind or chop, and instead the surface of the water—waves and all—is smooth as glass. It’s easy, it’s effortless, it’s ideal.

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At The Glassy, we want all travel to be that way. We want you to be able to feel your best, no matter where you go. We want you to be able to keep up your habits (whether you can’t start your day without a smoothie or get anxious if you haven’t logged your miles) and not have to stress about it. We want you to be able to explore, adventure, discover—or just chill—without worry.

It’s intentional travel, made easier. And from hyper-curated wellness city guides to long-read essays from some of the best writers around, we’ll be with you every step of the way.

Consider The Glassy your dream travel companion, no extra luggage necessary.

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Thank you! Travel well.

Ask a flight attendant: How do you get over jet lag ASAP?

Naps are your friend (until they aren’t).

The Pack: Nadine Abramcyk

The non-toxic beauty guru makes room in her bag for a steamer and ankle weights.

If you drink one thing on the plane, make it this

It’s ridiculously easy to DIY post-security.

6 crazy wellness items you’re not packing (but should be)

Blender, anyone?

This retreat’s legit: Blue Spirit Costa Rica

For when your head says zipline but your heart says shavasana.

The Pack: Sian Gordon

The Love Yoga co-founder on the travel item that’s been “revolutionary.”

Is this the most healing spot in Hawaii?

It’s good enough for royalty—and a DIY retreat.

Energy clearing your Airbnb is a thing

We’re here for it [lights up sage].

I tried it: travel fasting

Could taking a food break during a flight help with jet lag and digestive woes?

The Pack: Melissa Parke Rousseau

Why the artist-herbalist swears by goo in her nose and silver in her ears when she flies.

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