Gaby and Bjargey

Gaby and Bjargey
Two Michigan girls, who enjoy experiencing the world. Currently based in Iceland, Toned and Traveled is the go ­to travel and lifestyle blog for women who are looking for tips and advice on traveling, health and wellness, and life.
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Why You Should Be Dairy-Free

The Dairy-Free Life Have you ever thought about going dairy-free for a week? Month? Year? I know this sounds crazy and trust me, I get it. Dairy is life. Cheese, milkshakes, ice cream, yogurt – the list could go on forever. But did you know that cheese is a high-calorie product loaded with fat, sodium, and…

A Day Eating in New York City

New York is one of my favorite cities to visit. It is full of variety of people from different backgrounds, which means a diverse cuisine. From Brazilian street food to New York City Pizza, you are bound to find something to fulfill your appetite. During one of my recent visits to the city, I was…

What Exactly Are We Eating?

As food being one of the most critical things to keep our gears shifting throughout our busy days, sometimes we forget a major question. What are we eating? Of course, we have a general idea, since it is usually labeled on the product, such as a hamburger, pepperoni pizza, or caesar salad. Simple enough. Yet,…

A New York City Guide

Living in New York City is kind of like a dream. There are places to eat around every corner, endless amounts of shops, bars and clubs. It is an adult playground. I was lucky enough to live there for a full summer during an internship in college. I lived with 2 girls from my hometown…

The Best Post-Yoga Smoothie

Hello pretty people of the world! Is anyone else Fall-ing in love with this weather? It has me feeling a little loopy and the recent time change hasn’t helped. The warm weather has had my allergies on a rampage and my sleep schedule has been bouncing around. Since starting my first big girl job, I…

Four Places to Eat in Glasgow

Glasgow was a long awaited destination on my travel list ever since I watched Anthony Bourdain eat his way through the industrial city. As luck would have it, I was meeting an old friend my first day in Glasgow. Bryan was one of my counselors at Camp Eberhart. We had kept in touch over Facebook…

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