(Formally known as My1fitlife Adventures)
In 2009, when Michelle’s husband Mitch died in a plane crash, she vowed to complete everything on her husband’s adventurous bucket list in his honor. It started by taking the day he died and doing something big and bold rather than sitting home and being sad about his loss. Michelle wanted to honor his life rather than focus on his death.
Eventually, Michelle met her current husband, Keith, who had a similar dream to honor his best friend, Brandon, who also died in a small plane crash. Keith and Michelle have hiked Colorado 14ers, Grand Canyon, and kayaked the Na Pali coast. They started to do adventures together and, in 2014, began My1FitLife Adventures to give other’s the opportunity to travel with like-minded individuals and honor their loved one’s dreams.
My1FitLife Adventures is about doing it all, learning from new cultures, and coming together regardless of the different types of loss we all experience to support each other on our collective journeys. As time passed, Michelle and Keith realized their adventures helped shape many lives and get people back to living a full and intentional life after loss. Together they have taken groups to Machu Picchu, Bali, hiking the Tour Du Mont Blanc in Europe, and much more.
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For more information or questions please contact Info@My1FitLife.com
Experience Something New!
Travel will test yourself and push you outside of your comfort zone.
Expand Your Perspective!
Travel will allow you to see new places and meet new people. There is no one way to live life.
Live Your List!
Travel for those who can’t or were unable to. Live your life to the fullest!
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Travel Insurance FAQs
What is travel insurance
and how does it work?
Travel insurance is designed to help cover your expenses if something goes wrong on your trip, and fill any gaps that wouldn’t be covered by your primary health insurance or other insurance you may have. It’s not meant to be a substitute for health insurance and won’t cover non-essential overseas medical treatment, such as routine exams…..