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Best Health Device for Fitness on the Road

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My family has become quite the road-tripping clan, even with a toddler. This month we returned from an 18-day trip that added 3,800 miles to our minivan. Road trips are one of my favorite topics to cover because there's so much involved from planning routes to unexpected stops to eating right and getting enough exercise. That last one, exercise, is where this post comes in. AT&T has started a road-trip conversation on various topics. After all, what better way to stay in touch on the road than with a company, like AT&T, that is trying to make traveling customers' lives  more enjoyable. AT&T offers a selection of accessories that make road tripping more pleasant -- think hotspots, selfie sticks, fitness trackers (keep reading for more on those), headphones, and, the most [Read more]

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