I have always been a disciplined person and I enjoy routine. Increasingly, I find that making considered lifestyle choices around sleep, diet and exercise gives me the best chance of successfully tackling anything I put my mind to.  There has, though, always been one unavoidable duty that threatens to interfere with my hard-wired routine: business travel.  With at least 10 trips a year, including long haul to the US and Asia, feeling “below par” during a stay abroad — and even after I return — at one point seemed inevitable.  But no longer. One experimental trip to New York cracked it for me, and completely changed the way I travel for work.  My goal was to see if I could use a work trip to hit the “reset” button: to eat only plant-based foods, cut out sugar and alcohol, exercise regularly and get a good amount of sleep — a winning combination to avoid exhaustion, sluggishness and the affliction I generally describe as “foggy travel brain”. Could I ruthlessly manage this regime and my business schedule? New York seemed as good a place as any to try — it is, after all, a city obsessed with fitness, clean eating and wellness.  Reset begins at the airport, where — thanks to the gr...