My number one piece of advice for staying fit on the road??? Don't worry; I'm not going to make you read five paragraphs of research to tell you. I'm going give it to you straight. The secret is, you have to: GET WEIRD!!! Forearm planking in the hostel main room? Sneaking chia seeds in your morning muesli when you think no one is looking? A quick half pigeon stretch in the airport? All of these things are granted to get you some weird looks, but it's truly the only way. The w
I have roughly planned for four different continents of travel for the next 15 months, and after that I’m not too sure what I will be doing. I need to be as prepared as possible for anything. So what goes in the bag? The bag itself: -Osprey sojourn 25” 60L (awesome because it has wheels as well) -Incase laptop backpack Clothes: 1 Raincoat 1 Hoodie 1 Nicer sweater 2 Pair Yoga pants 2 Pair regular Pants 1 Pair of casual shorts 1 Pair workout-ish shorts 1 Dress 4 T-shirts 4 Tank
I spent months covering my self in deet insect repellent and cheap sunscreen everyday when I traveled through SEA a year ago, and it's just awful. Having nicer, organic products that don't hate your skin when you are traveling is well worth it. These are just a few of the products I use to feel not like a chemical wasteland while on the road. From left to right: Natural bug spray (yes it still keeps the bugs off!) Badger sunscreen Lavender salve (I get this from a local laven
Contemporary digital nomad. Working as a self-employed graphic designer while traveling the world. With no official home base, and just a laptop, I'm on a mission to live an alternative life of working while wandering.