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How can I stay healthy as a digital nomad?


by @nomadaccountant | 6yr  | 16 comments

Please share your tips for keeping healthy while travelling. My 2 favourites, that have helped my out numerous times are:

  1. Probiotics to avoid stomach complaints (yakult, yoghurt, kimchi, etc)
  2. Red/raspberry fanta to settle stomach issues. May not work all the time but a couple of bottles of red fanta early on has not failed in settling my stomach.
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@lachicnomad | 5yr
  1. Lots of sleep or an afternoon nap.
  2. A standing desk when working so you can alternate between sitting and standing
  3. Sneaking in a workout wherever you can (take stairs instead of lifts, walk everywhere if possible, stretch often)
  4. Hydrate and eat regular meals, small portions but balanced (enough fruits, veggies and less processed foods)
  5. Take care of your mind (meditate, yoga, happy songs, do what makes your mind happy)

Hope that helps :slight_smile: and I agree with you with the probiotics.

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I actually eat street food at least once a day and love it!

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@wanderingdev | 6yr

Street food can be healthier than restaurant food, depending on where you are.

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@eduardoborges | 6yr

Just avoid street food, do some in-house workout and the most important: use condoms! :slight_smile:

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@kfk | 6yr

On food: keep it simple, no restaurants, something you can prepare fast. My day diet is: 1 apple + some peanut butter, 4-6 slices of Wasa, 200gr of good quality salumi, eggs, some cheese. My evening diet is: ~0.5kg of fresh vegetables in a salad, 100-150gr of meet or fish. Thatโ€™s the same everyday, excluding Sundays when I take some breaks from it.

Itโ€™s low carb, you donโ€™t have to go low carb, but the main idea here is that if you keep it simple you make it easy for you to: 1) create a habit of eating healthy food; 2) create a habit of eating less or enough; 3) have food available throughout the day in almost any situation; 4) get less food poisoning(?)

Then once or twice a week take a break, go to a restaurant, eat something you like. Every few weeks, take few days of break to eat โ€œnormalโ€.

On exercise: go to a gym and spend 3 to 4 hrs a week there focusing on fundamentals. Or do 2 hrs of gym and 1-1.5 of running. I think if you leave in a place for longer than a week, you should be able to find a gym and a place to run.

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Lots of variety in these ideas. I struggle to stick with any regimented plan so maybe its best to sample everyone elseโ€™s ideas on a 2 week roster!

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A good dose of healthy greens and antioxidants every day. I like these packs as theyโ€™re slimline and easy to pack-
http://bioglan.co.uk/products/superfoods/supergreens

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@kangasjuha | 6yr

If you need to go somewhere that takes you less than an hour to walk just do that rather than other options. Try to apply it everywhere. See it as saving yourself some money. Besides, you might see new things as you do so. Change routes for variation if itโ€™s a walk you do everyday.

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@anon82020850 | 6yr

Neila Reyโ€™ s website (http://darebee.com/) has a massive amount of body weight exercises which are ideal for nomads or travelers. Eveything is free and she even sketches all the exerices herself. And she published new workouts every single day.

She is super-awesome! :smiley:

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@levelsio | 6yr

I use the 7-minute work out app on my iPhone. Itโ€™s not perfect but since itโ€™s all full body exercises, it means I can do it anywhere. I do cycles of 3. So thatโ€™s a 21-minute intense work out, which is decent.

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@kevit | 6yr

The same way works for me. I drink Coke each time when I should eat something strange. I suppose this effect caused by Phosphoric Acid

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@ani_goes_tweet | 6yr

Regular exercise and healthy diet (fresh vegetables, organic wherever possible - Iโ€™m a vegetarian so meat doesnโ€™t figure into it).

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@nickdanforth | 6yr

Less alcohol, more water.

Simpler, fresher meals (loads of fresh fruit in SEA).

Some sort of exercise 3-5 times per week.

Sleep 7-10 hours a night.

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@ibobriakov | 6yr

Drink less alchohol, coffee and black tea. Drink more green tea instead.
Qi Gong practice - this one is really a cool method to learn relaxation skill, which is essential for well-being.
Eat a good food.
Try to go to sleep not very late.

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Drink less! I am working on it slowly, the ice in the beer in Thailand is helping me stay hydrated thoughโ€ฆ

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@skatkov | 6yr

So far, iโ€™ve been focusing on 3 things to stay healthy:

  • Drink less alcohol
  • Consume Omega 3
  • Do some fitness/workouts (usually running for me)

So far so good, iโ€™ve only had issues if i would stop practicing any of above rules :slight_smile:

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Hi everybody. I live and work in Germany and want to go to Canary Islands for 6 months to work from there. I'm going to keep my current job, just change the "home" in the home office part of things. Are there any tax issues I have to be aware of? I was reading about becoming a residence after 183 days, thus having to pay taxes there plus my employer having to register there. Does anybody know how it works exactly? Thanks a lot!

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International number & internet?

 

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Has anyone figured out a way to get setup with a virtual number and internet connection anywhere you go?

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Most Walkable Neighborhood / City In The World ?


by @dannybooboo | 8d 8 days ago | 0 comments

I love living in walkable areas of town. I can always find them. But now I'm wondering where in the world are the most walkable places? I'm imagining walk streets (no cars), zoning allowing both business and residential, parks or beaches ,etc.

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Chiang Mai accommodation


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Can anyone recommend a good accommodation website for Chiang Mai?

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Is anyone travelling right now?


by @viktor | 16d 16 days ago | 3 comments

Winter is coming and Iโ€™m feeling the ache of travelling after being stuck in the same place since the Pandemic started. Wondering if anyone is travelling right now? If so, where are you currently located and how is the situation where you are?

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Anyone up to explore some city which is kinda virus safe?


in Bangkok, Thailand by @germanrobert | 16d 16 days ago | 2 comments

Hello World!

I'm an experienced Digital Nomad and after being in Lockdown in Bangkok and Germany for one year I would like to team up with someone to visit a new place. Or just doing some exchange about what destinations would be interesting currently.

I take the virus seriously and still I think we can still be able to take our life in our own hands. So I'm aiming for cities/countries which are not in full lockdown, are not too complicated about immigration (I'm looking at you Thailand, your state quarantine costs like 1k USD and is basically a prison) and is also rather safe regarding the virus. I tend to stick for rather big cities and like culture. I'm not a beach or nature person. I'm pretty flexible about the money topic.

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Holร  ! What's the internet / wifi situation in Sayulita ?


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After being told it's unworkable in Puerto Escondido, looking for alternatives :)

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How to find accomodation in Las Palmas, Canary Islands


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Hi, we are trying to find a house to rent for 2-3 persons near Las Palmas for 4-5 months at the moment and it seems to be almost impossible except through Airbnb which is super expensive. Any advises or local contacts?

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If you're American but live in Guatemala, do you still count as American for travel purposes?


in Guatemala by @chasindreams | 1mo 1 month ago | 0 comments

What I mean is, for example, since most of the EU has banned Americans, if I live in Guatemala and will be traveling FROM Guatemala to the EU, could I get in? Or does the ban count for all Americans regardless of where they live?

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Ukraine Residency


in Ukraine by @reticle | 1mo 1 month ago | 1 comment

I have a slightly above average US income which I can work remotely from paired with a $1000 a month income stream and more than enough to purchase a middle end Flat in Ukraine. Does anyone with knowledge of this process have any advice to acquire a reliable way to stay in the country?

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Are co-working spaces a good way to meet people in a new city?


by @donaldbough | 1mo 1 month ago | 1 comment

My fiancรฉe and I are most likely moving to NYC (maybe DC) in August, and as a technical startup co-founder I'd love to meet new people that are also into startups. Would joining a co-working space be worth the money to do this?

I work for a big tech company that has an office in NYC, but it's mainly sales so I wouldn't be able to meet others that are related to any of my 9-5 work or likely into tech.

If co-working spaces, post covid of course, aren't a good way to meet business starting people in a new city, what is?

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Are there any digital nomads in the Islands e.g Bermuda, Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis?


in Antigua, Guatemala by @momo11 | 2mo 1 month ago | 3 comments

Does anyone ever travel to any Islands like Bermuda, Barbados, Barbuda and St. Kitts & Nevis?

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Is La Gomera a nice place to stay?


in Norway by @kvarsten | 2mo 1 month ago | 1 comment

Hi, my name is Eric and I am a remote worker from Norway. Me and a friend is flying into Gran Canaria on Friday and spending two weeks in San Agustin on the south side of the Island.

After that we are pondering about staying in La Gomera. Does anyone of you have an experience staying there or are there anyone of you staying there now? :)

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Is there a map of countries open for travel now?


in Russia by @vernon99 | 3mo 2 months ago | 8 comments

I have two passports from different countries and am trying to understand where can I travel now. Is there a publicly available map of countries open for visitors by passport country that I can use to see what are my options? I was pretty sure such a thing should exist, but cannot easily find any.

Maybe at least there're maps for specific passports? Mine are Russian and American.

If there's no such thing, I'd be down to build one, let me know if interested to collaborate :)

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Any good coliving or other monthly rentals in Seville?


in Seville, Spain by @antoine_th | 3mo 2 months ago | 0 comments

Hello Everyone

I'm planning to stay in Seville for 6 weeks for mid January - end of February. Do you any recommandations for a coliving or a place to live in?

Thanks ๐Ÿ™

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Are restaurants, cafes and malls working in Mexico City taking into account COVID situation?


in Mexico by @thateverdmitriy | 3mo 3 months ago | 1 comment

I am planning to travel to Mexico City next weekend and stay for 7-10 days there. I wonder if cafes, stores and other places like these work? And if cafes work, do they work as usual or only for take away&delivery? Will be very thankful if someone can help here.

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Where do I get good legal advice/support to have a long-term stay in Portugal?


in Lisbon, Portugal by @mzorrilla | 4mo 3 months ago | 4 comments

Hello, everyone!

My idea is to stay as low as 6 months and as long as a year (maybe, who knows) over Lisbon after doing some analysis from many cities in Europe.

I'm an Argentinian and Chilean (both nationalities) so... no Euro-pass for me (getting my Italian nationality could take 2 years easily). I'm also a remote worker and I have a really good income (I work for a Silicon Valley company) so I can show more than enough resources to stay in the country.

Everything I see online doesn't inspire me much confidence (most sites looks a bit scammy) and this is not a "vacation stay"... I want to be clear my head far away from Argentina right now. If someone has a good website, recommendations, etc I will super appreciate.

Thanks in advance!

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How do I get Travel/Medical Insurance for Portugal for visa application from Australia?


in Portugal by @jonathanpoh | 4mo 4 months ago | 5 comments

I'm preparing my Portuguese D7 long-term visa application and one of the required documents is proof of travel insurance with medical coverage. However, as an Australian citizen, if put that as my country of residence in many travel insurance companies' quick quote forms, I'm unable to get ANY insurance coverage at all because of the current travel ban out of Australia, and the Australian govt's 'Do Not Travel' advice to ALL countries. I know that Aussies are applying for, and successfully getting visas from the Portuguese Consulate here, so where and how are they fulfilling this insurance requirement if insurers aren't selling any coverage? Does anybody know or have any ideas?

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Video chat coworking solutions?


in Brazil by @essentiallyint | 4mo 4 months ago | 2 comments

I am new to working out of coworking spaces. My business entails a lot of video conferences. I haven't chosen a specific coworking space yet but generally, what are the potential solutions for this? I have a microphone and headphones but still fell like it may be inconsiderate to take the calls anywhere in the coworking space. For a solo person, what are some general solutions? Are there usually options to rent a private room by the hour with just enough room to set up my microphone and laptop? Sidenote: any coworking space recommendations in Florianapolis, Brazil would also be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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Any nomads in Arizona, US?


in Netherlands by @info132 | 4mo 4 months ago | 0 comments

Hi guys,

After the Netherlands, the Bay Area, Colorado and being on the van life for 8 months, I am now in Sedona, AZ with a few other digital nomads. We are sharing a home here and are wondering if there are more like minded people in the area.

We do a bunch of hikes and campouts in the northern of Arizona. If you would like to connect with us, please do so :)

Val

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