I’ve been eating a Paleo diet for more than 3 years now and I still think it’s the closest thing to magic when it comes to dieting and healthy eating. It completely resolved my chronic sinus infections that lasted over 20 years within 4 weeks. In addition, it gives me more energy during the day; after a bad night of sleep, I can still be somewhat productive the next day; it helps you make faster progress with your strength training; and as a side note, even hangovers don’t hold the same punch anymore…
Unfortunately, all of these very good reasons are not the usual reason as to why people start a Paleo diet – let’s face it, you just want to lose these love handles.
For me, living a digital nomad lifestyle goes hand in hand with being a minimalist. After all, what’s the point of being completely location indenpendent, i.e. free as a bird, if you are constantly carrying two major suitcases and a monstrous backpack around? More stuff just weighs you down, and that’s the opposite of being as mobile as possible.
However, that doesn’t just go for the things that you carry with you; it also applies to the environment and the equipment needed for certain key activities in your life – such as keeping fit. “Normal” people join a gym, because for some reason, they feel like they NEED a special place to work out, they NEED a wide range of equipment, they NEED to wear certain clothes while doing so, etc. And of course, in order to do all of that, they need enter an agreement with the gym owner in the first place, further binding them to one place.