Long Term Travel: Renewal & Organizational Tips
Reset & Refresh for Long Term Travel
De-Grime Your Grooming Tools & Toiletries
Long Term Travel Requires A Quick Financial Checkup
No matter how much or how little money you have, this information can be used to better your current financial state. Even small, simple changes can make a difference.
Ask yourself…did you make frivolous purchases? Are you paying for things you don’t need? Maybe one of those free trials is now billing your credit card without you being aware of it.
Give Your Packed Towel a Good Sniff
Bacteria love towels, which is why I always carry my antibacterial microfiber quick-dry towel from Rainleaf. It’s one of a handful of essential items for Southeast Asia.
The telltale sign that you need to get a new towel is when it smells a little funky after it gets wet. In the meantime, wash what you have in hot water. Then, place it in a dryer if possible to kill any bad smell.
Organize Your Digital Life: The Best Long Term Travel Tip
Also, please back up all your online stuff. I work completely on iCloud Drive, so if anything happened to my computer or iPhone, all my files are safely in the cloud.
If someone hacks into your personal life, it could be disastrous. It is better to be on the safe side and protect yourself now.
Firstly, go change a bunch of the passwords to something new and obscure. With so many past data breaches, your passwords could very well be floating around our digital universe.
After, put all of them in a central, encrypted space. Applications like Microsoft OneNote are very useful for these purposes. If you’re a diehard Mac Notes user, you can change you’re settings to password-protect individual notes.