Practicing The Art of Self Care

Do you make time to practice self-care? Do you have a passion for staying healthy, energized, and ready to travel? 

If you’ve been hearing about self-care, you probably already have some ideas, practices, and strategies at play. Perhaps you’d like to boost your skills and become a real master in practicing the art of self-care.

Let’s jump in.

Traveling Like a Pro

Do you love to travel? Most likely, you are an avid traveler and thoroughly versed with the joys of exploring new places, getting beyond tourist traps, and wandering local markets. You know that nothing quite compares to the thrill of a sunrise in a new city or a stunning orange sunset over the ocean. 

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While you’re traveling, most likely you also have some tips that help you stay happy, healthy, and filled with energy. These self-care tips are ones that you’ve cultivated over the days, months, or years of travel. 

Get inspired for your next trip:

Working Remotely

Are you enjoying working remotely? If so, you have some self-care tips related to keeping good boundaries between work and play. While in your hometown, you might have been willing to give up nights and weekends to finish a project…when you’re in a remarkable setting; it’s a different story.

Many nomads find that working remotely in remote locations inspires them to new heights of creative productivity. When you want to explore a jungle trail, take a mountain bike ride in a remote setting, or climb to a hidden waterfall—you have an entirely different motivation. 

It’s the kind of motivation that inspires clear boundaries and work-life balance.


Not every form of self-care is focused on activity and adventure. For many people, activities that provide calm, internally focused time is reenergizing. 

This includes reading, studying, and self-reflection. Reading can help you learn new skills, new languages, and a new appreciation for local culture. Share books and favorite materials with fellow travelers. You may find that you have a whole new tribe of friends as you share the joys of readings with the people you meet.

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Many people enjoy journaling as a way to process feelings, understand emotions, and connect with the events of the day. Journaling is easy to do while traveling. You may enjoy the act of writing, sketching, and drawing by hand. 

Alternatively, travelers often find that practicing some kind of prayer, mindfulness, or meditation is extremely rewarding. The benefits include stress relief as well as cultivating a calm, resilient state of mind and body.

Lowering Stress

While a lot of people are passionate about the joys of travel, the reality is not all light and fluffy. Sometimes nomadic life can be stressful, especially if you encounter unexpected expenses or emergencies.

Many travelers like to have a bigger plan in place to cope with uncharted waters such as a major purchase or unplanned expense. If you’re near WiFi, you can do a quick search for loan places and get answers in minutes.

Depending on your specific financial needs, a personal loan may be helpful. These types of loans are often available in two forms: secured with collateral and unsecured. If you think that a personal loan could help you cover an unexpected financial emergency, check it out. It could be a practical way to reduce stress. It can help continue your joy of working, traveling, and living like a nomad.

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Relaxing On The Road

Regularly setting aside time to relax, stretch, and connect with yourself is a smart idea. Yoga is one activity that can help you connect with your body, calm your mind, and cultivate a sense of resilience. 

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The term ‘yoga’ comes from Sanskrit. It means ‘yoke’ or union. The gentle stretching moves help practitioners gain a sense of the union of body, mind, and emotions. 

Yoga encourages harmony and relaxation. It is ideal for traveling because you can do it in small places without a lot of equipment. If you have a mat, you can roll it out and get started. If you don’t have a mat on hand, you can use a bamboo mat or blanket. 


Research shows that volunteering is a great way to connect with other people. It is something that many nomads do to build a social network and improve social connections while traveling. You may be able to offer your professional services and skills to local communities. 

As you travel the globe, look for opportunities to share your skills. It can be enormously helpful to the communities you’re in, plus it can help you achieve better life satisfaction.

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