Living life on the edge is very fun. Being a digital nomad, we tend to roam around the world and work from our laptop. Even though this is quite fun and we ourselves have chosen this profession, many people tend to think it’s very easy. A nomadic lifestyle means being on your tippy toes always. One week in Thailand and another in the Bahamas.
In between all these traveling and work we tend to lose focus on one of the most important thing. That is our health. Being a digital nomad is basically being on a very long vacation. And most people don’t tend to take care of their health and skin like they should.
So today we will be taking a look at some of the beauty tips that a digital nomad should follow. Regardless, of whom you are, a beauty blogger or a regular blogger we are quite sure you will find these beauty tips very helpful.
1. Go workout:
Yup this is our first tips that you should ingrain inside your brain. This nomadic lifestyle can take a toll on your body especially if you don’t take care of it. Living in a foreign country and always traveling can mean eating a lot. For digital nomads trying out new things is an inherent trait. So we tend to eat a lot of new things and as a result, gain weight and fat faster than we realize.
Make sure you work out! No! The workout does not have to be very intense and eventful. You can take a walk before your breakfast and enjoy the benefits of fasted cardio. Or carry a jump rope with you, as it takes very less space and can do it anywhere. You can burn fat just by jumping ropes. So make sure you always active and don’t take your health for granted.
2. Take care of your skin:
As a digital nomad, we tend to care less about our surrounding. As we know the people we are meeting today won’t be the people we are likely to meet a month later. As a result, we don’t usually care how we look or whether there is a pimple on our face. Traveling and exploring also can mean lots of dust. As a result, you might end up with really bad skin. So if you are a digital nomad make sure you take care of your skin. Always moisturize and wash your face and body. You don’t want dead skin cell to clot in your pores. Try to exfoliate once in a while and stay hydrated to enhance your outer beauty.
3. Hydrate yourself!
As we just mentioned earlier to drink enough water, regardless, we can’t emphasize enough how much important staying hydrated is! Especially if you tend to have a lot of airtime, due to plane travel, your skin can get really dry at high altitudes. You will have a very flaky skin when you land and look very tired. Not only is drinking enough water beneficial for your skin but it is essential to living a healthy life. Enough water till ensure you are feeling energetic. Some of the benefits of staying hydrated are relief of fatigue, will flush out toxins out of your body, will promote weight loss, will boost your natural immune system, will prevent disease, and many more. So if you are into this nomadic lifestyle then make sure to be hydrated at all times.
4. Watch what you eat:
Yup, I know how hard it is to curb your food intake as a digital nomad. Who doesn’t want to sit by the pool working on their laptop sipping away chocolate milkshake filled with empty calories? But regardless, you need to make sure you are not overeating and also not under eating. Try to calculate how much calories you are eating and even if you are eating more than your maintenance calorie just burn it off by doing cardio. I know how hard it can be to track calories and macros. There are countless number of fitness apps out there that can help you track your macros and calories which will help you great deal to maintain a healthy body