With rising living expenses and the desire to explore the world, more people are engaging in the digital nomad lifestyle. According to a report on digital nomadism, northern Europeans make up a large proportion of remote workers— with British people making up 8% of those working while travelling. Being a digital nomad can be a rewarding experience, with some people staying in countries for as long as six months to a year.
Given the long-term stay, it’s important that digital nomads take good care of their health. It can be easy to get caught up in the environment and let yourself go in terms of exercise, diet, and other health habits. To keep you on track, here are some ways you can improve and maintain your health as a digital nomad.
Set health goals
When it comes to losing weight, many people set high goals and take