This is a series of posts about ‘how to live out of a backpack’ as a vagabond, minimalist, nomad, expat, traveler or for everyday life as a lifestyle.
Alright, I’m not “fat”, but I’ve also never been as fat as I am now. I’ve been too kind to my taste buds this past year and my physique is paying for it.
We can’t function without the concept of time, it’s all-encompassing, embedded in every aspect of our lives. But we can try harnessing it like a tool.
As a constantly revolving foreigner, the art of haggling is a most useful skill to master for necessity and practicality. A skill also valuable back at home.
“Early is On Time, On Time is Late and Late is Death.” is my own derivation of another quote I picked up during ops, this is what it means.
These are the tried, true and trained base methods of detecting deception for operatives in close proximity personal communication.
I’ve been variably using this ultralight clothing packing minimalist hack for as long as I’ve been vagabonding and it’s served me well.
I’m in the extreme minority as I don’t drink coffee and have cut it out of my life long ago for strategic and practical reasons, this is why.