It's a very primal and primitive lifestyle; there's no time to think about anything else. Spend all morning doing the tedious time consuming morning routines; breaking down & packing up camp, preparing to depart for the next destination, researching your route. Eating, stretching, rechecking gear, making sure you're equipped with food & water. If not figure out where the next access to resources is; push on until you reach more fuel. Regroup. You spend all day excerpting yourself physically, and all evening exhausting yourself mentally. Everything else, all that trivial bullshit, none of that exists. Wake up, explore, experience, live. Figure out something to eat. Figure out where you think you're going. Keep fluids in your body and bottles. Make sure you're bike and your body are working properly. Try and keep your stuff organized. Keep eating. Figure out where you're gonna sleep. Try and keep your body & clothes clean & dry. make sure you're set up before the storm hits. Make sure your things are secure. Eat, drink, try and relax. Be weary of predators, be prepared and equipped to deal with them. try to mentally unwind and physically decompress. Attempt to document the day. Wake. Repeat."