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  1. Volunteer working through sites/organisations like wwooff and helpx. Gets you a place to stay and food in exchange for some work. Be sure to check the conditions and terms of your employer beforehand. If you're into camping and hiking, nordic countries and i guess many other countries too have "everyman's rights", which allow pretty liberal camping, depending on the country in question. Stealth camping is also an option, if you're low on funds. Just remember; "A serious tramp leaves a clean camp." I think the nordic countries are perfectly suited for an IN - hassle free, easy traveling with great outdoors to get lost in. The drawback is that they are very expensive, even if you buy just the basic necessities.
  2. I sit down and shut up.
  3. How can anyone enjoy the present when perceiving it takes many milliseconds? I find solace in the present while doing something that I'm completely immersed in, which happens too rarely. Practising meditation seems to make getting to a flow-state somewhat easier.
  4. Playing Binding of Isaac, Cave Story and Botanicula on my laptop, while on the road.
  5. Rye porridge with garlic.
  6. Tap water with MSM and creatine.
  7. Eluvium - Prelude for time feelers
  8. Dream Theater - Blind Faith
  9. Maybe take a long walk and let your subconcious work over the problem, or concentrate on finding out more about the possible consequences of your choices. Or maybe both. I find making a mindmap or other type of note of the problem and its possible outcomes helpful. Make a list of all the possible and even unlikely advantages and disadvantages of different scenarios, think up the absolute best outcomes and the absolute worst ones. There's my two cents.
  10. Staring at a fire in a fireplace. A swim in a cold lake. Picking a bucketful of blueberries.
  11. Thank you. Yup, that's right. Here's a funny horse-game to add content to this post: http://www.foddy.net/CLOP.html