Imagine you’re living as a digital nomad (i.e. working as a freelancer while traveling) and suddenly all of your stuff gets stolen: laptop, phone, external HDD, that piece of paper where you wrote your 2FA recovery codes… everything! (but you still have your wallet, so you can buy new devices)
What kind of last resort backup would you have in order to be prepared for a situation like that?
I thought of having an encrypted file stored in an email account with no 2FA created just for that purpose. That would be a small file with just the essentials: password manager vault, 2FA authenticator backup, recovery codes…
I also thought of setting up a Raspberry Pi server on my parents’ house as an off-site backup. Recovering files would be just a matter of calling them up and asking them to turn it on.