Travel blog for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers
Some say that sitting is the new smoking. Think about it, the human body was never designed to sit in a stationary position all day
Over the last few years, Slack has grown from an interesting curiosity to the go-to communication tool for 65 of the Fortune 100 companies. They
Budget friendly Peru offers everything from hiking adventures to charming colonial cities. Read this article to find the top five places to explore in Peru.
Who hasn’t fantasized about leaving their home life behind to pick up in a new and exciting country, and reinvent themselves? On the one hand,
These days, you’re more and more likely to see a young couple head out to a destination than stay put for large traditional ceremony. There
The modern 40-hour workweek seems to have existed forever even though it has existed since 1940. Every day employees get into the office for 9
Can not being in the office every day hurt your career? Does working remotely lessen your perceived importance? The answer to both of those questions
Communication in the workplace has long been a problem since the development of the 9-5 workday. Your choice to spread a companywide message was a
Online meetings can be just as dreadful as in-person ones but has the bonus of jumping back into bed immediately after if you’re working from
It’s the age of the digital nomad lifestyle and more people are opting to ditch traditional 9-5 jobs to embrace anywhere in the world as
If you didn’t see the iPhone 4’s new hotspot feature as a game changer in 2011, you didn’t have to work remotely. It’s that simple.
Having the right tools is crucial to do your best work in any job, especially if you are a digital nomad. Whether you are switching