Travel blog for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers
Few states can boast the wealth or opulence that California can, and nowhere is this more apparent than in its incredible market for high-end real
For friendly people, vibrant culture, good food and great networking opportunities, Vietnam is one of the best places in the world to be a digital
When you’re working remotely, is public Wi-Fi your greatest asset, or your greatest threat? Most of us don’t so much use public Wi-Fi, we rely
Technology plays a significant role in any digital nomad’s life, and one of the key features that makes this lifestyle possible is the consistent reliability
Putting together a highly effective sales team doesn’t just take superior instincts, informed by years of experience; it also takes an ongoing strategy for developing
The most popular travel destinations for Canadians are the United States, Mexico and Cuba. We’ve listed cities within those countries that are easy to get
The world is your oyster cliché rings truer now in the digital age. Live, work, and adventure virtually anywhere you please, even the most obscure destinations.
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 been scientifically proven that vacations make us happier, healthier, more productive people. So why aren’t we flocking to beaches and cottages by the number?
Remote work is becoming more commonplace than ever. Remote work increased 115% between 2005 and 2015, and the numbers are growing thanks to advances in
As a digital nomad, there are a few things you need out of your apps. First, you need apps that will help you with your
Can you be too careful? When you’re a female business traveler or digital nomad, not really. When you’re a stranger in a strange land, you