Travel blog for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers
More and more people are moving away from the 9-5 job grind, and embracing the digital nomad lifestyle—and why not? It provides a sense of
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
You’ve likely heard many times that we live in a gig economy: a time of temporary and flexible work. This is great for those who
If you’re trying to find work with a little more freedom, try remote working! Find your next job on the best websites that list only remote positions!
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
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.
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
If you’re about to go work abroad for an extended period of time, you have to do way more than just fill up on the
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
The technological explosion of the last couple of decades has changed the way business is conducted in many industries, and the restaurant industry has been
If you’re like most of us, you have probably heard a catchy snippet of a song at some point or another. Maybe it was when
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.
With the advancements of technology, it’s becoming less necessary for companies to hire workers who commute to a physical location. One example is Uber—they’ve become
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
As technology advances, jobs are changing, and more and more people are deciding to eschew the traditional 9-5 job in favor of the digital nomad
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
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
Millennials make up the bulk of the workforce and have transformed the traditional expectations of the working world. The Internet connects the large post-baby boomer