Travel blog for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers
Thanks to technology like project management software and video conferencing systems, remote work can be done more easily, effectively, and efficiently than ever before. Being
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
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
You’ve heard it before: communication is key. The ability to do daily or weekly check-ins as well as discuss problems as they arise is a
While there are many enticing reasons to pack up your stuff, book a plane ticket to a far-away land, and start your life anew as
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!
You need to get your phone ready for your trip abroad. It’s not enough to charge it to full-battery and shove it in your carry-on
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
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
If Mark Zuckerberg being questioned by congress proved anything, it’s that old politicians know nothing about the internet. However, in 2016, most of the attendees
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.
Many people want to travel, but it is hard to sustain a life of travel without also working. That’s why the digital nomadic lifestyle is