The digital nomad/coworking/freelance lifestyle is one that provides freedom of space and time, which means you can choose your own timezone and your own hours. The practice is often one of hit-and-miss, as factors like insufficient wifi, less-than-satisfactory accommodations, and bad weather can ruin your plans for a working vacation. A recent Forbes article about remote work features interviews with industry experts, who gave their thoughts on the best destinations for digital nomads and freelancers alike. Check out the list below.Read More
With more and more people choosing jobs that allow them to work remotely, becoming a digital nomad has become much more popular. But travelling alone can be both daunting and lonely -- especially when it becomes difficult to find decent wi-fi. The solution comes in the form of coworking travel companies that allow you to see the world and not have to worry about the details.
For a fixed fee, these companies offer a private room, a coworking space and anywhere from a handful to dozens of travel buddies who will serve as both your personal and professional network. If you are travelling with a partner or spouse, most companies will offer a discount.
We scoured the Internet to find the following coworking travel companies. Know of one that you don’t see on our list? Tell us about it in the comments below!Read More
Many people dream of the ability to work from anywhere, and imagine themselves telecommuting from a condo in Thailand one month and cafe hopping in London the next.Read More
We've officially entered "gig" culture, with more people turning toward freelancing, personal branding and entrepreneurship. That means that people are often on the go, going from client meeting to client meeting. Coffee shops have become the go-to stop in between, where people can get a jolt of caffeine and get some actual work done. However, coffee shops can be crowded and noisy. A New York-based company wants to provide Londoners with a new option while making use of the city's iconic red phone boxes.Read More
Envision your college campus. Did you live in the dorms? Were there constantly extra curricular activities going on in addition to your everyday classes? I don’t know about your school, but at mine that is how it worked. If you weren’t in class, you were forming a study group with people in your classes. If you weren’t studying, you were participating in an intramural sport. Imagine going back to that life (minus the craziness of being in a foreign place in your foreign 20s). What was it like to have that constant collaboration? Would it be more fulfilling to live with a group of like-minded individuals?Read More
If you are an independent contractor and can work from anywhere in the world, you know how to create multiple zones in your home or office for concentration, creativity, and even for fun. Even though working at home and being alone most of the time may be convenient and efficient, there are definitely times that call for collaboration.Read More