These days, more and more people are turning towards the remote work lifestyle, not just because of the pandemic, but because people are increasingly interested in prioritizing their wellbeing and having more of a work-life balance. For some, this simply means being able to work from home, but for others, it means traveling and working on the road or from a remote destination.
Fake Commute and Others Keys to a Successful Remote Work
With so many distractions coming your way, it can be hard to focus on the task at hand. If you’re a freelance writer or work in any writing capacity, you know how important it is to meet deadlines efficiently and consistently. Juggling this while working from home only makes things that much harder. But it doesn’t have to.
While finding a remote work-life balance between managing projects for your writing position and keeping your personal life in check can seem complicated at times, there are a lot of tried and true tips and tricks to help you out. You’d be surprised how some tweaks to your routine and adding on smart home technology devices can completely revolutionize your work-day flow.
Top Countries to Live In as a Remote Worker
While the digital nomad lifestyle was already gaining steam pre-COVID, more companies are now looking into the potential of long-term remote work, and even questioning the need to return to a traditional office space at all. [Read more…]
Celebrating Work Flexibility [Infographic]
Work flexibility has gone a long way in the past decade, with companies like FlexJobs leading the way. As many of you may know, we’ve been partners with them for a while now, and we believe in their mission to help workers find alternative, more convenient ways of making a living.
This year, they are celebrating their 10th anniversary, and we join them in looking back at the milestones in work flexibility – not only for freelancers in new media, design, and other niches, but also for company-employed individuals. [Read more…]
Best Cities for Telecommuters in 2013
With the growing popularity and use of the Internet, more and more people are sitting at their desks thinking: I could do this from home. Fortunately, company owners are also starting to realize the fact that many jobs can now be done at home through the Internet. This is especially true for writing gigs. This is known as telecommuting, and for those who have landing a telecommuting job, home can really be anywhere in the world.