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Working remotely is great, but trying to find good places to do it while traveling is a pain. Hunching over a computer in bed wearing PJ’s all day isn’t really a long-term solution.
Coffee shops are a popular option, providing both the need for caffeine and some background buzz. They’re not ideal for those needing peace and quiet, though, and with so many other people around, Wi-fi speeds often leave a lot to be desired.
In 2016, a stunning 35% of the US workforce was made up of freelancers, with many working outside the traditional office environment. With the number of remote workers expected to rise even higher in the future, there’s clearly a need for good temporary workspaces. What are your options?
I’ve written a comprehensive article here with ten more and lesser known alternatives to find your perfect remote office. How about house-sitting or public libraries, for example?
What are some of the best, or most unusual, places you’ve found to work from on the road?