Top Places & Tips for Working from Anywhere
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Discover The Best Places & Tips to Travel and Working from Anywhere
For years, people have told us that they envy our lives. Our ability to travel the world and work anywhere is a hallmark, and probably the most enviable part of the "no-vacation" life we've created. Well, despite the unfortunate reason behind it, these dreams are coming true as remote work has become possible, even necessary, for many people.
Stanford research shows that 42 percent of the US workforce now works remotely full time.
Perhaps even more telling is the fact that many companies plan to allow their employees to work remotely permanently. Seattle-based Microsoft became the most recent face of this movement when it made exactly that announcement.
If your personal situation allows you to work remotely and this is something you wanted and found rewarding, why not do what we do?
Get out of your home office and work in dream destinations.
While it is possible to travel responsibly and comfortably, it does require a level of care, preparation, and caution that you can be prepared for. But if you're ready to travel and can commit to taking the necessary precautions to ensure your well-being and that of others, now may be the time to make that dream of working from a dream destination a reality.
Here are some places to consider.
That amazing place next to you
It's easy to forget that your dream destination is someone else's hometown or a weekend getaway. And the opposite is true. Don't discount places that are close to you simply because they are close. In fact, when testing the waters of working in a dream destination, those ideal locations that aren't far from home are a great place to start.
No matter where you are in the country, it has something like that that could easily meet your needs. Here in the Pacific Northwest, we write about traveling to some of our closest dream destinations. We love Bend, Oregon where we can get some work done and then go skiing and hiking. Or anywhere along the coast of the Olympic Peninsula, where we can see dramatic storms.
In the Northeast, consider stunning countryside or world-class beach destinations outside of New York City. Perhaps you can spend a few nice winter days in the idyllic cities of Vermont or New Hampshire. And don't even tell us about Bar Harbor, no matter what time of year.
For those from the southeast, the beaches are a great draw, of course. But what about the historic cities of Savannah or Charleston? Or imagine having plenty of time to explore the New Orleans food scene?
The point is, regardless of where you live in the country, there is a dream destination nearby.
We listen to you. You want to go back to Florida and all the sun and all the things to do there.
While there are reasons to be careful when traveling to Florida at this time, those crowded bars and crowded beaches are not to our liking, there are some aspects of the state that make it an ideal place for a large and remote work destination.
Florida locations (Orlando, Miami, Key West) are filled with great hotel rooms, villas, and vacation rentals (all of which can be booked directly on Expedia simply by selecting this as an accommodation type when searching for an area) that are perfect remote work base camps. And the prices are low enough that it is more financially feasible to stay for an extended period.
Again, we listen to you. You want to go back to California and all the sun and all the things to do there.
From San Diego to Crescent City and all, Palm Springs, Carmel, Napa, there is hardly any place in California that isn't a great remote work/travel getaway.
Again, we listen to you. You want to go back to Hawaii and all the sun and all the things to do there.
Hawaii is one of our favorite destinations for remote work because the time zone makes things simple (something to keep in mind when working remotely). Of course, as early risers, we always feel very productive because you can work with a latte mac nut in hand (everyone on the continent is up and running) finish early in the afternoon and you still have plenty of time to explore (or surf or eat ice scraping, or all three).
We will take a break before heading back to Hawaii, and to one of our favorite resorts in the world, the Grand Hyatt Kauai, but we would like to mention it due to its fantastic new testing system before we go. We love what they are doing and we can't wait to go back.
In closing, get creative about what your world of work will look like next year. And consider yourself lucky if you have a choice. Many of our key employees are less privileged and are exposed to the virus every day. So be sure to thank them wholeheartedly, do your part to protect their health and well-being, and give them good advice when you can.
We hope you enjoy watching this video about The Best Places and Tips to Work Remotely
Source: John Crestani
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