Traveling is great, but it costs money; money’s great but it requires work. Scott Moses of Live Once Live Wild shows us not-rich people how to break out of the work trap and travel more.
After relocating to Mexico for work, and now running a destination coworking space, my life reveals what a lot of digital nomads are missing. By Miguel Guerrero.
There are minor inconveniences in leading a startup team while out of the office, but I can’t think of anything I would rather do with my life. By Karoli Hindriks of Jobbatical.
The site Women Digital Nomads did a roundup of the coolest coworking space in each state in the US. Here’s the infographic they put together.
Digital nomads: like tourists, they impact they places they visit – and that isn’t always a good thing. Ryan Chatterton of Coworking Insights examines the possibility of a more equitable digital nomadism, one that might even help us in these trying times.
It may sound difficult and expensive, but spending a year traveling and working actually is quite feasible, especially if you go as a group. That’s what we’re doing with coWork the World.
Workspace marketplaces like LiquidSpace, Share Your Desk, DesksNear.Me, SpareChair and more are vying to connect flexible workers with available workspace. What are they doing differently, and what role will they have in the future of work?
“I’m looking out the window now at the Andes mountains, a magnificent backdrop for the city of Santiago…” Globetrotting coworker Ashok Amaran introduces us to the Coworking Visa program, CoPass, and other services that enable coworkers to live and work anywhere.
Members of Utopic_US in Madrid traveled to the German capital to trade places with members of Betahaus in Berlin. Rafa Moreno of Spanish magazine Zona Coworking tells us what happened.