Welcome to the Co-Working Space!

Ah, the joys of remote work, or, what I like to call, bringing your laptop with you when you pee.

But, in all seriousness, remote work has been a game changer for me. Not only has it allowed me to travel the world, it’s let me set a schedule that’s flexible and can account for fluctuating energy levels.

Whether you want to travel the world working remotely from your laptop, or you simply want a work schedule that adapts well to your lifestyle, this is the place where we’ll come together to get stuff done. And it’s always easier to hit your goals when you’re doing it with other people.

Remote work can get lonely, especially when you first start out. I remember starting my remote work career in London where I already didn’t know anybody. Joining a co-working space made me feel sane again – there were other people doing what I was doing – and succeeding! It also provided accountability for setting and reaching my remote work goals, whether that was landing a new client or finishing a blog post, having a community around me always helped me do more.

But perhaps the biggest benefit of a co-working space? I could leave my laptop at my desk when I had to go to the washroom.

Below are resources to help you out on your remote work journey. Don’t forget to take a break and head to the yoga studio when you’re done!

The Nomadic Art of Budget Travel

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Paddling my own canoe (literally!)

At the end of August, I went on my first solo canoe trip. I used to love going on trips as a kid. Sailing through the backcountry always felt like a grand adventure. But, having been living abroad and...

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The Chronically Ill’s Prayer for a Job

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Introducing: Dating A Broad

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A day in the life of a nomadic yoga teacher

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The Wellness Guide to Bansko, Bulgaria

Bansko is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. In the summer there’s plenty of hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. In the winter, the town fills with ski bums hitting the slopes or...

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Does Location Affect Your Health

Does where you live affect your chances at living a long and healthy life? Scientists are beginning to see evidence that yes, it does. There is an island in Greece where inhabitants are known to live ...

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