Meet Nichole, another workationer! I was super excited to learn about Nichole’s story (Traveling with an infant! Listing their house on AirBnb!) and exchange workation ideas and tips with her. She and her husband, Daine, have agreed to let me share their family’s story here – many thanks to you both! How did you first … Continue reading An Interview with Fellow Workationers!
To make a workation work, you need to be able to stay in contact with your customers, employer, coworkers, etc. I've run into some internet issues in our travels, so here are my tips. Know your internet speeds ahead of time. Whether you're renting an apartment or staying with a friend, ask them their upload/download … Continue reading Staying Connected
We've been back from our London workation for nearly a month, and I swear these last few weeks have gone by faster than when we were in London! Maybe because it's been a haze of adjusting back, finishing up the school year, family/friend celebrations, and getting into the swing of summer. All super fun things, … Continue reading Lifestyle Changes After a Workation
If you've narrowed down your workation choice to a particular city (go here for ideas on narrowing your options), how to do you figure out where to stay in that city? Especially if it's a large one? First, a note on city size: We've only workationed in large cities, and that's by design. In Minnesota, … Continue reading Where to Stay in Your Workation City?
I'll admit, being a public relations consultant with clients spread out all over the U.S. makes it relatively easy for me to take a workation. Other than receiving emails in the middle of the night because of the time difference, I doubt most of them would even know I was working halfway around the world. … Continue reading Making Work Fit your Workation