Remote Work: Thoughts and Essays

Remote Work: Thoughts and Essays

Here are some of our top thoughts on remote work, written by Wayviator founder Curtis Duggan!

Remote work and local communities

Communities around the world have a new economic competition ahead of them — attracting remote workers.

Remote work will revolutionize the communities that embrace it
Every region, whether they know it or not, has a once-in-a-century opportunity to revitalize its economy by attracting remote workers.

Rise of the workation

It's not a vacation... but it's not a typical workweek. People will relocate temporarily to different locations around the world and take a 'workation'. Remote workers can now travel and see the world, without even using any vacation days!

The rise of the workation
When you can work from anywhere, where will you go?

How to become a digital nomad

Becoming a digital nomad might seem daunting — what does this word even mean anyway? Here are some things to think about if you want to hit the road and work remotely.

How to Become a Digital Nomad: 9 Things to Think About
In this post, we will go over various strategic and administrative topics that you need to think about in order to become a digital nomad.

Digital Nomadland: How backpackers and freelance workers evolved into a global movement

Curtis Duggan outlines some of the history of the digital nomad movement — where it's been and where it's going.

Digital Nomadland
Digital nomads are workers who have taken the concept that ‘most knowledge work can be done entirely from a laptop’, and leveraged that fact pragmatically to remove what was once one of the core tenets of a job — that you have to travel to a physical workplace.

How to prepare for a workation

Getting ready for a 'workation' doesn't have to be stressful — but there are some things to think about. Here's a few travel tips for your next workation.

How to prepare for a workation.
Travel tips you need to think about when planning a workation.