FIRST POST! Today’s work space brought to you by @bakery_lorraine on Rock Rose. Scroll down for the review/ratings! . . . . Plenty of table space for those that need to spread out a bit. Good coffee and even better baked goods. The macarons and quiche are amazing. No issues with WiFi and the prices are reasonable. Only downside is since it is a restaurant as well, you get that traffic around lunch and noise level can get a bit high. Rating scale out of 5 Clean:☕️☕️☕️☕️ Menu:☕️☕️☕️☕️ Comfort:☕️☕️☕️ Quiet lvl:☕️☕️ . . #coworking #coworkinglife #dig#digitalnomad #digitalnomadlife #digitalnomad #futureofwork #goremote #homeoffice #laptoplifestyle #locationindependent #lovewhereyouworkfrom #nomadic #officeoftheday #remote #remoteoffice #remotework #remoteworker #remoteworkers #remoteworking #startup #telecommute #telecommuter #untethered #virtualculture #yonder #atx
22 1
Seek peace.
45 6
I love being able to work from home, but really what’s great about remote work is getting remote sometimes 🌤🌲 wandered around a park until I got service on my Hotspot and now “work” is pretty relaxing 😉 #remotework #telecommute #workfromhome #getoutside #mckenzieriver #rvlife #fulltimerv #fifthwheel #montanafifthwheel #rvers #rvlifestyle #traveltrailer #rvliving
35 0
So what if you aren't in the same office, or even in the same state...you can still have lunch together. It's a great team building activity. Plus, it's more fun to eat with company. #lunch #remoteteams #teambuilding #lunchbreak #remoteworkhack #telecommute #workfromhome remotework
7 0
I’ve learned, I am my happiest and most productive when I stay in my lane and not allow others to dictate what’s best for me and my family. We can’t all be everything and everything is not for everyone. Find what works best for you, and rock it until the wheels falls off. Your lane , your way.
56 3
Struggling with ways to make the best out of working from home? Try these 5 tips. They have proven to be such a help in my career, as a remote employee. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖Spending time outside of your home office is extremely important. Try planning a few lunch breaks outside your home office. Try working a few hours of the day standing. Great for improving circulation and clarity of thought. Keep a to-do list. Don’t just wing it. A list will help you stay on track of things completed and unfinished, which helps you to better schedule your time. Set boundaries! Make sure friends and family are aware of times when you are available and times when you need uninterrupted space. Ask for help! There is no shame in asking for help. It’s never too early, or too late to ask for help.
39 2