Remote work can be isolating – but there are a few things you can do to stave off the loneliness and stay happy and productive.
What, really, is the smartest way to book a flight these days? It used to be a pretty simple task. Pick your airline, give them a call or head to their website, and book. Job done! These days, however, things have changed.
Screen-free time is now in such high demand that businesses are beginning to monetize it – offering paying customers off-the-grid, digital detox retreats and expensive “nearly screen-free” private school educations.
These days, it’s tough to avoid boarding a plane without a jam-packed itinerary of places to go, things to see and dishes to eat. Partly in reaction to this, some argue that “slow travel” is a better way to experience the world.
Remote work is becoming increasingly popular. And while working from home certainly has its benefits, it’s very easy to fall into the trap of isolation when you don’t have a traditional workplace.
How has business travel changed over the centuries? And what does this mean for the future of our travels? With large suitcases out, and minimalism in – can luggage’s past help predict its future?