Thanks to the folks from Roam, you can do just that. It sounds appealing. To find out more, check out: Forget Coworking—These Coliving Spaces Let You Travel the World For $1,800 a Month – Dwell
Your home office may never get near to any of the ones in this piece,
25 Home Office Designs & Decorating Ideas — Dwell – Dwell, but it’s nice to dream and get inspiration, and that article can help there. The image above is one of the more modest ones. But hey, go check it out and steal some ideas.
If you would like to work from home all the time, then you owe it to yourself to go here: Remote Jobs: Developer, Design, Writing, Customer Support & More
Lots and lots of jobs you can apply for that let you work remotely. Worth a look!
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Ok, work doesn’t always suck, and sometimes it can be really great. But it sucks more often than it should. If you wonder why, these links can help you gain some perspective and insight.
- Why Workers Are Losing to Capitalists – Bloomberg– Not promising
- How to Maintain Your Sanity (and Be Productive) When You Work Alone • Jocelyn K. Glei– Those who work at home, take note.
- Meet the Developer Who Made Games for Three Years While Living on the Streets – Motherboard – If you feel you need motivation in a difficult work situation, read this
- Motivation is Overvalued. Environment Often Matters More. | James Clear – on the other hand, there’s this.
- Pocket: I Quit My Job to Live in a Tent and Write Code – more on working in difficult situations.
- The pursuit of loneliness: how I chose a life of solitude | Society | The Guardian– more for those who would rather work and be alone
- You Probably Need a Public Portfolio Even If You’re Not a Freelancer or a “Creative”– good advice, especially for people that think they need no such thing.
- I’m Ira Glass, Host of This American Life, and This Is How I Work – Glass provides some inspiration here.
- Can a company innovate without working its employees to death? – The Washington Post– You would HOPE so.
- A cycle of exploitation: How restaurants get cooks to work 12-hour days for minimum wage (or less) – The Globe and Mail– depressing but essential reading.
- The Simple Technique To Fit A 40-Hour Workweek Into 16. | Fast Company– and here is the opposite extreme.
- I worked in a video store for 25 years. Here’s what I learned as my industry died. – Vox– good insight for those in a threatened industry.
- Working with the Chaos Monkey– help for those dealing with chaos monkeys (I have recently).
- The secret to success: take risks, work hard, and get luck– obvs.
- The Shame of Work – New Rambler Review– hmmm.
- Final Frame: Office Propaganda | Apartment Therapy – Finally, a light link after all that.
(Image from the last link)