Why I work remotely (hint: it has nothing to do with productivity).
Jason Zimdars

Thanks for sharing this Jason, what a heartwarming article. I feel so fortunate to have the privilege to work remotely and travel, but of course it’s a totally different lifestyle to working remotely from home when you have kids. That difference alone must have its own variety of ups and downs.

For me, I find it can be challenging being away from home at times and missing friends and family. On top of that, not having a place I can call home can be exhausting at times, particularly when I’m feeling sick or tired from working and hopping around. On top of that, when you work remotely, it’s much more important to set a clear work-life boundary. I find even now I’m still adjusting and have found myself experiencing burnout because I can work anytime and often do.