By Julie-Ann Sherlock
I have been working remotely for over 7 years, and since my children are grown up, I am no longer tied to any particular place. This has allowed me to wander the globe at will (COVID excepting) while maintaining my work commitments. But, not everyone is as lucky as me—yup, I am a smug AF digital nomad!
But even if you can’t just throw your favourite shoes (yes, they are the most important things to pack!) and some clothes into a suitcase or backpack and just hit the trail, you can still enjoy a semi-nomadic lifestyle. As long as you can work remotely, you take a workcation.
What The Heck Is A Workcation?
These hybrid words that keep appearing are getting tiresome. We are sick of hearing about Staycations where we were encouraged to holiday at home. Now, the latest tourism buzzword is workcation.
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