Working from home basically means that you can work from anywhere, and many people are using workations to shake up their routine. If you’re thinking of embarking on one, finding accommodation is the first step that you’ll have to take, and these useful tips will help you make the right choice.
When working remotely, a good internet connection should be your no. 1 priority. You can work from local cafés or use an international SIM card, but expenses will pile up if you do this all the time, and that’s why you should always carefully read reviews and make sure that your accommodation has a good internet connection.
Working remotely requires a lot of concentration, and you’ll have trouble with this if you’re staying at a hostel. It’s much better to book an apartment or a room that offers some privacy so you wouldn’t be distracted. Having an office desk and comfy chair in your room always comes in handy.
Are you going to embark on a workation that only lasts a few days or stay in one place for a prolonged period of time? In case of shorter trips, Booking and Airbnb will do just fine, but you should look for a cheaper apartment that you can pay monthly if you’re staying for longer.