Roundup No. 9: Bon Voyage to Big City Cubicles

R

Howdy, Remote Work Tribe! As the last few days of August trickle by, we hope you’re hitting all of those monthly goals you’ve been working so hard on—or dreaming of a really good vacation.

Dog typing on keyboard with text saying busy

While it’s no surprise to most of us here, the COVID-19 pandemic has revolutionized the perception of the remote workforce. More specifically, the majority of the population is beginning to realize you don’t need to live in a big city to work at a major corporation.

So, one Twitter user presented a great question to the rest of the Remote Work Tribe.

With endless remote work possibilities, responses poured in with some of the most beautiful and outright swoon-worthy locations. 

So, if you were given the chance, where would you work remotely? Big city or remote island? Tweet us your dream location @RemoteWorkTribe. But before you take off, check out what went down on Twitter and TikTok this week.

Baby reading book quickly

The Tribe’s Weekly Vibes

1. This eye-opener for remote work nonbelievers.

2. This moment of directing needed attention to the true powerhouses of marketing. 

3. This productivity booster with a side of choreography. 

@abbzbon

dance breaks are the new lunch breaks – WFH part 25 ##workfromhome ##wfh ##WhatsUpDocChallenge ##SportsAreBack dc: @xicyindii

♬ Laffy taffy Remix flyboyfu vocals produced by Adub – waikiki_fields

4. This needed conversation involving the deep desire for flexibility in the workplace.

5. This moment of gratitude for the power of Google.

7. This accidental musical Zoom ensemble. 

@greeneggsnkam22

When you forget to hit mute on Zoom 😅 ##fy ##workfromhome ##zoom ##backstreetboys ##mistake ##quarrantine ##summer2020

♬ original sound – console_kiing

8. This pun for international remote workers.

***

What’s new in your remote role this week? Tag us over on Instagram, @TheRemoteWorkTribe, or on Twitter, @RemoteWorkTribe, for a chance to be featured on our next weekly thread!

Team High Five - The Remote Work Tribe

Add comment