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.
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.
In my home, in my Country – New Zealand. Sure, there’s some cool places in the world, but I’m lucky enough to live in a stunning place and with the Covid causing choas, I choose here. There’s a reason we call it Godzone. pic.twitter.com/ozJgxIR4qV— StephT (@st3ph007) August 19, 2020
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, @Canada— Rod11 (@rod11) August 19, 2020
Nature, culture, diversity, reasonable cost of living, skiing, hiking, sailing, good schools, safe, very low Covid-19 numbers, sane government, nice people, pretty good beer.
(Vancouver Island is way cheaper than Vancouver itself.) pic.twitter.com/QskG7SqoBn
The island of Menorca (Spain) hands down pic.twitter.com/BKVJyEdSOH— Diego Llamazares (@diegollamazares) August 19, 2020
Maldives 😀 pic.twitter.com/hsktqnjfpl— Amir / ISUCCESS (@amir_bs) August 19, 2020
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.
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.
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.
8. This pun for international remote workers.