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    Learn a bit more about some of the great people who answered the Remote.co Q&As as they share some of their remote worker insights and anecdotes on work-life balance, remote work environments, and more.

  • FMTC
  • AirTreks International
    Most of the time I work from an office in my house in Arizona. This is a picture of that office....
  • Toptal
    I use a MacBook Pro, external monitor, iPhone, iPad, lab notebook, whiteboard, and good office chair. I usually work somewhere with...
  • Blossom
    With the flexibility I have right now, I can take care of my daughter way better than before. I’m able...
  • Coalition Technologies
    A combination of the perfect work environment and perfect coworkers. In a remote position, I’m able to enjoy my work...
  • BELAY
    Living in the metro Atlanta area, it’s hard not to mention traffic. The increased productivity from eliminating commutes is a...
  • FlexJobs
    Every day is about choices. There are always things that I’m giving up. It might be the opportunity to finish a project before ...
  • Remote Year
    Managing work-life integration is an ongoing effort. I personally find looking at larger time scales—months instead of weeks, for example...
  • Codebusters, Inc.
    I have a home routine with plants and animals, so I schedule in such a way that I can accommodate my need to stretch...
  • Melewi
    Go to a remote location once in awhile –  a place where there is no Internet so that you can at least...
  • Mavens
    Have a separate space and avoid using your work laptop for anything except work. When you have finished work, close the...
  • Bright!Tax
    I have a room where I work, a home office. When I enter the room then I’m working, and when...
  • iDoneThis
    “The Progress Principle” by Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer is one of the most important books for our business. The two researchers — and investors...
  • AgileBits
    Getting Real, 37signals
  • World Wide Web Hosting
    I can’t narrow this down to one, so I’ll name a few. ...
  • Plex
    A friend in human resources once told me that she measures the health of an organization by how helpful its people...
  • SitePen
    Development is always prone to pitfalls and hiccups, and as consultants we often operate on deadlines.  When kicking off a new...
  • CloudPeeps
    Trust that everything in your career will work out the way it should, and that you can’t stuff it up...
  • ICUC Social
    Great question! I love taking my laptop and finding a great, local restaurant (with wifi and outlets) for an extended lunch once each week....
  • Groove
    Best is from any beach 🙂 Worst is probably the floor of any airport.
  • Universal Mind, Inc.
    I haven’t encountered any bad remote locations yet. Best, would be working from a sailboat.