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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.

  • Pagely
    Currently operating out of a partly finished basement, but working on improving that. 😉
  • Workfrom
    It changes every day! We work from cafes, coffee shops, breweries, coworking spaces and even parks.
  • Formstack
    I work in a co-working space in Oklahoma City that a friend of mine curated. He owned a building and garages...
  • Tortuga
    Freedom to manage my schedule based on what works for me. Even companies with flexible hours end up conforming to a...
  • Dell
    There are so many benefits whether personal or professional. For me I’m able to take additional time to focus on...
  • Buffer
    I love being able to travel and visit family and friends around the world. The freedom to work from anywhere is...
  • Doist
    It’s difficult since I am very passionate about the work we are doing and I could spend all my time on it. Nevertheless,...
  • Qkids
    I love my work—in fact, this is not a job, it’s become part of my life, and I’m...
  • Ushahidi
    I get up early and do calls, because of my timezone. I try and be active on our chat service. I...
  • Project Ricochet
    I make time to exercise daily. I do ten miles on my bike each day at sunset on a bike trail...
  • AnswerFirst
    Be sure to have an active social life outside of the home. Even if you just do a routine walk through...
  • BELAY
    Finding and protecting a work-life balance is important for the remote worker to be able to disconnect. Tips for establishing a...
  • Inpsyde GmbH
    There is no one favorite business book, in each of many books is some wisdom in it.
  • Parse.ly
    Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg.
  • The Cheat Sheet
    The Tao of Warren Buffett
  • Edgar
    “Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass...
  • Vork Inc
    My leadership tips to myself: Focus on the end goal. Leaders lead. Be honest. Handy way to make decisions in a...
  • TeamGantt
    Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters. – Colossians 3:23
  • Ciao Bambino! Inc.
    Worst: The car on the side of the road. Best: Any Four Seasons Hotel.
  • Sococo
    I’m a pretty mobile worker, so I’d say I have always worked remotely no matter my location or job....
  • OnTheGo Systems
    After a big storm we had no power or Internet at home for a couple of days, so I had to...