Sitting all day uses your mental energy, but let’s be honest – you are not moving much. Your exhaustion is mental, even though it feels the same way as physical. The movement generated energy that helped us keep focus, improved learning, and enhanced the attention.
Remote work is exciting, gives plenty of options and lets us live the way we want. But how about the climat crisis? Since I fly so often isn’t a grand vision of remote work saving the environment just a hypocrisy?
Spending time in nature has a profoundly therapeutic effect on thinking clarity, overall health, and is a surefire way to lower the stress levels and many more. And even if the fact that Steve Jobs was pretty insistent on walking meetings does not convince you to move I have a challenge that for sure will do!
While we were enjoying amazing places like Canada and Thailand my fiancée kept on telling me how amazing South Africa is. She extolled the virtues of a city that has both the ocean and mountains, and teased me with waterfalls, wineyards and the perfect steak. Fortunately, the opportunity has come to say “I call”.
In April my Fiance had to go on a business trip to Cape Town. We decided to take a chance and jumped on the plane to spend some time in South Africa. Since famous bloggers like Casey Neistat and I think alike we took a ride in a SealMobile to high five with sea dogs.
Remote work is a solution for many problems and a great opportunity, but it has some downsides as well. Loneliness is one of the biggest. Still you can use work out a few ways to keep your social life and get the best of remote work.
One of the advantages of remote work is that I don’t need to take time off to enjoy another part of the world. So when I got bored with crumbs and spilled coffee on my keyboard I decided to head to Switzerland, get my laptop some melted cheese and practice my amazing snowboarding skills.