The middle of the mountains, you are often difficult to reach by phone. Not so handy for your colleagues, your relations and for yourself. If you are difficult to reach, let your colleagues know in good time. Or put it in your calendar and email signature, for example. 5. A good workplace A decent desk and good chair are nice for your working posture. Also, a power outlet nearby is very handy. 6. A peaceful environment Make sure you can do your work undisturbed and don't book a noisy apartment.
The busiest street in a city and have to rely Executive List on busy (work) cafes. Although you can also work fine with noise canceling headphones. 7. Headphones Nothing is more annoying than your colleagues who cannot hear you well in a meeting due to disturbing background noise. Or an entire workspace that should benefit from your work meeting. 8. The right cables If you like to connect a screen, don't forget to bring the right cables. I also bring an adapter for a fixed internet cable for my Apple, just in case.
Workcation Alike on laptop How do you find a good workplace abroad? Actually, that's not difficult at all. There are many blogs, websites and Instagrammers that preceded you and so there is a lot to be found about great workplaces around the world. My favorites? The blogs of Meetings in the Sun and the book Work Hard Travel Harder by 'Free Girl' Suzanne van Doujin. If you find it difficult where to start, I'll help you on your way here: Decide for yourself whether you want to sit somewhere alone or with others.