A GLOBAL MOBILE MOTHER’S DAY

Global mobile citizens, naturally, have a different Mother’s Day experience than they would in their home country. First, it’s not celebrated on the same day. Last week was Mother’s Day in the Czech Republic. It passed with a whisper. Nothing like Mother’s Day in the United States celebrated at mythic proportions, fueled by the capitalist […]

GUEST POST – Lenka Černáková on Internship at a Co-working Space

My Internship at Coworking Locus Workspace Even Digital Nomads need to create community, and co-working spaces are perfect for that, even if you aren’t using the space for everyday work. Remember The C in Co-working Stands for Community, we talked about co-working spaces and part of a location independent professional’s community.  You have a chance to […]

Where in the World Was the Global Mobile Worker? Or How Not to Migrate to a Hosted Server

URGENT NEWS RELEASE – I’M BACK In the over four years that I have been doing this blog, there were very few gaps in posting. I posted from jungles in Guatemala, I posted from Havana, Cuba, talking my way into a hotel’s business center because that is the only place to get the internet in […]

The C in Co-Working Space Also Stands for Community

When I first arrived in town I used Meetup to find people who shared common interest. That led me straight to Locus Co-working space. Once in the door, I quickly connected with both the startup community and the writing community, common members of co-working spaces. It has been almost three years now and although I […]

Finding Romance on the Digital Road

One of the challenges of a Digital Nomad existence is finding romance. Since I explored this topic in “IS GLOBAL MOBILE WORK A DISCONNECT? THE POWER OF CONNECTION”, conversations in my global citizens network confirm, Tinder is a legitimate option. This makes it even better.Tinder Reengineers Its Gender Field, With Help From The Trans Community […]

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