re: The Best Remote Work is Delightfully Unglamorous VIEW POST


I also work from my boring home office 95% of the time. But it's an office with a door and has everything set up just the way I like it. It's comfortable.

Sometimes I'll grab the laptop and work in another part of the house (or outside in the summer). Today my view is not very summer-like:

Here's my post on remote working tips:

What I've Learned After Working Remotely for 10+ Years


Haha yes, that is not ideal today.

I'll soon be moving to a place that's walking distance to nature and also walking distance to the center of town. I'm really excited about the chance for quick escapes into a different environment. (Depending on the weather, of course)

I'll also be commute distance to our office.

As a company that is full-fledged distributed first, it's still useful to maintain an office for different reasons. But I can't see us ever expanding to a bigger office, even if we grow. We'll offer more budget and options for work-from-home and co-working.

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