In 1996, a British funk band call Jamiroquai released an album called “Travelling without moving”. A lot has happened since then, except me still listening to old funky music, but the title has always been in the back of my head, even more so now, since working with video conferencing.
Working remotely has a lot of perks. No one can deny that. The most important one, of course, is that you have a firmer sense of control than you do with a traditional job. Whether you choose to travel or stay at home, you’re much more likely to have a flexible schedule and do more of the things that you want to do. The improved work-life balance is linked to higher levels of productivity.