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If you love Dubai, Turkey should be your next CoWorking Destination

Sand dunes, skyscrapers, underwater hotels, authentic Arabic food, what’s not to love about Dubai? Known for their iconic landmarks and beautiful architecture, it’s no surprise that millions of tourists and business travelers flock to the country every year, especially digital nomads. It has numerous activities and co-working spaces fit for a nomadic lifestyle but if you are starting to get bored of the hustle and bustle of Dubai and looking for another city that is also vibrant and filled with heritage for your next Co-Working trip, you will love Turkey!

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5 Sustainable travel tips for your next group trip

For the eco-conscious traveler 

You don’t drive, you don’t fly, you don’t buy any item wrapped in plastic, you only buy second hand clothing, you only use solar energy, you live a zero waste lifestyle and you are a vegan. This is the definition of 21st century environmentalism. A lot of us don’t exactly live this lifestyle but genuinely do care about the environment.  It is really difficult to fully deep dive into this lifestyle. However, what is really important is that we take baby steps to begin living sustainably and inspire everyone around us to do so. Everyone should be a part of the solution in whichever way they can to make a difference and save the planet.  Each one of us aims to do good and give back to mother earth the best way we can.  This will be the greatest gift we give our future generations.  

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Best accommodation style for a CoWorking Trip

Enjoy work, life and leisure balance

Covid-19 has led to an increase in remote jobs that let people free themselves from the restraints of a normal 9-5 job. Now that the world has returned back to a new normal, the concept of remote work and being a digital nomad has helped tremendously with achieving work/life balance. CoLiving and CoWorking is the concept that has been recently gating a lot of traction. This is a concept that millennials and remote workers have adopted for experiencing ultimate freedom and flexibility.  

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Safe destinations for a solo traveler

As a solo traveler, experience an independent getaway and explore the unexplored. 

 

Let’s just face it! Traveling solo is no more a thing of the past. This is 2021, where women today are creating impact right from the boardrooms, to the olympics and to the House of Representatives. As a solo traveller, you would like to have an independent getaway and explore the unexplored. Or maybe, you have watched Eat, Pray, Love and want to discover things about yourself just as much as wanting to discover about the world. So, whatever the reason, choosing the right getaway or the perfect adventure can make a big difference. The last thing we would want is to worry about our safety or having to compromise on the location.  So here is a guide to a list of safe destinations that are perfect for a solo traveler. But, before we move forward with our top destinations, here are  tips for a first solo traveler to ensure a safe solo-saving sojourn.

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How to Land a Remote Job

Ever wondered how those people on Instagram and youtube can seamlessly travel around the globe at any time of the year, what do they do? How do they do it? Well, the answer is simple: landing a remote job, what is a remote job you might ask? It is essentially is a flexible working arrangement that lets an employee work from any location outside of the company’s headquarters which of course has a lot of benefits, you can spend less time on commuting to work automatically making it a more affordable option, and most importantly, you can do it in the comfort of your own home or while traveling across the country in a van! , 

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Traveling on a budget in fall

Cool weather and hot pumpkin drinks... It's that time of the year again! 

 

September is the month where summer slowly fades away and the beautiful fall starts transitioning. This fall is special because unlike last year, this fall we can truly get out and travel places. Here are the top recommendations for budget friendly places to visit in October. So, here is a guide to budget friendly destinations that you can visit in fall.

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The 10 best group travel apps


Every traveler knows there are certain things they must bring to every trip, for example: passport, a power bank, travel wallet, sunscreen, toiletries, backpack and adaptor, etc. But nowadays with technology being an important part of our journeys we need to consider which apps are going to be our travel essentials.
With this post we want to help you discover, which of them will make your life easier while traveling with a group:

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Top 10 Countries for Digital Nomads

So you’ve finally landed your dream job and are currently contemplating if you prefer sipping margaritas after work on a beach or dune bashing in Dubai? So many options and so many countries to choose from but not to worry, we’ve got a few options up our sleeves, here are the top 10 countries that are recommended for digital nomads based on the cost of living, accessibility for remote working, and so much more.

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