Working remotely while traveling the world sounds like a dream. Your newsfeed likely has painted the picture for you: a digital nomad sitting cross-legged on a poolside bean bag chair staring earnestly at their laptop screen.
As someone who’s traveled the world while working remotely for the past two years, I’ve been there. All I needed was my laptop and a strong espresso—or so I thought.
From balancing on an unstable cafe stool at the southernmost tip of Patagonia, to typing away while sitting on an airport floor in Marrakesh, it didn’t take long for my neck to