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5 Tips for Small Business Owners

Here’s what all small business owners know: starting your company isn’t the hard part. Sure, it required a leap of faith, a boatload of confidence that you could run your own business, and a little bit of luck. Yes, it forced you to look at everything that could go wrong and decide to do it anyway. All of the nitty gritty details associated with getting registered and fully legal caused a lot of stress and sleepless nights. We can totally relate.

What is Remote Work?

Remote work is on the rise. How do people work remotely, why do they work remotely and what are some common misconceptions about remote work Remote work is on the rise. While having the ability to work from outside of a corporate office has been feasible for a few decades, working remotely is only now becoming mainstream. You may have even heard the phrase tossed around in casual conversation: “I’m working remotely now!” or “I’ve been able to travel and take my job with me!”

Wander Women: Why Female Travelers are Flocking to Work and Travel Programs

Women are flocking to work and travel programs as an alternative to solo travel as they seek out community and opportunities for personal and professional growth. Travel may drive the urge to engage in risky behaviors, like jumping off cliffs into swirling, cerulean waters. Travel may push the development of never-ending curiosities that will leave you wondering what the next day will bring, because you know that there’s always an adventure right around the corner.

Your Commute is Making You Miserable

That extra hour spent getting to and from work may seem like a necessary evil - but do you really know how it's affecting your health, your work and your family? The melody of morning traffic noise has begun: horns honking, tires screeching, some guy yelling out of his window because he got cut off. Those movies lied to you when they said you’d wake up to birds chirping and the sound of your coffee maker kicking in. This is your real normal.

4 Ways to Elevate Your Freelance Career on the Road

43% of remote workers identify as freelancers according to a recent study. Here's how you can elevate your skills while traveling to stand out in the crowd. The remote work community is filled with freelancers. In fact, a recent study conducted by Remote Year and And Co revealed that 43% of respondents who worked remotely identified as freelancers. It makes sense. Freelancers have the unique ability to find their own clients and set their own schedule.

Sean Tierney is on a Mission to Make You Location Independent

Sean Tierney, a Remote Year Darien Citizen, recently launched Nomad Podcast in the quest to make a location independent lifestyle a reality for professionals around the world. Transitioning to a location independent lifestyle has a profound effect on many Remote Year participants’ lives. In a world that too often tells us what rules we need to follow in order to be successful, we follow our guts instead.