Working remotely is not about a nomadic lifestyle. It’s not about low commitment, a life of travel, working from a different place every day, and having no home. It could be those things, but that’s a small fraction of a remote lifestyle setting.
That’s why we decided to build The Remote Worker Life: to show to people the real, grounded, and nuance which makes telecommuting what is: a powerful set of tools to achieve a more balanced and fulfilling professional and personal life.
We are a group of people passionate about being effective at what we do. We take the remote lifestyle seriously. We study the best resources, the tools, the pitfalls. We connect with people with similar experiences and learn from them.
There is a huge space between the strict office environment and the “I work in my pajamas and later go to the beach” choices.
That’s what you will find here: an honest and empowering approach to conducting your professional life.
Who is behind The Remote Worker Life?
We are a collective of professionals working in different areas, united by the fact that we all share a remote lifestyle and pursue the exchange of better information on how to develop ourselves. We work under Xoxzo Europa UO, a sister company of Xoxzo.
We also reach out to many people outside our network, getting them to contribute with their own experiences and knowledge, even if it’s different than our own.
If you are a part of this community and want to share with us, please get in touch!
Meet The Team
Hi everyone! Welcome to The Remote Worker Life.
This is a project born out of our own experience of years working with no fixed address.
We are a branch of Xoxzo Europa OÜ, a software development company focusing on coming up with applications that solve some of the most complex issues of this still young science of remote working.
We’ve been working fully remotely for almost a decade.
Because of that, we decided it was time to not only share the knowledge we gained over the years, but also keep improving ourselves and engaging with this wonderful and creative growing community.
So grab a cup of coffee and come join us. We’re truly excited to be part of this, and we’re looking forward to hearing about all your experiences and questions you might have.
Besides our usual writers, we often feature guest posts to share a variety of opinions, ideas, and experiences from remote workers all around the world. If you are interested in collaborating with us, please reach out.
Thanks a lot, and see you around.