Author: Jocelyn ter Morsche, marketer at remote company Xoxzo Although living the ultimate digital nomad lifestyle may not be possible yet this year, it’s always exciting to look for new opportunities and dream of new adventures for the future. That’s why we researched the top 20 best remote work cities for 2021! Without further ado, let’s…Read More
We decided to browse some monthly rentals around the world to see how much space and quality of life you can get with an average solid-economies salary and spending 35% of that on rental (if you care to know, we averaged salaries from US, Canada, UK, Japan, Singapore and Australia).Read More
Starting today, we’re having the Not True section in The Remote Worker Life.
This will be our chance to discuss and – hopefully – dismiss some of the strongest arguments in favor of stating office work as the norm.Read More
If you ask most managers and bosses about their biggest fear in letting their teams go remote, the majority will say that they’re afraid of employees not working properly due to lack of supervision.
When the cat’s away, the mice will play.
Nothing could be further from the truth. But it depends.Read More
What is it like to work remotely in Buenos Aires the capital of Argentina? Let’s explore the lifestyle that is possible with the vibrant coffee-house culture and the natural laid-back attitude that makes Buenos Aires a great city for remote workers.Read More
One very important aspect of 100% remote working is that as a general rule everyone works in their own time. Not only can your co-workers be in different time zones from you, they might also be traveling and only check in for work early morning before a day of sightseeing, or they might be going in and out of work as they deal with other aspects of life such as preparing and sending their kids to school.Read More
This week’s topic is “Remote Work and Communication”. As you all know, communication is the key to remote work. However, with the current COVID-19 crisis many new remote workers reported having a hard time adjusting to online meetings and effective brainstorm sessions, while at the same time fighting the loneliness of not having daily face time with coworkers.Read More
Author: Jocelyn ter Morsche, marketer at remote company Xoxzo. Are you ready to start your remote life? Something I underestimated was setting up my home office: it took more than I had expected. In the end, I had to wait for my office chair an entire month and my room had poor lighting, which slowed…Read More
I’ve interviewed my coworker Zaki to discuss planning and routine when working from home: one of the first things a new remote worker will notice, is very different compared to working at an office. Being quite new to remote work myself, I’m interested to find out how he manages his schedule.Read More
We at Xoxzo have been working remotely since inception. It was just our way of life. Remote work was a very narrow niche, a lifestyle choice and a sound business model where our team, made of members from different corners of the globe, came together to build and operate telephony services among other things.Read More