If you’re lucky enough to be able to work remotely, you should consider going on workations as often as possible. They allow you to do your job from anywhere in the world, but it’s important to find a perfect balance between work and travel during these trips, and these useful tips will help you do just that!
Work Comes First
Workation isn’t just like any good old regular holiday and you should set your priorities straight. Your work comes first and you should only go exploring once you’ve completed all your tasks because you’ll struggle to reach your deadlines if you leave everything for later.
Procrastination is one of the problems we all face from time to time, but it’s simply not an option during your workations. If you find yourself in a rut and struggling to do the work, consider using this time to relax and go sightseeing and finish your work later, as long as you’re not working with a strict deadline.
Spontaneity and workations don’t really mix so well together. It’s a good idea to have a schedule of your daily tasks and see where you can fit sightseeing adventures. If you decide to just wing it, it’s more likely you’ll struggle to stay on top of everything.