If I am ever going to share a photo of my current home office, I might as well do a reality check along the way and share a photo of what the home office started like 10 years ago, when I took my first steps into the world of Web development.
I've always been remote. And over the years, I got to try different ways of doing things. Some have stuck, and some didn't. In this post, I'll share the stuff that did stick and that helps me stay in Focus Mode throughout my working sessions.
As a freelancer, spending hours with clients discussing projects, scheduling meetings, writing & signing contracts, etc. come with the job. There are services who offer freelancers the chance to work on projects without having to deal with any of this "client friction". But is this friction really that bad? I think not.
I’ve been traveling across the globe giving talks and running workshops at conferences & events for a little over three years now. Over this period of time, I’ve managed to learn how to travel easier, faster, healthier, more efficiently, and more comfortably. I'm going to share some of my favorite tips in this post.
There’s a new home for my non-technical articles, and this is it. This is where I’ll be posting thoughts on anything and everything from productivity, travel, life, healthy work habits, favorite apps and tools, and much more.