Blog content writing for coliving and coworking travel company for digital nomads and remote workers
About This Project
WiFi Tribe is a global coliving and coworking travel company. The team curates community-focussed travel experiences for digital nomads and remote workers all around the world. A selection of WiFi Tribe members, writers in respective professional capacities, contribute to the Nomad Blog.
Topics are relevant to aspiring digital nomads as well as those currently living a semi or full-time remote lifestyle. Blog posts are often city guides, remote travel tips, advice for securing remote jobs, and also information on entrepreneurship, side hustles or freelancing.
Blog posts I’ve written include:
- The Ultimate Guide to Coliving and Coworking While Traveling
- 10 of The Best Places to Live in Mexico for Digital Nomads
- How Remote Coworking Boosts Productivity – and Makes You Happier
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Blog content writing
In this post, I explain the concept of coliving, offering a comparison of the different types of coliving that are available.
I also breakdown of fixed or static coliving—a permanent house in a single location as pioneered by WeLive, Selina and Outsite—versus nomadic co-living where accommodation spaces are temporary, enabling true location independence.
Along with Cape Town, Bali, Lisbon, Medellin and more, Mexico is one of the top digital nomad hotspots in the world.
In this post, I share a round-up of some of the best places for digital nomads in Mexico. Cities and towns listed include Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta, Mérida, Playa del Carmen, Oaxaca and more.
Each of the destinations are compared in terms of safety, average rental cost, wifi speed and reliability, activities and other parameters.
Working while travelling, especially when solo travelling, can become lonely. Settling in numerous new countries every few weeks or months, establishing oneself, finding community and juggling work while making time to socialise, adventure and explore can be a bit taxing.
In the post, I discuss the nature of remote coworking and how this form or approach to contemporary work can supplement a travel-based, nomadic lifestyle—particularly when one is solo travelling and community can be hard to come by. The post shared several benefits of remote coworking, including making connections and friendships, finding accountability buddies, including a professional network, and more.
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