The air is warm, the breeze is welcome and the backdrop, spectacular — a scene fit for a seasoned digital nomad.
Even though I can’t say I’m one of them (well, not near the extent of the remote workers below), I have always believed that a change in scenery has the power to inspire and energize.
Seeing as Southeast Asia or Northern Spain isn’t on my work agenda anytime soon, I rounded up 12 envy-inducing snapshots of #workhardanywhere pros.
So, until you and your laptop set out on your next adventure, sit back and revel in these wondrous office spaces.
1. Amphoe Mueang Krabi, Thailand
Why is Thailand one of the biggest hotspots for wanderlust workers? This view probably has something to do with it.
2. Bali, Indonesia
This part of the world (Southeast Asia) has clearly perfected the art of working remotely.
3. Zürich, Switzerland
A cute cafe turning caravan life into the next big trend.
4. Gili Islands, Indonesia
Yes, another one from Indonesia because, c’mon, who wouldn’t want to work and lounge here?
5. London, UK
I saved this one for a rainy day.
6. Istanbul, Turkey
This view slightly resembles the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco — another reason to add Istanbul to the bucket list.
7. On a Train in America
Have you ever been on a cross-country train ride? This traveling coder pretty much sums up everything I dream would happen on a long-distance train trip: good views, productive days, cozy nights.
8. Avilés, Spain
This coworking space has it going on — a place to siesta and be successful.
9. On the Road in Spain
Or, if you prefer being on the move, pack up your van and grind on the go.
10. Bali, Indonesia
Does this mean Bali is the best place to work remotely? I’ll let you decide…
11. New York, USA
A productive oasis tucked inside New York City? Now that’s hard to find.
12. Tulum, Mexico
Maybe you’ll be sitting across this table in Tulum one day … and if not there, maybe somewhere else as equally inspiring.
Let me know where your favorite place to work is in the comments below. And don’t worry, it can be as close as your backyard — because as these photos have shown, the workplace has no boundaries.