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Rolling remote with Dave Harper

Dave works in user experience design (UX design) and product management, but he also has a wife and kids. To maintain focus and a separation of work and personal life, Dave fixed up a stand-alone building behind his home and made his own sitting and standing desk (because if you haven’t heard, sitting is the …

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Rolling remote with Hansa Devi

Hansa started her jewelry business, No Mind Mala, in 2009 when she started collecting handmade prayer beads (or malas) while traveling around India. When she moved back to the US, she launched her business from a 10 foot by 10 foot camper before upgrading to a tipi, then a yurt, and finally a brick-and-mortar workshop …

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Rolling remote with Dan Gold

For Dan, it wasn’t enough to clock in from his home in NYC, he wanted to take his work on the road. He joined Remote Year, a work and travel program for people who work remotely and is currently traveling through South America. Travel provides plenty of inspiration for his work as a freelance photographer and …

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Rolling remote with Gina Ragusa

Gina worked remotely before it was a thing. While everyone else dropped their kids at daycare and slogged to the office in traffic, Gina raised two kids, several dogs, and established herself as a successful freelance writer–all from the comfort of home. Over the years she’s contributed to a variety of news outlets including VICE, …

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Rolling remote with Giulia Zeni

An Italian expat living in Berlin, Giulia teaches Italian to students from all over the world. Through her site Speak and Travel Italian, she offers online and in-person lessons, publishes a weekly podcast, and provides her students with supplemental listening and speaking exercises. When she’s not chatting with people from all over the world in Italian, …

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Rolling remote with Nadia Steinbrecher

From 9-to-5, Nadia works as a registered dietitian, but in her downtime, she sews and sells ski masks through her Etsy shop LycraUnincorporated (Note: the “Zombie Catpocalypse” is too good to pass up). Nadia lives the adventure-driven, mountain lifestyle herself; clocking in from campsites and riding her mountain bike over her lunch break. When she’s not climbing, skiing, …

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Rolling remote with Tracy Sigler

Tracy is the CEO of two fully remote companies–The Cheat Sheet and Remoter–and is one of the biggest proponents of the work-from-home revolution. A true Remoter, Tracy has worked remotely for 13 years and during that time he’s cultivated his dream work space complete with self-made desk, brainstorming whiteboard, and lots and lots of sun. Below …

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Rolling remote with Bridget DeMeis

As a fully remote marketing manager for The Cheat Sheet, Bridget doesn’t stay in one place for long. Whether she’s hopping from her home office to a nearby Panera Bread or trading the cold of upstate NY for the sun of Orlando, FL, Bridget takes advantage of her flexible work from home lifestyle. Below she …

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Rolling remote with Julia Mullaney

Julia writes about health, fitness, culture, and entertainment for The Cheat Sheet. But once she signs off for the day, her creativity doesn’t stop. She’s a food writer and runs SimplyDeliciousBlog.com, a site where she shares original, simple recipes that she started curating in college. Julia also wrote a cookbook geared toward millennial men. Below, Julia tells …

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Rolling remote with Patrick Barratt

A central part of Patrick’s #remotelife is his membership at HQ, a co-working space in Raleigh, NC. From there, he clocks in with The Cheat Sheet as the product and operations manager. Patrick gave us a peek into his benefit-studded co-working space and shared his must-have gear items for working remotely. Quick-fire profile: How many years have …

This remote workspace features an antique table with laptop, notebooks, and headphones surrounded by various houseplants.
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Rolling remote with Jess Bolluyt

Jess Bolluyt found early and consistent success as a remote writer at The Cheat Sheet, and has since moved to working remotely for KMM & Co. She shared her top remote work tips with us, along with some photos of the immaculate workspace she’s created in her Atlanta loft. Quick-fire profile: How many years have …