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Rolling Remote with Keisha Singleton

Keisha is a full-time mama and freelancer; working with clients to supply the right type of written content for their business or social media profiles. She runs her business, Craft Content Solutions, while also keeping up with her busy daughter and family in Brisbane. Keisha aims for balance between her work and her personal life, …

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Rolling Remote with Cait Scudder

The best mentors have often walked the path before you. In the case of Cait Scudder, she’s successfully built her own business empire from the ground up, mentoring and coaching high-achieving female entrepreneurs. “My jam is helping women turn their unique zone of genius into an irresistible, purpose-driven, profitable brand and online business,” she says. …

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Rolling Remote With Caine Smith

Location can be everything when you’re creating stunning videos for clients, and Caine Smith gives his remote “office” views a shakeup to match. For that last few years he’s been trotting the globe while also growing his video production company, AirVu Media. Between that and soaking up the views at Airbnb spots from the Caymans …

Culture

Tips for Working Remotely With Kids Running Around

Working from home can save you time and money. It can also help reduce stress and create better work-life-balance. If you’re a parent, working from home can be life-changing. Many parents have to choose between staying home with their kids or sending them off to daycare. Working remotely can merge the best of both worlds. …

Money Hacks

10 Reasons You Should Consider Self-Employment

When we were young, we were told we could be anything we wanted when we grew up. What we weren’t told was that growing up meant dealing with traffic, difficult coworkers, and someone else’s organizational structure. Even if you landed your dream job, you might have some complaints. For many people, the “work dream” now consists of working from …

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Rolling remote with Andrew Coburn

For Andrew, the perks of remote work are the little things: working from the comfort of his Crocs, the quiet, and being able to pace during conference calls. Andrew owns Urban Rural Continuum, a community and environmental planning firm, based in Colorado. He works with his clients to facilitate positive change in urban areas, rural …

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Rolling remote with Camilo Luna

Camilo is a freelancer based in Colombia who primarily works as a web developer for Bitnation and does some additional work for the Colombian branding agency, Alunizar. Because Bitnation is headquartered in Europe, Camilo does a lot of real-time work first thing in the morning and uses the quieter afternoon hours for focused work. Based …

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Rolling remote with Felix Tih

Felix is a life coach and the author of Personal Branding: Master Your Digital Presence, so it makes sense that he and his brother own Felix Digital Lab, a company that teaches online entrepreneurship and personal branding. Felix clocks in from his dining room table in Ankara, Turkey, where he makes sure to take short …

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Rolling remote with Chris Payne

Chris doesn’t just work remotely, he makes a living helping others work remotely. He starts by helping people find their passion through his Align 2 Design program. From there, he coaches people in building their own online business using his personal expertise as a successful digital entrepreneur. Below, Chris shares why he does what he …

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Rolling remote with Jessica Wick

Like most freelancers, Jessica knows all about multitasking. A freelance writer and content strategist, she manages several clients including a long-term contract with Only In Your State and a gig interviewing Days of our Lives stars (see photo above), but still makes time for frequent family excursions. To make it all work, she says, “I have …

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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 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 …