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Apps That Make Working Remotely Easier

Remote workers have the luxury of working from anywhere. You can take your Monday morning meetings at your favorite cafe, or while on vacation with your family. Working remotely has a ton of benefits, but sometimes it can get a little unorganized. Sure, all you really need is a laptop, internet, and a phone to get the …

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5 Ways Working Remotely Improves Health

For many people, working remotely sounds like a dream. If you’re stuck working in a traditional office or cubicle setting, you might spend a good portion of your day thinking about the clock. You might feel resentful that you’re stuck inside on a bright sunny day. That’s no way to spend 40 hours a week. …

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Rolling remote with Shauna Gordon

Shauna makes a living working in web application development, but outside of work, her interests and passions are varied. You’d be just as likely to find her enjoying a virtual reality experience as you would be to find her making soap or working in her garden. Below, she shares a photo of her home office–where …

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Rolling remote with Marcus Ohanesian

Marcus does a little of everything from his home office in Massachusetts. He has experience with web design and company branding (see his work at Perfect Evolution) and also works in event management for musical artists and venues at Honor Roll. Marcus offers his services to local businesses, musicians, and brands and also works with international clients, …

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Rolling remote with Shane Carrick

Shane is the director of programming for Make Life Skate Life, an organization that builds skateparks and develops grassroots skateboarding. With projects around the world, from Iraq to Myanmar to Bolivia, Shane spends a good chunk of time communicating with the teams on the ground and thinking ahead to the next project. Shane shares what …

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Rolling remote with Elizabeth Fretz

Elizabeth (Liz) works for Infor, a global software company that builds products for industries, as a manager in their education group. It probably sounds like a big job and it is, which is why working from home is essential. When things get too stressful or she needs to step away, Liz has two furry excuses–her cats …

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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 …