‘Work Life Balance’ returns over 280 million results in Google, most of them associated to remote workers. While it’s important to have time for both, this is especially difficult when working on the move for nomad workers and business travellers. I have had my share of work travel and the four tips below have helped […]Read More 4 tips for work life integration for nomad workers
In the last weeks I have been asked a couple of times whether coworking is a trend only popular amongst freelancers and startups or whether it is also affecting how larger companies work. My answer is always ‘have you heard of corporate coworking?’ and the aswer is usually ‘uh, nope’. So, here’s a brief post […]Read More Corporate coworking: How can large companies benefit from the new way of work?
Here’s a new tradition: a blog post with my very own best of the web in the web on the previous month – a mix of stuff I liked and stuff me and my friends do. Hope you enjoy! Did I miss a good one? Let me know in the comments :). Let’s get started […]Read More The best of January 2014
Internet friends are those you met online, or with which you stay in touch mainly online. I have a lot of them. I’ve always had! Since I was 14 I’ve been active in different online boards (about music, films…), started one of my own (Riot grrls in Spanish, not active anymore), and even had a […]Read More My Internet friends are real
It’s the end of 2014 and like every year end it’s time to make balances, plans and predictions. These days we are bombarded with blog posts about the future of big data, the future of wearables, or the companies we should keep an eye on. How will coworking spaces be like in 20 years? Will […]Read More The future of coworking