As a work-at-home editor/writer/author coach, I tend to become a tad uncivilized and antisocial. As in, “How many days have I worn this sweatshirt?” Or I’ll catch myself asking the pup questions that are above her reading level and pay grade. One solution is to pack up a device and head to a local eatery/coffee shop and work “remotely.” (Here’s an article I wrote on a related topic – Coworking Spaces.)
Yes, it’s a bit cliche – we are easy to spot in the corner with our cappuccino and scone crumbs. But at least we left the house, right? Maybe put on real-people clothes? Good for us!
The photo above is from my new fave place, Beach Street Kitchen, in my newly adopted home of Yachats, OR. I celebrated finishing a recent project by treating myself to breakfast and a chai latte.
(Coming soon – I’ll tell you more about this great place and others in the community.)
Please tell me where you like to hang out/people watch/procrastinate, er…work when you leave home. I’ll feature you, your cool discoveries, and share your personal work-away-from-home Modus Operandi.