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The pandemic, even though having “ended” a long time ago, has made the topic of remote work so much more visible in our professional lives. Undoubtedly, more and more people are opting for this form of performing duties due to convenience. It is particularly tempting for all the traveling fans. Wandering worldwide and working through workcation (a combination of vacation and work duties) is a compelling option. And, especially if you have your own tiny home on wheels…

In this article, we will explore the topic of combining van life with remote work based on my personal experience. It’s a journey that has granted me newfound flexibility and fulfillment. Join me as I recount how I embarked on this path, the wisdom I’ve gained through it. So, let’s embark on this exploration of workcation, unraveling whether this lifestyle truly lives up to its allure!

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