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Everything You Need To Take Your Career On Your Travels

Updated: Oct 12, 2021

Those who truly love to travel above all else in the world will often do what they can to make it as much a part of their life as they travel. As such, not only might it be possible to travel more often in your spare time with tips from the blog, but you could even manage a career on the road, as well. If you’re a freelancer or remote worker, here is everything you need to take your career on your travels around the world with you.

Plenty of planned downtime

When you’re planning your vacation, you need to think about not only what’s fun to do and what you need to see, but also when you’re going to work. From the time spent in the airport to when you arrive at the destination, plan plenty of downtime in your itinerary to make sure that you have cleared the time that you need to get your work done. Otherwise, it’s easy for the distraction of a new location to really get to you.

Access to everything you need from anywhere

When you’re working with employers, clients, and team members from afar, you need more than a shared platform for communication, of course. It would be best if you also considered how you’re going to share and store assets like documents, images, and videos. Some might fit as email attachments, but many may not, and it can get messy quickly to rely solely on email. With tools like Templafy you can organize all of your shared files. Furthermore, it makes them easier to access from any device, so whatever laptop, tablet, or leased equipment you use will enable you to access all of your work.

Protect your livelihood

Your security and the protection of your valuable belongings is always important when you’re travelling. It only becomes more important still when your tech, such as your laptop and tablet, is vital for your work. Invest in security measures such as only getting rooms with a safety box where you can put your tech stored. Also as important as having software like Gecko & Fly that can lock any device down after it has been stolen, and offer GPS tracking so that you’re more likely to retrieve it with the help of the police.

Secure your data as well

As much as possible, you want to avoid relying on public Wi-Fi networks such as those at cafes and airports. If your hotel or B&B offers Wi-Fi access, be sure to ask that you have a unique password to get into it. Even if you don’t have to share any Wi-Fi connections, however, it’s worth investing in an excellent virtual private network. The VPN software encrypts both all of the data you send through the net and any data that comes your way. Even if someone were trying to spy through a shared connection, they wouldn’t be able to get much.

Fitting travel and your career together aren’t easy. However, for those who committed, it can be highly worth it.

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