Working on the Road

19 Aug

Working on the road means you’ve no longer got regular hours.

It means you no longer see the difference between Monday, Friday, or Sunday.

It means your office can be your hotel bedroom, lounge or swimming pool. It means you work on trains, buses and planes.

It means no one’s pushing you to get things done, except for yourself.

It means no one’s telling you what to do, or how to get it done.

It means you love what you do… otherwise you get nothing done.

 

Essentially, you work when you feel like working… and rest when you can.

But, in my experience nothing translates “working on the road” more than what I’m doing now:

Writing a post on the Autobahn from Germany to Amsterdam at 220km/h.

Life is gooooood 🙂

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