The thrill of travel and the method of working can be one of the hardest balances to strike. Some of us make the time and budget to escape work; some of us better structure our travel with a to-do list. Our own editor Danielle confesses: “sometimes I prefer to combine work and travel; to get away from my daily life without foregoing a daily routine.” With a growing number of travel-related jobs, and the onset of the “digital nomad” lifestyle, we want to know where you fall on the spectrum — how do you make the most of vacations? How do you get the most work done in a traveling pinch?
This Thursday, Mar. 3 at 2pm ET, we’ll be chatting about our best work-travel practices with well-seasoned co-hosts:
If you are unavailable during the chat time but would still like to participate, feel free to schedule your tweets according to the times listed below:
Q1 – 2:00pm EST
How do travel and work intersect for you? Are they the same? Does one support the other?
Q2 – 2:06pm EST
Share a travel or vacation moment that made the work worth it. How did it come about?
Q3 – 2:12pm EST
If you have to work while traveling, is there a ritual that helps you get things done? Share a photo if you can!
Q4 – 2:18pm EST
Do you set aside time to work ahead of starting your trip, or just catch up when you can?
Q5 – 2:24pm EST
Share a photo of someplace you’ve traveled that made work enjoyable or easy. How so?
Q6 – 2:30pm EST
Other than a computer, what are your 3 essentials for working successfully while traveling?
Q7 – 2:36pm EST
Budget is a key part of traveling. How do you save for pleasure travel? How do you make your money last on the road?
Q8 – 2:42pm EST
What would be your dream destination to work from? Why?
Q9 – 2:48pm EST
What is your biggest frustration in balancing work and travel in your life? How can you counter it?
Q10 – 2:55pm EST
Is there a traveler whose work lifestyle you take inspiration from? Share one of their adventures with us!