If there’s only one good thing that 2020 gave us, it was working remotely. After the coronavirus pandemic took hold, employees were suddenly working from home and attending meetings virtually. Pants? Who needs ’em!
But now that we’ve all become digital nomads amid the pandemic, it’s time to take it to the next level. There’s no rule that says you have to clock in from your couch. You could be literally anywhere right now.
What do I mean? Some people have decided to book longer-term vacation rentals, and bring their work with them. We’re blurring the lines between work and play. Besides, switching up your routine could prove beneficial — it can inspire new thinking, or help deepen your focus. And, it means that you can enjoy all the luxuries of vacation.
There’s another big advantage to working remotely from vacation rentals, too. For people who live in small apartments in crowded cities, booking a secluded farmhouse can also be a welcome break from face masks. Imagine stepping outside without a mask on, because there aren’t any people around.
So, from quirky camper-turned-tiny-homes to massive estates, let’s take a look at all of the cool vacation rentals that sites like Airbnb and Vrbo have to offer. Don’t forget to ask the hosts if they offer month-long rental rates to save some cash!
Just remember that some locations have restrictions against non-essential travel — or, travel may be limited to residents living in the same state/region as the rental. Other places might require proof that you’ve tested negative for COVID-19. Always check for restrictions that might be in effect at your destination before booking.