Penang has long been an underrated destination for digital nomads. Let me give you 10 reasons why you should consider putting it on top of your bucket list!
Working remotely is a privilege only few humans get to enjoy – although the numbers are steadily increasing. The freelance workforce is growing more than three times faster than the US workforce overall, according to an annual report by Upwork and the Freelancers Union.
Today, the numbers of freelancers stands at 57.3 million in the US alone! And some of them prefer to take their work abroad and sit somewhere in sunny South East Asia rather than their home office in New York or Berlin Kreuzberg.
Freelancers and digital entrepreneurs are planning for the future of work faster than anyone else.
So where are you thinking to set up your next office?
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I spared no expense to bring to you the ultimate vegan food guide for Brighton – From pizza through maki burritos to healthy treats like Açai bowls and such, this comprehensive guide contains all the information that a vegan foodie needs in this quirky English beach town!
If you follow my social media activities, you are already aware of it: I fell hard for South England in general and Brighton in specific. I truly believe, that one of the keys to happiness lies within the management of your expectations of people and places. But coming to Brighton was different. Everybody I met beforehand and told about my travel plans, held very strong opinions on this quirky English town. Usually they would tell me stories of long nights out in one of the 365 pubs (yes, one for each day of the year), mouth-watering vegan treats, the great craft coffee scene, and many more things that made me perk up my ears. Would the city keep these promises?
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