Whilewas a tragic event in our life. One area that has changed the workforce forever is the acceptance and adoption of . Even after the pandemic is under control, millions of businesses will continue to offer remote working.
We have also seen the way people live change over time, so a house with a garden is not the standard or everyone’s desire. Some people prefer to lead a life on the street and with the move to remote work, that lifestyle is even more sustainable than it has been in the past. The WildRock PR staff sent me data showing that camping activity increased by 400% in 2020. Sekr, the inventor of the Vanlife App, has seen a surge in new members looking for safe ways to vacation, live and work.
Likewise: My home office is a sailing boat: living and working on the high seas (with children!)
The Vanlife App, available for iOS and Android, is designed to help people find safe places to camp overnight and connect with a community of fellow nomads. The new Camp Share feature is known as the “Airbnb of Camping” as the app provides travelers with information on land and homeowners listing their driveways, backyards, private lots and other areas that campers can reserve and use. Some websites are free, while others require a range of registration fees.
Remote workers can also find out where the best WiFi locations are so you can plan your weekday stays in an area with solid connectivity. As 5G continues to roll out in the US, people who live on the streets will likely appreciate 5G’s coverage and speed.
There are some excellent resources out there for finding out if the Vanlife app is a viable option for you and your family. The remote blog post contains links to several informative articles and resources. Other stories from the street were interesting read and I can fully understand the allure of seeing this beautiful country and leaving the stresses of everyday life behind in a controlled place.