The pandemic forced us out of offices and into our homes. Many took the last two years as an opportunity to explore new venues for work—cafes, co-working spaces, beaches, hills, and more. Digital nomads reflect on their experiences, learning, and the path ahead
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The legacy of the pandemic will be discussed and dissected for decades to come. The jury is still out on the immediate and long term impact, but what is indisputable is how our socio-cultural lives have been transformed, with new behaviour patterns and preferences emerging, and forgotten ones gaining traction. A prolonged period of working remotely has changed how we view work.