8 tips on how to start working remotely. Step by step How to start working remotely? A remote job as a freelancer has many bright sides. You are independent, you can schedule your own working hours or place to work from. You are able to reconcile family responsibilities or simply travel, explore [...]
Who is a freelancer? The pros and cons of being a freelancer Some may have already encountered the name of the word freelancer. For many it may still be an unknown or unclear term. So who is a freelancer? What are the pros and cons of working as a freelancer? Contents of this article: [...]
Where to look for a remote job? 8 recommended websites Remote, online or work, from home. We call it in many ways. Some are looking for it to be able to travel, some to earn more, others (mainly women) to earn some extra money while raising a child. A question that comes up very often [...]
The Benefits of a Remote Job That You've Never Heard Of I have been working remotely for 5 years. The reason for this decision was something less obvious to me than being able to travel. It was a solution for living in a small village in Spain, where there were no jobs for me. [...]
Laria is 6 years old and knows 3 languages fluently. The story of a little girl. For emigrants and those living in their own country.
Here's Laria. Laria is the child of two nationalities, she has a Polish mother, Kurdish father and lives in the United Kingdom. Probably, the girl still does not realize how lucky she is because she communicates without any problem in 3 languages. It is easy for her to speak fluently not only in English but also [...]
A Spanish village is a great place for a quiet life and remote work. In an earlier post, I described the advantages of La Iglesuela, a tiny village located 120 km from Madrid. This time, however, I will present things that I do not like, and they often irritate me. Here are the facts that [...]
The Spanish village is very different from the Polish one, oh yeah. Until today I remember listening with interest in Zhuhai the story of my friend about an idyllic place in central Spain called La Iglesuela. Tired of a neverending crowd and Chinese culture (I have lived there for 1.5 years) I said: "This is paradise [...]