As a remote worker, you've got a lot of choices. Rather than the same commute to the same office or site every day, the world is yours to explore. At some point, though, you've got to sit down and actually get some work done. While it can be tempting to just cuddle up on the couch all day with your laptop, I've found that working from home like that has some serious drawbacks.
As digital nomads, we've come across a number of different potential working modalities. Some nomads swear by the coworking space and the connections and productivity that it can bring, while others are able to reap the same benefits working from home. What are our thoughts with regards to the coworking or not coworking quandary?
If you spend any time reading up on the tech and startup scene in Berlin, you'll undoubtedly encounter references to the St Oberholz space in Mitte — usually featuring some reference to SoundCloud, which was built here. St Oberholz contains multitudes, and encompasses a coffeeshop, coworking space, conference rooms, and apartments. They now have ...
While in Berlin, Jones and I both joined a little co-working space called co.up. All in all, we had a great experience working there, and wanted to review it for other travelers and Nomads who might find themselves looking for a co-working space in Berlin.