So you’re not quite ready to switch over to the digital nomad lifestyle yet. But you’ve become a remote worker maybe by choice and maybe by force. Coworking is a great option for a designated office space not at home. But have you considered a workation in your very own home state or country?

I’ve been working from home for months now, and love it especially after designing my office to fit my personal working style. But I have been craving a change of scenery.

I heard about the new concept of a half-tourist, and decided to try it out myself. By definition, a ‘half-tourist’ combines work with a change of scenery.

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And thanks to Airbnb it’s easy to find accommodations in areas not too far from home. This allows for safe travel in your car and access to new landscapes that aren’t your backyard.

So I’ve flocked to Indian Rocks Beach! And I have to admit, working on a patio with the strong smell of seawater and seagulls gawking on the beach is probably the best experience I’ve had this year.

Interested in becoming a half-tourist? I would love to know where you’d like to go for your very own half-tourist workation!

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