Things to Buy, Download, or Do When Working Remotely

Whether you’re working from home full-time, living life as a road warrior, or simply working the occasional day away from the office, you’ll be most effective if you have the right digital infrastructure for remote work. What needs to be in that toolkit depends on the kind of work you do, your personal working style and your family life. Whatever the particular circumstances of your remote working arrangements, there are practical tools and practices that can make your work a lot easier. Here are the tools I recommend based on almost two decades of experience working from home or from coffee shops, both as a freelancer and remote employee.

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