Working from home, or working from anywhere?
Remote working is allowing some to take their job on the road and enjoy the perks of travel during their off hours.
since the cove it outbreak. Millions of Americans are now working from home. While some are working away from home, they have kind of perfected the promote. Working in the last two years, Lindsey Meyers and her husband like to rent their home in Charleston while they travel the world. Come on in some a crib borrowed, most recently a two month stint in Tulu, Mexico. I mean, we didn't Bali for a couple months. We've done Scotland and Ireland. We did Belgium. She is not the only one working remotely in the hospitality industry has noticed. Hotels in particular are really offering a lot of incentives to help people get out and get to their properties. Those incentives include day rates, discounts for extended stays and helping hand. We're seeing work and play packages that include things like business butlers that will help you set up that workspace, whether it be in the lobby, er and it commanded by the pool ah, handful of countries or even offering visa programs catering to remote workers. I used to kind of go on low seasons to places because I wanna get into the culture, immerse myself, and it's not so busy with tourists. But employees who wanna work remotely need to remember time zones can be a challenge. I was getting up in the night sometimes to do things, but, hey, I was in Bali. So it's just all about good Internet, you know, your work ethic. If you stay on it literally. No one knows where you are, and you could be in paradise. The ideal way to mix business and pleasure. Dan Gentleman, NBC News.