Earlier this year, I was working on a big project that demanded tons of data crunching and required what seemed like endless creativity.
I needed to be recharged regularly, and a mid-afternoon coffee break wasn’t doing it. I needed a workaway.
A workaway involves taking my laptop to a remote area, at least once a week, to change perspective and get the creative juices flowing again. Find a Wi-Fi spot at your local coffee shop (buy a cup of coffee or two) or the local library for some new scenery and inspiration while you pump out the work.