This winter, The Guardian, the New York Times, and many other outlets published pieces about a brand new trend that they call “coworkation”.
Co-workation, they say, is when coworking and vacation meet.
It’s when people go to Bali or the Canary Islands or any other postcard destinations, and work with like-minded people in a coworking space at day, and have fun at night.
I don’t hate the idea, on the contrary. As a journalist who had the chance to work from Senegal, California, and Morocco, and as the founder of The Blue House, a residence for startups in a surf town in Morocco, I love the idea. I just hate...
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