How to Be Productive While You’re Traveling and Working Online


If you’re a digital nomad, you know how freeing it can be to run a profitable online business and explore the world at the same time. However, with all the excitement of traveling, it can be difficult to stay on top of your work at times. Here’s how to be productive while you’re on the go, so you can work more efficiently and have more time to enjoy your destination.

Find Reliable Internet Access Before You Get to Your Destination

There’s nothing more frustrating than getting to a new city, only to struggle to find a reliable internet cafe. Mitigate this by doing your research before you go. Look up local coworking spaces to see if they have any open spots, and ask other digital nomads who’ve been there which coffee shops they recommend for working. Have a few different potential options planned just in case.


How to be productive when traveling

Write Out Your To-Do List the Night Before

It can be difficult to get going in the morning when you’re working on your own. Try writing out your to-do list for the next day before you go to bed, so you don’t have to think about what you’re going to do when you get up. You can just consult your list and get to work checking things off.

To stay organized and have your to-do-list will help you stay in control of your schedule and your daily projects.

Turn Your Waiting Time Into “Productive -Time”

If you’re sitting in an airport or waiting on a train, it can be tempting to read a book or watch Netflix. However, these are actually some of the best times to get work done.

If you get your work done while you are traveling, you can spend more time exploring your destination once you get there.

Determine When You’re Most Productive and Maximize It!

One of the best things about being a digital nomad is that you don’t have to conform to a 9 to 5 schedule. Take advantage of that by scheduling your hardest tasks during your favorite time of day. If you are most productive right when you get up, work in a longer spurt for the first few hours of the day and then use the rest of the time to do easier tasks.

Staying productive while traveling and working can be achieved easily if you plan ahead and be creative with your time!

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