19,198 people have listed 21,684 places on WorkSnug. Places where they get much more done than they do elsewhere.
By the time the flakey WiFi has let you download the report you need, your back pain starts kicking in. You sip on your now lukewarm beverage to summon some extra focus - only to have it shattered by noisey neighbours. The moment it's quietened down and you've settled into a more comfortable chair you get a low battery warning. You spend 5 minutes hunting for hidden power sockets only to discover you don't have your charger.
All that email and project work you have stacking up will have to wait yet another day. It's not like you're going to see anyone who cares about your work any time soon. Wherever you work you’re an outsider and it’s surprising how lonely that feels.
You keep working from places that stop you from doing your best work. Is that the price of freedom? You do it because you want to spend more time with friends and family and less time commuting. You do it because you shudder at the thought of walking through the doors of a building where you can't avoid office politics. You do it because traditional employment is not for you but you don't know where else to work.
You probably know a dozen people who are working from home more regularly than they used to. You wouldn't enjoy your home or your favorite coffeeshop so much if they were designed to be good workplaces and neither would your friends. Fortunately there's a fast growing movement that's providing better support for remote and lone workers like you. It's called Coworking and it's making all sorts of shared workspaces available to you. One day there will be as many different kinds of coworking space as their are different kinds of resturants today. Whereever you are, there will be at least one that caters to your taste in workplace and you'll love it.
Just around the corner from you there could be a place where:
What else would you want to find there?
19,198 people have listed 21,684 places on WorkSnug that you can choose to work from. (and WorkSnug isn't the only place you can find workspaces)