Working in a new country is exciting. You’re ready to get to know your neighborhood and your co-workers and eat all of the local cuisines you can. But all over the globe, people have moved from working in offices to working from home, making “working abroad” look, well, a bit different.
This transition can be difficult to deal with. Not only are you trying to balance your role, but you’re also trying to navigate a new environment, which can be daunting at times. Below are a few tips on how to make the most of your experience remotely working abroad.
1) Create a productive environment
Your experience always starts with your environment. You may have just moved into a new apartment or a new space since moving for your program. While you are trying to adjust to your new surroundings, make sure to create an environment where you can work remotely. While this space won’t compare to your office, try these few tips on how to make this adjustment easier.