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THE BEST WI-FI TIPS FOR WORKING TRAVELERS

When people hear you “work remotely” (especially if you’re a travel writer), they pretty much assume you set your laptop on a beach chair, pop open a cold beer, and get to typing while scantily clad women fan you with palm fronds. Unfortunately, that’s not true.

I should know. After a year of working on the road from cramped coach seats, cruise ship lounges, and remote prairies in South Dakota, I’ve found that it’s not nearly as simple as finding a seat in the Downtown Indianapolis Panera and busting out your laptop, even if the Indianapolis Panera is a lovely place to work >>>

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