Remote working packing list

Packing List for Remote Working 👜

This packing list for remote working will enhance your experience, making work-life balance more convenient and productive.

1) Smart adaptor

When buying a new sim card abroad, it can get frustrating not being able to access your old sim card. With this smart adaptor, you are able to actively use two sim cards and save the cost of buying a second phone.

 

2) Manfrotto Bag

Having a lightweight yet good quality backpack that is capable of carrying as much carry-on items as you usually travel with is essential to remote working.

Manfrotto is an Italian brand of camera and lighting equipment, their bags are lightweight yet made to carry heavy and valuable equipment. With snug compartments for a laptop and tablet, the Redbee 310 Backpack can handle everything you throw into it. I have been using a Manfrotto bag for almost 4 years!

It also fits into most airplane carry-on compartments and provides adequate protection to your belongings.

 

3) TransferWise Borderless Account

TransferWise

Controlling your finances is important when you travel abroad. This TransferWise account allows you to get convenient access to your funds from more than 30 countries globally. On average the rates are 8x cheaper than leading UK banks.

 

4) Travel towels

Travel towels are great because they are compact, super absorbent and dry much faster than regular towels. They fit comfortable into a traveling luggage and are easy to wash and maintain.

 

5) Packing Cubes

Once you start using packing cubes, there is no turning back. It’s incredibly satisfying to open your suitcase and know exactly where everything is.

Even unpacking becomes easier: Packing cubes will keep your clothes compressed and folded flat. Once you’re settled in, you don’t have to rifle through your suitcase looking for that dinner outfit you swore you packed right on the top. You can just move the cubes directly into the draw, unzip, and you’re set.

 

6) Travel insurance

Protection from flight cancellations, lost baggage, accidents and emergencies are some of the benefits of having travel insurance when you travel. Some travel insurance companies also assist with emergency cash if you ever get stranded abroad.

With SafetyWing you can pay for travel insurance monthly and pause at anytime. Ideal for budgeting expenses.

SafetyWing

 

7) Apple AirPods

Whether for music or making phone calls, the Apple AirPods are the most convenient, wireless earphones a remote worker can ask for. The compact size, long lasting battery life and compatibility with most Bluetooth devices also makes it a favourite tool.

 

8) MacBook Air

MacBook Air provide excellent battery life. Enjoy fast booting and charging. It is excellent for document processing and surfing the internet, it’s lightweight as well; which makes this item an ideal travel companion.

 

9) Point and Shoot Camera

Cameras are useful to capture important moments during your travels. This Sony RX100 is excellent at shooting video.

 

10) Travel Mug

A Mug for Coffee or water, keeping hydrated helps cleanse the body, especially while travelling. When giving up disposable cups, You reduce plastic waste and some coffee shops give discounts to customers who bring in their own cup.

 

11) Kindle Paperwhite

Reading on the go whether recreationally or preparing for a class is fun with a Kindle e-reader. With no glare in the sunlight this is by far the best digital device to read from. You can also hold it in one hand and not worry about charging it for months.

 

I hope you enjoy this Packing list for Remote Working. Should you have any items you think should be included, please leave a comment below.

 

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