How to Escape to the Countryside and Work Remote

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Wild, original, surprising, uncurated — this is how I would describe my day-to-day work-life. No, I don’t live in a bustling metropolis (though I did for some time). I live and work in a rural place. In 2018 I made the leap and moved from a large, East Coast metro to a small New England town of 1800 people.

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Living in sync with nature for political, social, and spiritual revolution. @carabros

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Living in sync with nature for political, social, and spiritual revolution. @carabros

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