If the pandemic has been good for one thing (anything, anything at all – even if just a silver lining!) it’s the global shift towards remote working. Suddenly, your commute is gone, you may or may not be working in pajamas or tracksuit pants from time to time, and there’s no reason why you can’t have fish or eggs for lunch.
Of course, freelancers have been aware of this for years. Decades, even. But remote work doesn’t have to mean “work from home.” It can mean “work from a beach in the Maldives” or “sign into your Zoom call from Morocco”. It could even mean “work from a street side café in Paris, croissant in hand.”