Interesting article here, especially if you are a would-be "digital nomad". Though I think the folks in this article are doing it with a lot more "meaning" than I, the concepts are still relevant.
My new job is one in which I am "at work" wherever my computer and brain are. I'm in the process of setting up an nice "home office" in the Kitten's garage (semi-finished), and my employer has graciously provided me with the tools and permission to pursue my living in this manner.
Mostly, I work out of the garage and the apartment in Arlington. But the Arlington pad has become an expensive convenience, and I will regrettably let its lease lapse at the end of October. Since virtually all of my "customers" are on that side of the Chesapeake Bay, I will still be spending a great deal of time in the "big city"...so I've been actively seeking places where I can kill an hour or two between meetings in active, productive work. For instance, I arrived at my Friday afternoon meeting an hour early, as the margin I'd build in for the ride from the Eastern Shore proved unnecessary. Lucky for me, the Washington Navy Yard has a nice little niche of leather couches tucked into the little promenade where the convenience store, fast-food joints, and barber shops are. So I plopped down, set up my computer with cell-card internet access, and used the time productively.
Those of you in the DC/NOVA region with other ideas on where to "nomad", please let me know.