Work­ing Hard or Hardly Work­ing

Powder - - POSTHOLE -

I’d be all about it (“Cowork­ing Spa­ces Are Com­ing to a Ski Re­sort Near You” on Pow­der.com). Hav­ing the op­tion to ski for a cou­ple hours right up un­til a meet­ing time, then jump in the of­fice im­me­di­ately and work for the rest of the day and head home at night means those morn­ing laps are ac­tu­ally hap­pen­ing. Oth­er­wise, they would not be. I owe a lot of my best morn­ings last sea­son to the fact that Snow­bird had Wi-fi in the base lodge with enough band­width for video calls.

Ryan Dun­fee Via Pow­der.com

This might be the sad­dest thing I’ve seen to­day.

Arthur Charles Via Face­book

Glad I don’t have this prob­lem. There must be some sad peo­ple in the world if you can­not dis­con­nect from work for a few hours or a few days.

Josh Saiz Via Face­book

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