Working across time zones can mean being up at 3 a.m. It's worth it for some travelers.

· The Washington Post · Shannon McMahon

They’re both part of a movement of working remotely abroad that shows people are willing to take on the logistical hurdles of working sometimes completely opposite schedules from their teams for the privilege of traveling.

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