Sue Hayward: If you can swap the rush hour and office politics to work from home, what’s stopping you going a step further and working from a beach bar in Bali or harbor-side cafe in Sydney?
And on the occasions I’ve caught up with emails in Hong Kong or filed features from an apartment in Greece, I’ll admit to feeling slightly smug.
Is your career compatible?
Packing a suitcase is the easy part; you’ve got to make sure your job’s portable too.
If your job can be done from your laptop…