woman wearing virtual glasses

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Keith Coppersmith. While we can’t predict the future, we can analyze existing trends and make educated guesses about it. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to adapt, and some of these adaptations are likely to continue throughout 2021 (because the pandemic isn’t…

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woman on a video call working from home

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Nooria Khan. The number of regular work-from-home employees has grown by 173% in the last 15 years, which is around 11% faster than the rest of the workforce. The pandemic has surely marked the end of regular 9 to 5 for many companies…

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woman at a coworking space

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Elsie Cook. Coworking spaces are more common today than ever before. They are good choices for startup companies and the self-employed. They also can be useful for larger companies that want to reduce costs and network with other professionals.  One of the best…

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woman working in a coworking space

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Aditi Mittal. “Remote work” has possibly become one of the most used terms. The pandemic brought an unwilling overnight transition in the way companies work and had employees frantically setting up office space at home. But most importantly, it left millions across the…

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business laptop at a coworking space

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Emma Jones. Some businesses take out loans, others have grants, and others start on a shoestring budget. Whatever your situation may be, keeping the costs down for new businesses is a priority for most. In this article, we will take a look at…

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woman working from her couch

This is a guest post written for the MELD Coworking blog by Adrian Agawin. Due to the pandemic, many companies across various industries have enforced mandatory work-from-home guidelines to continue their business operations and prevent further revenue loss. This remote management work set up has become the “new normal” for many employees and employers. Before…

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woman at an ergonomic workstation

The importance of setting up an ergonomic workstation is increasing in our day-to-day life — especially with so many people working from home. More or less we all know that constantly sitting in the wrong postures can cause acute health issues including stiffness, aches, a bent spine, and so on. So if you are someone…

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pink shoes walking on sidewalk

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Rory Donnelly. We are all aware of the damaging impacts of a sedentary lifestyle on our well-being. But did you know your desk job is causing havoc on your body too? Sitting for 8-10 hours with minimal or no movement restricts blood circulation…

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man working at a coworking space in Austin

2020 has ushered in a new wave of people working from home in Austin – although as many have noted, working remotely during a pandemic is anything but “normal.” In normal times your kids were at school, your partners and roommates were commuting to their offices, and you had the option to split time between…

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person using laptop in coworking space

This is a guest post for the MELD Coworking blog written by Valerie Chua. The pandemic changing the modern workplace is not so much breaking news anymore. Instead of companies having traditional offices, many were forced to adopt a remote working model to continue with their tasks. This transition has been good for some companies…

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