As I jig my way through the belting blizzard from the sauna to the sea, the words of Linnar Viik, a founding father of Estonia’s digital-first nation so integral that he’s known as Mr Internet, ring in my ears with the whistling wind.
One of the great challenges of remote work can be staying energised. Lowering myself down the icicle-clad ladder to submerge me in the Gulf of Finland, the rush of tingling aliveness confirms it’s a problem I won’t be having after this particular long laptop day. Pegging it back through the fresh snow in my trunks before the freeze can seize my ankles, I must resemble a rather red penguin that has just consumed a triple-shot espresso martini.
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