Work, Ski, Skate

Work, Ski, Skate

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This year, the Winter Olympics held in Sochi, Russia have been 2 weeks of exciting, memorable and emotional triumphs for athletes from all over the world. And millions of viewers tuned in to experience the thrill of alpine skiing, figure skating, and many other winter sports in this fantastic event. They have been a way for people to enjoy all that winter has to offer, immersing in the winter sports from the comfort of their living rooms. But now that the Winter Olympics have come to a close, there tends to be a sense of “winter blues.” People have loved partaking in the winter sports from their living rooms, and now that the games are over it can feel like there is an empty space where the Games used to be.

If you’re wishing the magic of the Games didn’t have to end so soon, you’re not alone. You might be craving to get out into the snow, strap on some skis and hit the slopes after watching so many of these amazing athletes perform! But in reality, this doesn’t have to be just a dream. With a brand new app, you can search for remote working spaces in and offices in prime locations for enjoying your favorite winter sport.

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WinterWorking.co.uk combines remote working locations with local ski and skate locations, so you can put yourself right where you want to be. They’ve identified the best remote working spaces and ski/skate locations that just happen to be nearby each other. So you can find yourself totally productive during the day, and strapping on skis or lacing up your skates by the afternoon. And other users can add great locations as well, so you can find out about new resorts or ski slopes all the time. It’s a great way to find a community of others with the same interests and goals. So if you think that the winter sports season has to come to an end with the Winter Olympics, think again! With this app, you’ll be on the slopes or rink right after a day at work, enjoying the magic of the winter season until the last snowflake melts.