Remote Space


Your Work: Reinvented

Season 1, Ep. 22

Since the Coronavirus pandemic began, most of us have transitioned to working remotely. It didn’t take long for some people to see some of the obvious benefits of ditching the traditional office setup in exchange for the remote work model, and many of those people have since realized they don't need to go back to the way it was. And then there are people like Lydia Lee, founder of Screw the Cubicle, who has been practicing nomadic employment long before the quarantine popped up on anyone's radar.


On today's episode of Remote Space, Doug Thomas speaks with Lydia Lee about her transition from a six-figure corporate job to starting a career helping people to find meaning in their work and empowering them to find purpose while also making a profit.  


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Lydia Lee Linkedin: 

Lydia Lee's Website: Screw the Cubicle 

Lydia's article, How I turned my dream life into my real life: 


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Mental Health Comes Into Focus

Ep. 23
Over the past year as the global workforce largely shifted to working remotely, our work-life balance was thrown for a loop. But one silver lining of the complications of working from home 24/7 and all the confusion and uncertainty caused by the pandemicis that it has led to a spotlight on both our mental health and issues of accessibility.On today's episode, Doug speaks with Megan Lawrence, Microsoft's Accessibility Evangelist who spends her days working to ensure that everybody has the tools they need to excel at their jobs. Doug and Megan speak about how there's been a paradigm shift in how those in the workforce discuss their mental health andways that the workplace is evolving to become more accommodating, and the upcoming Ability Summit all are welcomed to.LinksMeghan Lawrence's LinkedIn: Thomas' LinkedIn: Summit: Accessibility Center: feature in Microsoft 365: off notifications--distractions--in Outlook: Outlook, how to end meetings early or start late: Kenji Yoshino on Covering: