Subscribe By: Kelly Meissner on May 1st, 2017 Print/Save as PDF The Crossover Coffee Break: Issue #3 Increase Productivity Share: Welcome to the weekly newsletter for Crossover blog subscribers Take a break from your work and join us for some piping hot news about remote work, productivity, and what the Crossover community has been up to. New on the Crossover blog It’s Coffee Week at Crossover! Learn about the brew that keeps workers everywhere fueled and focused: Discover coffee’s origin story and get an infographic with five fun facts. 5 Reasons Why Coffee Is Good For Your Health Coffee can do more than give you a caffeine buzz. Learn more about the drink’s health and mental benefits with highlights from research studies. 5 Coffee Shops in the World For Your Next Nomadic Fix Five international coffee shops to check out during your travels. Preview coffee hotspots from Paris and Rome to Hong Kong and Istanbul. The Alchemy of Coffee Discover seven different ways to prepare your coffee at home, plus tips and tools to brew the perfect cup. That’s not all! Here’s more fresh content in case you missed it: One of Crossover’s visual designers shares her favorite gear for remote work and travel. 7 Ways to Stay Super Productive at Work [Infographic] Practical tips to help you get in the flow and do your best work. Top picks from the archives 8 Reasons to Become a Digital Nomad The benefits of ditching the office for a remote job. Women in Tech: Why So Few? IBM reports that women make up less than 20% of the tech workforce worldwide. We look at some of the potential causes for the gender gap in the technology industry. What we’re reading (and watching) Tim Ferriss: The Productivity Superpower You Didn’t Know You Had [Video] | Inc. The author of The 4-Hour Workweek and Tools of the Titans explains why single-tasking (the opposite of multi-tasking) can help your productivity skyrocket. 10 Essentials For The Perfect Home Office | Forbes What you need to set up comfortable, functional workspace at home. #DevDiscuss Recommends Programming Books | Dev.to Members of The Practical Dev community recommend their favorite books on coding, project management, and programming languages. Questions? Thoughts? Things you’d like to see in the newsletter? Say hello or leave us a comment. We look forward to hearing from you!