The Crossover Coffee Break: Issue #14

By: Kelly Meissner on July 17th, 2017

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The Crossover Coffee Break: Issue #14

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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

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May and June were big months for Crossover’s international hiring tour. Learn about our first online tournament and other new developments.

The Remote Life

Food and travel tips from our remote-working partners around the world, from Brazil to Romania to India and beyond.

Crossover Country Spotlight: Poland

Crossover has remote teams in 100+ countries! Learn about Team Poland in the first of our series of country spotlights.

It’s Tea Time

Learn about the health benefits of tea and why it might be a better choice than coffee to fuel your workday.

Top picks from the archives

7 TED Talks That Inspire the Future of Work

Inspiration for finding that elusive work-life balance, boosting productivity, and reaching your goals.

6 Quick Productivity Tips for the Remote Worker

Working from home has its own challenges. Beat distractions and develop a productive routine with these practical tips.

What we’re reading

460 Free Online Programming & Computer Science Courses You Can Start in July | FreeCodeCamp

Browse a selection of free, self-paced online classes, categorized by skill level (beginner, intermediate, and advanced).

How to Be More Productive at Work | The Guardian

Productivity at work should be personalized—experts offer tips on finding your own path.

Successfully Working from Home and Why It’s an Art | FlexJobs

Working from home isn’t always “a magical dreamland, full of cozy jammies, no traffic, and junk daytime TV.” It requires self-discipline and can take some getting used to. This guide offers some advice if you’re considering or just getting started with remote work.

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!