Welcome to Part Two of our 3-part series of posts on gift suggestions for the holiday season.
What, pray tell, is a “coworkaholic”? It’s a person who can’t stop coworking! If you have any friends or family members who are entrepreneurs, remote workers, freelancers, or small business owners working at a coworking space (or who might love working at a coworking space), here are some gift ideas.
Noise-Cancelling Headphones. For a noise sensitive freelancer trying to survive in a shared workspace, a good pair of headphones can make a huge difference. Here are the best noise-cancelling headphones of 2017, according to TechRadar.
A Thermos. Did you know that most disposable coffee cups are not recyclable? How many do you use a month? A week? A day? According to Carry Your Cup, if you use just one disposable cup every day, “you’ll end up creating about 23 lbs of waste in one year.” Even producing the cups creates CO2 emissions! So help the earth and your friend by getting them a reusable thermos for their coffee or tea.
A Chair Cushion. Some coworking spaces – like Free Range – have ergonomic chairs specifically designed for working in comfort. But if they don’t, help your friend sit comfortably by getting them a chair cushion.
A Computer Stand. A sturdy, portable computer stand will encourage your coworkaholic pal to stand up while working, giving their back a break rather than breaking their back.
A Coworking Membership: Go in with some friends to give your digital nomad buddy a cozy office through a coworking membership. The mobile membership at Free Range is only $180 for an entire year of coworking, including 10 visits a month and all the benefits of a workspace. Or -- for something a little smaller -- take a look at our gift cards starting at only $25.