Idaho has established itself as a destination.
During the pandemic’s peak, more people moved to Idaho than any other state – approximately 70% of all moves to and from Idaho were inbound. Workers who can work remotely want more space, greater affordability, lower taxes, and a healthier lifestyle.
Boise, Idaho’s capital city, is the state’s fastest growing city and the most desirable place to live in the state. Following Boise, the best places to live are Coeur d’Alene and Idaho Falls. Driggs earns an honourable mention as a convenient location for exploring the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks – two must-see destinations for digital nomads.
I appreciate the value of having a conducive work environment with positive energy.
As a digital nomad, having a dedicated work space may be the difference between a successful and unsuccessful workday. If you’re not interested in dedicating yourself (and your paycheck) to a co-working space, coffee shops are an excellent place to work. After conducting research and visiting a few, I’ve compiled a list of the best coffee shops to work from in Idaho.