With more than 4.7 million Americans working remotely at least half the time, travel becomes much more convenient. And the question shifts from whether travel is possible to the next destination. And certain cities are more conducive to remote work than others. According to USA Today, one of the top 10 locations for remote work is Nashville, Tennessee. Tennessee has the lowest effective tax rate in the continental United States, 82.4 percent broadband access, and a home price appreciation rate of 11.3%.
Additionally, Nashville is the origin of country music. It is also the place to go for music of any genre! And spring is a wonderful time to visit Nashville. The Ryman Auditorium, formerly the Grand Ole Opry, likely contains a photograph of the man in black wearing all white. Indeed, it’s Cash in white!
While music is the main attraction in Nashville, there is still much to do. Nearly all of the hiking trails in and around Nashville are dog-friendly and abound with waterfalls and river walks.
Consider Nashville if you are a remote worker with a hankering for a road trip. Try one of these coffee hot spots while there. Whether you want to meet a new client for a drink or immerse yourself in a state of deep work, these are the best places I’ve discovered to get work done.