I saw the remote revolution at work in a dusty village in Northwest Africa.
I’m a digital nomad who lives internationally. Right now, I’m in Morocco, which is an amazing country to visit — and to work from.
Last week, on a drive from Essouira to Marrakesh, my wife and I stopped with some friends to visit an argan cooperative. Argan oil is produced in significant quantities only in this region of Morocco, where argan trees are endemic. The oil is used for both cosmetics and food. (Moroccans also use it, combined with almond butter and honey, to create a delicious breakfast dip for bread called amlou.)