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Do you need to get out of your home office and have some human interaction once in a while? The purpose of this meetup is to work together with other DC women who work from home. This includes entrepreneurs, small business owners, freelancers, creatives, remote workers, digital nomads, etc! Use this group to make a new friend, find a co-working bud, or just drop in one time if you're feeling like getting out of the house.

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Upcoming events (5)

Virtual Co-working Session For Creatives

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Calling all Writers, Photographers, Videographers, Graphic Designers, Artists, Musicians and other Creatives! Join your fellow creatives for an afternoon virtual co-working session led by Carla. You will also have the opportunity to share what you’ve been working on (if you choose) at the end of the session. Agenda (2 1/2 hrs): 1-1:15PM - Overview of Process/Introductions/Session Goals 1:15-2PM - 45 mins of creating 2-2:10PM - Break time (Progress update, Announcements and Chit Chat) 2:10-3PM - 50 mins of creating 3-3:30PM - Progress Update/Sharing/Contact Exchange/Goodbyes How to get the most out of a co-working session: ➤ It's best to get clear on your session goals BEFORE you start the session. Ex. "In the next 50 mins, I intend to finish editing a video." ➤ However, the act of being productive for 50 mins straight can be the goal as well. Ex. "I'll be happy with my session if I manage to be productive for 50 mins with no distractions." Notes: ➤ Event Passcode is[masked]. ➤ We prefer a structured format. If you arrive late, you can introduce yourself during the next break. ➤ Try to arrive on time or comment if you'll be arriving late. Please update your RSVP if you will not be attending. ➤ Your Zoom name should match your Meetup name or you will not be granted access to the meeting. ➤ If you have a few minutes, please take our survey on Virtual Events: http://bit.ly/DCLWRQuiz ➤ This event is open to all members, including newcomers. ➤ Attendees agree to follow the rules: https://bit.ly/DCLWRVirtualRules About Your Host: Carla is a new organizer for Ladies Work Remote - Washington DC. She is a photographer, blogger and enjoys creative writing. About Ladies Work Remote: Ladies Work Remote is a national co-working club for women founded in 2017 by Liz Shinn. Our mission is to connect women who work from home with other remote women in their city. Visit http://ladiesworkremote.com for more information.

Virtual Hobby Hour!

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Baking, painting, journaling, plant care-taking? What's your hobby? Whether it's something you picked up just for the pandemic or a lifelong passion, let's get together (via Zoom) and talk about it! Bring your knitting needles, whisks, and pottery wheels for some cheerful conversation while we work on our favorite pastimes. Want to see more events like this? Let us know through our virtual events survey: https://forms.gle/8XGNecXD6br36UEZ9

Level Up Your LinkedIn Workshop

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A recruiter should be reaching out to you regarding a new opportunity at least every 2 weeks. If you would like to get similar results for the job you want or could use some tips on how you can improve your LinkedIn profile then join this webinar. I"ll be sharing key tips on: - How to effectively search for jobs on LinkedIn - What to include on your LinkedIn profile - What to share on LinkedIn to attract recruiters/hiring managers ---------------------- This is event is hosted by Kimmoy Matthews, owner of www.stressfreeresumes.com and experienced Technical Writer and Content Strategist. She has secured high-paying job opportunities with companies like Google without having to submit job applications for the past 5 years. She hosts workshops for organizations like Salesforce and professional groups to share LinkedIn techniques that generate results. Event passcode is[masked]

Writing-themed Virtual Co-working Session

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Let’s kick off the first week of National Novel Writing Month (https://nanowrimo.org) with an afternoon virtual co-working session focused on writing led by Carla. If you’re not a fiction writer, don’t let that stop you from joining us. Authors, bloggers, technical writers or any one needing to get any kind of writing done, this session is for you! We’ll start with a quick writing sprint with a prompt to get the juices flowing. Agenda (2 hrs): 2-2:15PM - Overview of Process/Introductions/Session Goals 2:15-2:30PM - Writing Prompt/Sprint/Review 2:30-3PM - 30 mins of writing 3-3:10PM - Break time (Progress update, Announcements and Chit Chat) 3:10-4PM - 50 mins of writing 4PM - Progress Update/Goodbyes/Contact Exchange How to get the most out of a co-working session: ➤ It's best to get clear on your session goals BEFORE you start the session. Ex. "In the next 50 mins I intend to finish editing a video." ➤ However, the act of being productive for 50 mins straight can be the goal as well. Ex. "I'll be happy with my session if I manage to be productive for 50 mins with no distractions." Notes: ➤ Event Passcode is[masked] ➤ We prefer a structured format. If you arrive late, you can introduce yourself during the next break. ➤ Try to arrive on time or comment if you'll be arriving late. Please update your RSVP if you will not be attending. ➤ Your Zoom name should match your Meetup name or you will not be granted access to the meeting. ➤ If you have a few minutes, please take our survey on Virtual Events: http://bit.ly/DCLWRQuiz ➤ This event is open to all members, including newcomers. ➤ Attendees agree to follow the rules: https://bit.ly/DCLWRVirtualRules About Your Host: Carla is a new organizer for Ladies Work Remote - Washington DC. She is a photographer, blogger and enjoys creative writing. About Ladies Work Remote: Ladies Work Remote is a national co-working club for women founded in 2017 by Liz Shinn. Our mission is to connect women who work from home with other remote women in their city. Visit http://ladiesworkremote.com for more information.

Past events (348)

Virtual Coworking (2 hr Session)

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