Anyone using E-learning / Instructional design to travel and work remotely?
This may be more of a lifestyle questions, but I'm curious how many people in the field are working remotely and/or how many create a lifestyle of travel and location flexibility because of the potential for a non b&m office setting. I'm an ESL coordinator for a school district and separately an online ESL instructor to kids in China. I would eventually like to quit my day job and live and work remote - teaching online and designing E-courses. I've never had a face to face conversation with an instructional designer so I figured I'd ask for your feedback. Oh and I am currently enrolled in a program for Instructional design / E- through my local University (waste of my time?) Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!