Both Zofi and Fell mention technology and logistics having an important part, especially when it comes to working remotely. I agree with Zofi's comments. I agree with Trudy's comments as well - the most important thing is to be flexible and set some boundaries.
“"For most workers this holiday season the question won't be if they work remotely, but how much. Spending quality time with family and getting work done is a balancing act. This is were the tips for working on the road comes in. Technology and logistics play a part, especially knowing what is and isn't available to get work done. Most important is to be flexible and set boundaries. Know that you might not be able to get everything you planned done, and ask for help when needed. It is a time to spend time with family, so do just that."