About a month ago we did a 2-week motorcycle trip to Lofoten, Norway with our baby SaaS. It was definitely needed, as I had drifted into a workaholic mode.
We had a software bug that required us to check on the product 2 times per day at minimum. But then, we had the customer support too so we needed to find an internet for that anyway. But I tried to keep working at minimum and most days spent just 1-2h working.
So I did customer support in a fishing hut. I did customer support in a tent. I did customer support in a camping site kitchenette. And as I clearly communicated that I was on the road, my customers were very understanding.
At first I was a bit stressed for not being able to work more, but then the vacation just took over
Being able to travel with my work is something I’ve aimed at from the moment I left my day job, so it was an awesome experience. And it will be easier next time as the SaaS is getting more stable and mature.