Being on a workation
Work from Home is the Covid-byproduct, but remote-working from every geographical location is a choice an increasing number of people are exercising. And with good results.
Conversations around me are morale boosting. It’s of people planning a workation, a neologism with a positive ring to it. Workation — like combining work and vacation — is a concept most pleasing to millions of home-stuck workers, myself included. It has opened up a new possibility of breaking away from the chains that tie us to our tables, chairs or the living room couch in the current situation.
Someone is considering a workation in Georgia and another sets his mind on Spain. Or Greece. In the third voice, I hear mention of the Himalayas. The proposed options seemingly cover all geographical locations. In an inspired moment, I turn to Google and I am astounded by the results.
Read the full story on what remote workers Ananda Shakespeare, Helena, Samantha Wilkins, Prashant Mathawan, Arnav Mathur and others are saying about this…
A very unique comcept Anjaly and so well crafted – this article took me places virtually – loved the experience of a worknation !! Great Going