Work from HILL: The Redefined WFH!

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The menace of coronavirus has changed the way we live and work. There were times when we used to come home and be happy and content to see our bed, but due to these uncertain times, our beds have become our desks for work! I’m sure it was nice for a while, but now we are all just bored and tired. For a prolonged time, WFH meant Work from Home for most of us. But not anymore! The tourism industry was the most hit because of the global pandemic, and it will probably be the last to recover. To restore the tourism and economic stability, several state governments decided to lift the stringent rules and regulations and opened the states for tourism again. States like Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, and Rajasthan are offering pocket-friendly packages for you to have an experience of your lifetime, which is safe, sanitized, and equipped with high-speed internet! Tired of being a couch potato all the time, the bored and the frustrated youngsters and corporate professionals saw this as a terrific opportunity and packed their bags and the laptop, to set out on a journey to the mountains, away from the boring and monotonous work life! Working from your living room for 8 hours a day can be annoying and frustrating, and for better mental peace and to soothe their nerves, many corporate workers decided to escape from their homes to travel to the hills to shift their workplace in an ongoing pandemic. You cannot possibly come up with new and creative ideas by just sitting in front of your laptops. Exploring new things, meeting new people, learning about different stories from all around the world(all this while maintaining social distancing obviously) is what makes a person innovative. Change is essential to find your peace of mind amidst all the chaos. The mountains, coupled with birds chirping, strong and cool winds, drizzle, a hot cup of chai, magnificent view, clean air, aimless walks, new and fresh thoughts, gives an indescribable feeling; you feel so close to paradise. [read more]

What is work from hills like?

Working from hills allows you to mix work and pleasure pleasantly! It makes your working hours memorable and unique. You grab a cup of ginger tea, hot and lip-smacking breakfast, enjoy the cool breeze, the valley views, and the stunning landscape in front of you. That ought to make work much fun. Working in the mountains inspire you to be better at what you do. There is a wave of new energy and good vibes, which motivates you to learn new skills and perform the best. After finishing work in the evening, you go out for a walk. Walking in the woods, encountering unknown but the most beautiful spots of nature is absolute bliss. If it’s not raining, you can set up a ‘socially distanced’ bonfire under the stars and just live in the moment. The feeling is surreal. Hills can be a home away from home. The level of productivity is bound to change. Your work efficiency will vary in different places. Maybe it will be better, maybe worse. You might get really creative and innovative with your ideas. It will obviously not be the same as at home. But nature will inspire you. You can give birth to something groundbreaking while working and relaxing in the lap of mother nature. Being in sync with nature may bring out the best in you and make you even more productive. Working from above the hills is an ultimate experience. It has become a much-needed escape in the present times, where Work from Home has become our “new normal.” You need to de-stress yourself from all the troubles in order to work smoothly, and mountains never disappoint! The mountains are calling you! Are you going to answer the call? [/read]

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