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While we may be living through turbulent times in history, we must remember that this, too, shall pass.
Some companies like Hewlett-Packard offered the ‘Work From Home (WFH) facility to their employees way back in 2008. At that time, WFH was considered a privilege that employees could enjoy when they were under the weather or they faced difficulties commuting to the office premises due to strikes, etc.
Since March 2020, most companies who could do it, have offered the WFH facility to their employees out of necessity. The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life as we know it.
While we may be living through turbulent times in history, we must remember that this, too, shall pass. Due to the lifting of lockdown, some people from the office may be working on-premises while others may be working from home. Effective communication channels must be available for team management and morale boosting.
Now that it’s been seven months into the new normal, let’s discuss some tips/hacks that can help us maximize productivity while WFH.
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Aishwariya Laxmi is a writer, editor, blogger, and poet living in suburban Chennai, India. She blogs on https://aishwariyalaxmi.com/ and has a newsletter at https://ash.fambase.com/. Her poems and flash fiction have read more...
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Homeschooling in India is having a moment. As families become increasingly weary of traditional schooling thanks to cookie-cutter policies and high costs, parents are opting for alternate methods of education
Homeschooling in India is having a moment. As families become increasingly weary of traditional schooling thanks to cookie-cutter policies and high costs, parents are opting for alternate methods of education.
Come Monday morning, homes with young families across the country are in a chaotic yet familiar dance. Ceiling fans are turned off, and lights turned on with a vengeance.
Teeth are cleaned, and breakfasts are shovelled down. Uniforms and shoes are thrown on, and heavy school bags are picked up as parents and kids alike make a mad dash for the door.
You ask any SATC fan. We all wanted a friendship like the one that the 4 girls shared. A friendship that was a rock. A friendship that seemed to withstand the tests of time and in general, life.
I confess that SATC (Sex and the City) has a special place in my heart. I must have watched the 6 seasons and every single episode at that, countless times. Seriously, there was nothing like sitting back with a glass of wine, a bar of dark chocolate and an episode of SATC, after a hard day at work. It renewed me. Made me laugh.
So much so, that I even ended up going for the special SATC bus tour when I visited New York in 2019.
Now some may call the show frivolous but for me, it was pure, honest entertainment. I was in love with the fashion, the ‘fabulousness’, the fun! And it had its moments as well. Moments that were truly thought-provoking, moments that made its viewers take a good, candid look at their own relationships, particularly their female friendships.