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The Coronavirus lockdown has forced everyone to work from their homes. While everyone is trying to fit themselves into the new normal routine, work from home is bringing in its own challenges. Be it juggling between household chores, office work, video calls, raising children, etc, everyone is trying to find their own balances between work and personal life.
In addition to all this, social isolation and living through a pandemic has added a layer of stress and anxiety in the lives of people working from home. So, we reached out to fellow PBians to check how they are coping up with these challenges.
Let’s look at some of their work-from-home stories:
ANURAGINI HULK SHIDDAT (TRAINING)
I see myself in every living being, including all animals. Dogs & cats co-exist with us in close proximity making them dependent on us. I feed 20+ dogs every night because they can't hoard food items like us. Compassion Karo-na, please!
KANUPRIYA PARNAMI (HUMAN RESOURCES)
The only thing which keeps me motivated every day is playing badminton with my family. I wait for 7:00 pm every day to play for at least two hours.
ASHISH ARYA (FINANCE)
I stay in a different city than my family, so I don't get much time with them. This lockdown has given me more time to spend with my kid and family.
BHANVI ARORA (CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS)
Post office hours, I love doing Yoga as it soothes my mind and body. I am also utilizing this period to improve my culinary skills for which I wasn't able to devote time otherwise. I had made banana cake, orange cream cake, and pizza at home.
SUSHIL BISHNOI (TECHNOLOGY)
Yoga In. Stress out! Stay home. Stay cool!
YATIN KHULBE (PRODUCT COMMUNICATIONS)
In these tough times, the family is my strength. Lockdown has given me the opportunity to unlock special moments with my loved ones.
MD. SHAFIQUE ALAM (IT INFRASTRUCTURE)
Poetry is my strength and it helps me to face difficult times in life. I am utilizing the post-work hours by listening to old hindi & urdu songs, gazhals, and seek inspiration, learn new words, and write something new.
PRIYA RAI (DIGITAL MARKETING - CRM)
Whenever I am free from office work or post office hours, I prefer to spend it with my nieces and nephew playing board games, watching TV, etc.
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