New updates and useful information about COVID-19, which will help to strengthen the freelance businesses.
Coronavirus pandemic has changed our understanding of time, our day-night routine, and our relationship with the concept of home. Stuck at home, in the monotonous setting of our same old living spaces, working from home every day and being bombarded with Covid-19 related news, we tend to find ourselves feeling
Home is the new office for millions of people around the world due to the physical distancing rules coerced by Covid-19. On top of the difficulties of adapting to this new reality, with kids now schooled remotely from home; working parents find themselves also struggling with the notion of trying
What is social distancing? It simply refers to a set of interventions and measures by staying physically distant to hinder the spread of contagious diseases. The term has entered our lives with the pandemic and has become so widespread that we have been hearing and seeing everywhere every single day.
Sadly, the Coronavirus pandemic has locked us out of cultural institutions and their intellectually satisfying environments. But, that doesn’t mean that we have to be deprived of arts and ideas preserved inside those walls. Even before the pandemic outbreak, many museums were offering virtual tours of their spaces. Now
The virus has triggered the work from home movement and nowadays remote work is indispensably gaining acceptance worldwide. But is it here to stay? With many businesses now reaping the benefits of working from home, could businesses use this as an opportunity to adapt and change for good? Before moving
“I have plenty on my plate but I can’t concentrate!” “My work seems to pile up while I remain petrified by the Coronavirus news.” “The only thing I can follow up is my Twitter feed these days.” “My mind seems blank. I cannot focus and I feel prone to
With the threats of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are bound to stay home more than ever. Many corporate tech businesses including Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook have asked their staff to work from home to help slow down the spread of Coronavirus. Freelancers are generally on good terms with