If you’re looking for a way to switch up your “work from home” routine, how about changing your home office for an exciting new place? Workations can be super-fun once you figure out how to find a balance between working and traveling, and these three tips will help you get there.
We’ve all dealt with procrastination while working from home, but waiting for the good mood to hit so you would finish your tasks is out of the question during workations. If you find yourself struggling with concentration, explore the city for a few hours if you don’t have a strict deadline, and go back to work once you’re back at your hotel or Airbnb.
Have a Plan
If you’re not used to scheduling your daily task, your workation is the perfect time to start. Having a plan in place will help you finish up your work, ease into a routine, and balance business and pleasure without breaking a sweat.
No. 1 Priority
Don’t get so wrapped up in your regular vacation mindset that you forget what your main priority is. A workation isn’t just a regular trip where you can go sightseeing and relax on the beach all day long. Work is still your main priority, and you should remember to treat it that way.