Is Work From Home (WFH) Going to Become A Growing Trend?

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Written By Alison Cooper

It is often said that an idle brain is a devil’s workshop.

What the proverb infers is that if a person sits idle all day or if he has too much free time in his corner, then he is bound to indulge himself in things and activities. Those kinds of stuff are not stellar at all, rather unproductive, unconstructive, and a waste of his skills and knowledge.

So, the real meaning of this saying is that man cannot and should not sit idle for any reason, which means we have to work throughout our days to stay away from nefarious activities and people.

Work is not only important because it makes the day go by in mere seconds, but also because you get an income that is important for your subsistence. 

When you are immersed in your work, the concept of time becomes trivial for you, you start writing a blog, and you won’t even realize that it has been two hours, while time seems to crawl when you sit idle; a minute feels like an hour. 

The income that you earn from your work will most definitely make you financially independent. You can buy anything and everything you desire, as long as it fits the budget. Without income, paying rent and buying groceries would feel like climbing Mt Everest, which means almost impossible.

By now, all of you must have realized that working is indeed imperative;

  • For your independence, 
  • For your finances, and 
  • Especially for your mental well-being


In the traditional sense, working meant going to the office and working throughout the day to then going back home, getting a good night’s sleep, and pushing the repeat button every day. 

As is the trend with the millennials, they have come up with yet another new concept of working from home. In the past, the house was the place of relaxation, a haven of sorts. It was where you do not bring any of the worries of work. However, now the work is carried to the confines of home. 

Strangely, the work from home trend is being appreciated all over the world. People like to stay at home and work. YouTubers have been doing it for years, and they earn much more than the average income of an employee.

People have liked it so much that there have been instances wherein folks have taken start-up business loans to get closer to the work from home dream.


Is Work From Home (WFH) Going to Become A Growing Trend?The work from home concept has countless perks and only perks.

  • You save yourself from the daily commute and getting stuck in traffic, which not only preserves your energy but also heightens your efficiency levels.
  • You get to spend more time with your families, which builds your relationships stronger and your children love you more. In a household where both parents are working, children often get neglected upbringing.
  • You can save a lot more money. The majority of employees spend about 20 percent of their income on their work, out of which traveling expenses are the heftiest.
  • Last on the list of perks is the environment. Your home is the most comfortable place for you in the world. If you get to work inside it, would that not be a blessing.


Working from home is truly a blessing. However, how does one shower himself with grace like this? Is there a methodology to adopt?

Surely, there has to be a guide book to follow through. You are lucky there is one available right here.


The first step to commence the process of working from home is to know what kind of work you want to do.

If you wish to work for a company full-time, become a freelancer or start-up on your own. Whatever you choose to do will decide how you will go about getting to work from the security and comfort of your home.


There are thousands of companies that are willing to let their employees work from home. If you are pregnant or differently-abled, then even more organizations will offer you this privilege. All you need to do is know which companies have the work from home policy and apply.

If you are already employed and want you to change to make your home an office, then again, you would have to check the by-laws of your employer to know whether it is even feasible and then give a valid reason for your change of preference. If you are lucky, you will get your wish.


Next are the freelancers. I feel that freelancing is the most relaxing and stress-free job. You get to decide your schedule, your hours, and the days you wish to work.

If your profession is that of a biographer, columnist or journalist, then this is quite easy for you. Publishing houses, newspapers, and reporting agencies are always on the lookout for freelancers to complete their content demand.


The last category to choose from is that of a business owner. This is more complicated than the other two. You need a lot of things in line to become ready to start up your venture. 

First, you need a practical and workable idea that will get you guaranteed profits. You will have a lot of options from establishing a bakery to creating your merchandise.

Second, you would need space, separate office space in your home. Working in the living area not only distracting but also slightly inappropriate. You can convert the spare bedroom into the office.

Third, you would require funding to make all of this happen. For that, you can use your savings or get a loan. Business loans for bad credit are pretty popular these days because they do not let your credit history become the deciding factor of your eligibility for a loan.

Once you have these three things working for you, you are all set and ready to whirl the business world in a storm from your perfect home.

In the end, working from home has far more benefits than drawbacks. As a result, it is a trend that will not go out of fashion any time soon, and instead, it would be adopted by more people all across the globe. So, the question is, will you be one of them?

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