Alisia Watson was born in Torino, Italy on 06 January 1993. Alisia Watson early life was full of poverty but still she managed to study and completed her graduation. Alisia was graduated in Journalism and then later on Business Administration from University of Torino. Alisia Watson, since her school was fond of writing. She wrote for many school magazine and won prizes. Moreover, she also wrote in different university annual magazines and other student societies magazines and made her name in Italy for her best write up. Alisia Watson has been even nominated for the best Author of 2019 in Italy. Alisia Watson has been writing for HuffPost, Read Write and Datafloq and then later on joined MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief in January 2020.
The global pandemic has spread all over the world. The COVID-19 has affected the lives of many. Industries have not taken it easy either. Many have lost their jobs, while others had to adjust to the completely new lifestyle and completely new reality they work up one day. The pandemic is not over yet, but some restrictions have been lifted.
Since I was a little girl I always had this dream of my own place to live. I was raised in a family with 3 siblings and 2 bedrooms, so privacy was a luxury only allowed when my family get out for country trips and I had to stay because my college.
During this quarantine, everyone required to stay at home except for the essential workers, which is what I am. I am always out I am rarely home, I love being at home; it is my escape from this world. The room that I call my sanctuary is my office. When you enter the room– The room is small like a child bedroom enough room for a twin-size bed, a dresser, and the child's toys, with one window to bring in the morning light. The color of the room is White as an eggshell; it gives the feeling of a canvass, draw, and paint what you want your world to look. There are two desks, one on the left and one on the right. The desk on the right is long and light brown. It belongs to my husband because he is in Law. His desk is divided with different décor on the right is Star Wars memorabilia and on the left books on Law, and documentation on cases. There are three University degrees hanging on the wall.
I'm of the mind that, coronavirus or not, we were always moving inexorably towards remote work. As reported by Forbes, modern workers demand greater respect, flexibility, and purpose from their jobs. Meanwhile, the technology that acts as the foundation of effective telecommuting — collaboration apps, video conferencing tools, and more — is now more advanced than ever.