Nothing is right or wrong. In my opinion, it's about doing what makes you happy, and then taking action yourself. So I am that single again who is forced to work from home on my own and at the moment I have a huge need for some new incentives, some positivity and broadening my horizons. In paid employment on workcation, is that possible? Working travel isn't just for the self-employed. Attention to the well-being of your employees has been high on the agenda for years. Because happy people.
Perform better. It's that simple. And if that Executive List means that working in a warm climate makes someone happy and closing the laptop at the end of the day to explore a city or go on a mountain hike, why not?! I notice that many young people in particular have the idea that after your studies you have to discover the world and after that you are stuck in working life. How nice is this trend then. You can still travel, discover cultures, see beautiful places and fully enjoy yourself, while you have a permanent job.
Can then use your spare vacation days for that long journey or that break where you are really offline for a while. Also read: Working (net)working online: 8 lessons from a digital nomad And do you also want some more time for yourself during the workcation? Then discuss whether you can take some time off during your trip, limit your working day to 6 hours, or take temporary unpaid leave so that you can work less. I also discussed the latter with my boss and it was no problem at all.