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“Isn’t it amazing how much stuff we get done the day before vacation?” ~Zig Ziglar

You’ve heard the old adage about working so hard in preparation for your vacation, that you will then have time for your breakdown.

Question: How many times have you gotten sick while on holiday? Your body relaxes, your brain turns off, and kaboom!

So, if you’re working “hard” to “clean up” everything before taking some time off, you might be served to take a look at how you approach your “work.”

If you love what you do, it isn’t work. Might take effort, focus and perseverance, but it isn’t hard, it’s challenging.

And if you don’t at least like what you do to earn a living, why are you doing it? The money? Not a good enough reason if it drains your battery everyday.

We all need to some downtime to recharge our physical and emotional batteries.

Scheduling it daily, even in five-minute bite-size pieces, is a healthy way of avoiding a dead battery while on vacation.

Because vacations—of all durations—are necessities, not luxuries.

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