• Day Off Equals Good Health

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    If you are a workaholic like many, taking a  day off may feel like you are “cheating” on your job. After all, do you really and truly need a day off when you should be putting in 12 to 14 hours instead? Medical experts contend that in order to remain productive and perform, workers should take a day off every now and then.

    Though it’s contrary to what many of us have been told over the years, rest is essential for your success, health, and mental well-being. It’s so easy to get caught up in all the stress, action, work, and other parts of life that rest seems like it’s less of a priority and more of a luxury. (Believe me, I know the feeling!) People are constantly reminded to be productive, efficient, and always in action to the point where taking a day off, sitting in the park, or going on vacation seem like something fit for a penalty.

    But you know what? You’re overworked. As an American, you typically have longer workdays, less vacation, and more stress than a lot of other people living elsewhere in the world.

    When you get rest, you actually become …

    If you want to do your best work, it’s important to get away from that work every once in a while. Whether it’s getting away from your desk and going out for lunch, taking the afternoon off to shop or ride your bike or go to the beach, or taking a whole day off and parking your behind on your couch to veg out and watch tv in your pj’s; knowing when you need that “you” time will make you a better worker/student/partner/friend.

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