Taking time out shouldn’t be stressful and it doesn’t have to be, but many Americans stress out so much before a vacation that they often avoid taking a vacation at all. They worry and stress about work, what will happen at work and what will become of their work load and what about the project that is coming up soon. You can’t eliminate all the stress, stress is going to come, but you can deal with it much better and learn to plan ahead better.
- There is a fear that many Americans suffer from, this fear comes from leaving your workload before a vacation
- These fears are actually enough to stop people from taking a vacation entirely, the stress is just too much.
- It’s impossible to remove all stress, but there are things you can do to better plan ahead so you can take the vacation you need.
“As a time management coach, I’ve observed that pre-vacation work stress typically falls into two buckets: completing work before your departure and being away from the office.”
Read more: https://hbr.org/2018/08/how-to-take-the-stress-out-of-taking-time-off
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