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How to find time to relax in the no-vacation nation

posted by Sarah on June 19, 2012 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • Lynette Midy

    I tried posting this on facebook and the title of the article didnt appear, instead the long header appeared “Help Getting Organized, Get Organized tips blah blah…” too long.

  • Lynette Midy

    it makes it challenging for people to see what the article is aboutanddirect trafffic to your site, just an observation.

  • SarahButtonedUp

     @8179dbb572b63996ed15bf53d9ff5f92:disqus – thank you so much for bringing this up. It must be related to something someone put in headers for SEO. I will look into it immediately!

  • SarahButtonedUp

     @8179dbb572b63996ed15bf53d9ff5f92:disqus – the gobbledygook issue should be fixed now. I just tested it and it works.

  • Eileen marie

    The reward of my uber-stressful teaching job is my “summer off” (usually amounts to 5-7wks) for which I am very grateful! It is my time to decompress & put my home/personal life back together. Plus we definitely have the travel bug! Hotlanta this week for Haven2012 & S. Cally next week for a dear friend’s wedding.

  • MomofTwoPreciousGirls

    I take all my days off, but only because I refuse to not take advantage of a benefit they provide to me.  I give them so much for a not a lot, so heck yes I use EVERY SINGLE DAY!

    However, it’s rarely vacation.  It’s either sick time for me o the kids or running errands.  Even when we take vacation it’s usually to visit family so we end up running all over the place trying to squeeze everyone in…never relaxing.

  • http://globaltableadventure.com/ Sasha | Global Table Adventure

    Great article! I plan on showing my husband #3, he’s particularly bad with that. Of course, so am I, but it’s typically the only time I have to get any work done (after my daughter is asleep).

  • Sarahbeth

    I have a problem taking my days because I’m always afraid something is going to pop up, like I’ll get sick.  I don’t want to use my days and then *surprise* kidney stone.  I do need to get in the habit of scheduling at least some time off toward the end of the year when my days are about to be lost.  Great article!  This will help me until I can truly handle my paranoia of needing the days off and not having them.  Thanks!

  • SarahButtonedUp

     @10b0275cae69baf9e7abcc1acb9d25c2:disqus – glad to be of help! And yes – you should set an appointment with a reminder to pop up around October so that you can ensure you get to use your days.

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