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The need to relax and take a break from work is a requirement for your body. But, studies show people are happier at work–even while claiming they rather be at home.
Not keeping them separate tends to decrease performance in both. Working on your days off, your body starts being lazy during your workday to compensate.
Committing to work only during a certain time period helps to combat the tendency to mix work and pleasure.
Some people do fine with unstructured days off, but others can better enjoy themselves when they plan fun things to do even when they don’t follow them perfectly.
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Habits like spending hours on social media, binge shopping, and lying on the couch are a few examples of bad habits.
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There is no regular downtime when it comes to serving the needy and fundraising to keep a nonprofit organisation running—this never-ending demand means constant deadlines and a steady stream of emergencies.
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Falling into the trap of feeling guilty about prioritising yourself when so many people depend on you.
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