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We all have days where we feel overwhelmed. Yet, we still need to get things done.
When handled right, work can have a grounding effect that can help you through these days.
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On a low day, tasks that you struggle to do in your time off can be the ideal choice. You could also try working on a task that's aspirational and creative. It will help you feel like a competent person whose life is in order.
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Taking time away to relax, reflect, and recharge comes with several benefits. Yet there are times when your vacation ends but your motivation to dive back into work doesn’t follow.
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