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Tips To Prepare For Vacations

  • Give yourself enough time to complete the work you have committed to before you leave and don’t take on new projects.
  • Delegate important tasks to someone capable and trustworthy.
  • Practice relaxing before you leave by researching about the destination and having relaxing evenings.
  • Don’t plan on working while you are on your vacation.
  • Don’t over-plan your vacation. The planning itself and having to follow a bunch of schedules and rules can bring stress.

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