Nothing kills a travel buzz faster than a work crisis.
Sometimes, a staycation can be even more relaxing than a regular vacation.
To form a good ritual you just need three things.
If your workplace allows you to truly disconnect—some managers even encourage it to prevent burnout—here are some tips that can help you get in the right mindset to really enjoy your time off.
Vacations are pretty great already. But as psychological researchers discover more about how the human brain works, we’re gaining insights into exactly how to crank up the enjoyment factor–and why you should.
No matter your situation at work, these six strategies can help you unplug—and find a little more R&R—while you’re on vacation.
You plan a vacation to relax, rejuvenate, and forget all about the stresses of work. But being out of the office often means doing a mountain of extra work before and after, which means taking a vacation often doesn’t reduce our stress.
By taking a different approach to your return to the office, you can actually transform your productivity for the rest of the year.