Preparing for Annual Leave
As the holidays approach, one starts to dream of beaches and margueritas. Yes, it’s only a few days a year, and yes, it seems to go past in the blink of an eye. However, the time you get out of the office and away from the daily grind is liberating. Here at Think Productive North America we believe that work-life balance is incredibly important. However, we hear from course participants that trying to get free of the office to go on vacation is enormously stressful. Here are some tips on reducing that trauma by preparing for annual leave…….
You Need to Escape
Achieving release from the office is rather challenging thanks to technology and social media that tethers you to your job. Our Productivity Ninjas believe it is crucial that you cut the cord when it comes to leave. Allow yourself to enjoy the time off and fully rest up to come back strong in the new year.
Your To Do List
The key to having full separation and enjoyment on your holiday is to take the time to leave work properly. The team over at uAttend curated this informative to-do list to help prepare you for your retreat. So, keep these tips in mind as you get ready to leave the office so you can spend your holiday relaxing opposed to worrying. And keep in mind, even though you might think the ship is going to sink when you’re not there – it’ll be under control, even without your presence, for a week or two.
What is it you do to prepare for annual leave? Let us know in the comment box below or tweet us thinkproductivecanada
By Miles Singleton