Signs You Need a Break

 

Sometimes it can be hard to admit to yourself that you need a break, with work expectations, family obligations and societal pressures it’s no surprise that many of us don’t take regular breaks even if it is just for a relaxing weekend away. Roughly one third of adults in the UK don’t take their full annual leave entitlement and that not only impacts their mental health but their physical health too, being ‘fatigued’ and experiencing ‘burn-out’ are phrases we hear way too often. So, how do you know when you seriously need a break? The infographic below will help you identify some tell-tale signs…

Besides, holidays really are great, spending time with loved ones, exploring new places, creating memories and most importantly relaxing and pressing that reset button. Go on, take a break.

 

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2 Comments

  1. April 30, 2018 / 10:55 am

    This is so true! My husband and I recently took a weekend break to Paris and it helped our mental health and marriage no end! It won’t be a frequent thing as we want most of our holidays to be with our children but once in awhile it’s ok.

  2. May 11, 2018 / 10:53 am

    I may be dancing in the edge… BREAK!!!! You are so right. #LGRTstumble xoxo

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