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December 19, 2019
If you work in PR, you know that things can get stressful.
Throw a few simultaneous launches on top of awards season, on top of the rest
of your non-work life – kids, parents, bills, etc. – and certain weeks or
months can get you feeling…
…ready for a break. By the time the holidays roll around,
you’re ready for some serious R&R. And you can get some—provided you play
your cards right. Here are some tips for using the holidays to recharge.
I love winter and Christmas, but the holiday season comes
with its own stresses. There are gifts to buy, family dinners to host and many,
many holiday parties to attend.
It’s easy to get caught up in the season and agree to do
everything, but don’t do it. There’s no room for rest and relaxation if you’re
scrambling from obligation to obligation. Instead, consider giving yourself the
gift of leisure time. Catch up on some reading. Take some catnaps. Put your
smartphone in a drawer and don’t look at it for a full day. Or an afternoon. Or
a few hours. Take a bath.
You get the idea.
Do unplug from work
Whatever you do, do not check work emails while you’re enjoying
your holiday leave.
I know it’s easy to respond to an email “really quick” or to
work on a project you know is coming up in the new year, but, seriously, it can
wait. There will always be more work.
So, unless Christmas itself is going to be cancelled if you
don’t respond to the email, put the phone down and spend time with the people
around you (or enjoying the absence of people around you).
And remember that, as Paul Tsongas said, “No one on his
deathbed ever said, ‘I wish I had spent more time at the office.’”
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