It is known that most people take their jobs more seriously. With the rise in prices for basic necessities or commodities, it is just fair to work in offices or keep up one’s business to earn much for every day’s living expenses. However invested people are in their employment, businesses or any source of income for that matter, it is still important to
take time off and go on a vacation.
Here are some reasons why you need to take that vacation.
Vacations reduce stress. Pressure or stress at work can cause burn out. Stress only clogs your mind hindering you from seeing things with clarity. Going on a trip or vacation will reduce whatever pressure or stress you are experiencing. In turn, this makes you understand how you can put a balance in your life.
Vacations do good to your health. A survey conducted to 12,000 men by the State University of New York at Oswego found out that men taking vacations reduce their risk of a sooner death by 20%.
Vacations improve productivity. Your work can profit with you going on vacation. Work causes poor decision making, illness, exhaustion and more. You become more productive after a vacation.
Vacations help your creativity. You feel more refreshed and recharged after a vacation. Also, some of the best ideas and insights happen when away from work or offices.
Vacations make you happier. From a survey conducted to 1,500 Dutch adults, those who took a vacation were happier compared to those who didn’t. This is because of the excitement and anticipation including the elation sustained after the vacation.
Vacations make you open to a new outlook in life. This allows you to reflect and open up to new perspectives. You learn new cultures and have a better vision when returning to your job.
Vacations give you time for yourself and for your family. This is quality time to appreciate yourself and everyone around you that matter.
As a conclusion, whether a vacation may be a week-long one in Krabi Boat Lagoon or a simple weekend in a beach in Phuket, you need to make time and unwind to enjoy your own company or the company of your loved ones.