You might find yourself thinking of the weekends as a time to get caught up on work, or to get ahead for the next work week. Or perhaps you’re in the habit of working long hours and plan to work even more this week.
If that’s the case, you may want to rethink your plans.
Research show that working too much and staying connected, with no breaks, can be just as damaging to your health as it is to your career.
Getting in the habit of closing your laptop, putting your phone on vibrate and shutting down social media could have long-lasting effects on your life. Here are 11 points to help convince you of the benefits.
CAREER CHOICE AND CHANGE
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