Infographic: Why You Shouldn’t Work Over The Weekend

Dec 15, 2016 1 Min Read
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You’re the hardest-working person in the office.

All your co-workers clock out at 5 p.m. sharp, but not you! You’re still grinding it out well past dinnertime. Vacation? No time for that. Heck, you don’t even have time for a relaxing weekend – that’s why you’re the best.

Or so you might think.

 
This might interest you too: The Importance Of Doing Nothing
 

Check out what science has to say about disconnecting over the weekend.

Reason 1 to 7 to disconnect

Reason 8 to 14 to disconnect

 


 

Here are 10 ways to disconnect yourself from work to gain back your sanity.

Top 10 ways to disconnect

 

Comment or write to us at editor@leaderonomics.com and share with us some of the things you do in the weekends to disconnect from work. For more Top 10 articles, click here. For more infographics, click here.

 

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