Should You Work Over The Holidays?

It’s definitely November.

Lots of people are feeling the year wind down and are thinking about taking time off.

The holidays are right around the corner and the cost of ads are going up exponentially.

As you feel the year wind down and the market wind up, keep one thing in mind:

You are what you continually do.

All of our decisions count and we don’t get “time off” for the last few weeks of the year.

If you’re working towards a goal, this isn’t necessarily the time to slow down.

Take the time if you need to reflect.

Take the time if you need the rest.

Take the time to prioritize your family.

And remember that you need those things across your day-to-day life, too.

They’re not just for the holidays.

If you’re starved for any of these things, you may need to take a look at why and how to adjust.

Any major deficit will lead to a binge—and that’s not a sustainable habit,

2 Minute Action

What are the things you binge on while on vacation or during a holiday?

How can you get more of that during your regular habits?

“TV” isn’t a good answer. “Rest and relaxation” or “time away from making decisions” are better examples, because that’s really what you’re getting at.

Take 2 minutes to reflect on this and create a list.

After you’ve got a list, you’re now set to take action

That part is up to you.

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