Back To Work After A Vacation
One of the best times of the year to take a vacation is around Christmas and going into the new year. It allows you to finish off the year right, by relaxing and enjoying every moment during the most celebrated holiday in the world. But once new year’s day hits, so does your working state of mind: going back to work after a vacation.
No matter how rested you may feel after a vacation, it’s never easy to get back into your working routine. The human mind would rather prefer to keep relaxing and not having to worry about job-related problems. But it’s job-related problems that develop your character and help you appreciate vacations in the first place.
Many people experience a dragging sensation during their first days back to work. Your mind starts hitting you with thoughts such as, “I don’t even like my job! I rather be doing something else. Wish I could just be rich and stay home.” This is what happens when your mind takes a break from reality.
It’s like taking your mind back to school: it complains like a little child. But after a few days of adjustments, your inner child starts to quiet down and get back on its two feet. It’s not easy to go back to work after a vacation, but would you rather give up and risk losing your job?
Always look at the positives in your life and avoid dwelling on the negatives. The positives will propel you forward and attract more of it in the future, even if it means suffering in the present. Living in the moment can definitely help with the process: not worrying about tomorrow by just focusing on the now.
We all need to live more in the moment. This hectic society has us worrying about what will happen tomorrow and the day after, further compounding more and more stress until we potentially develop a mental illness. And once a mental illness has developed, life becomes even more difficult to manage.
Remind yourself that you are never alone. For every insecurity or negative emotion that you are feeling, there are millions of people out there who are also experiencing the exact state of mind as you are. Don’t put so much pressure on yourself and stop feeling guilty. Get back into your working state of mind and conquer the day!
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Great post 🙂
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