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How can I handle the stress of work and my personal life?

Taking a break from the everyday grind of your work-personal life is so important to do. Whether you arrange a month holiday or grab a few hours away from it all, your well-being will thank you for it. Science shows that those who take regular breaks from work-personal life have lower levels of emotional stress and less physical illness. Those who take vacations also sleep better. Taking time away, even if it's just for a day, can help stave off emotional burnout. When you unplug from the daily grind, your renew your senses and reconnect with other meaningful experiences.

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