Unplug and Unwind
If you're a wireless junkie, certain things strike fear into your
heart. System failure. Trojan horses. Vacationing without your
laptop. Sure, swapping megabytes for misty breezes sounds
liberating, but you're not sure if you can do it. Here are a few
good reasons to try:
- You'll avoid burnout. Unplugging for a few days can help
you recharge your own battery pack and relieves
- You'll reconnect with family. Your family appreciates your
hard work, but they want the fun-loving version of you too.
- You'll free up time for fun. Use muscles you haven't in
awhile to bike, hike or swim your way to fun times.
- You'll gain perspective. Once you return, you'll realize
the earth didn't fall off its axis while you were away.
In case of a true work emergency, leave colleagues or clients
your spouse's cell phone number. They will think twice about making
such awkward contact-unless the earth truly is falling off its