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43% 109 votes
57% 144 votes
253 people voted
Yes, quite often 42 votes

Yes, quite often
17%
Sometimes 107 votes

Sometimes
42%
Very rarely 67 votes

Very rarely
27%
Never 34 votes

Never
13%
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LyndaFinn

LyndaFinn

  Just once and I learned my lesson. Working 7:30am to 10pm and trying to raise 2 boys on my own caused me to collapse. I swore I'd never let it creep up on me again.
SeriousBizz

SeriousBizz

  Mental health days are a great idea for those days you just need a REST!!!
SeriousBizz

SeriousBizz

  This is why full-time workers MUST take regular holidays, and not save them all up as many do. Even taking a long weekend here or there makes a difference. It's important to manage your energy and happiness well with your job.
paki.bandm

paki.bandm

  when you have the eternal Yahweh to rely on He guides you to be wise with your time, even enables you to perform, even urge you by conviction take time out, and is able to recharge your batteries.
cosmicford

cosmicford

  Be nice to have a job

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