Check your Gmail. No, not the stack of emails from your coworkers or the ads for “five vegetables you should never eat!” (only five?) but your automated vacation reply. What does yours say? A certain writer who shall remain nameless saw “I’ll be away”—dated October 2017.
So why is it so tough for a remote worker to take a vacation?
Vacations are good for us. Science says so. Stepping away from the constant grind of work can reduce stress, boost our ability to sleep, decrease the risk of heart disease, and increase productivity once we do return to