Even harder when Wellington’s getting its yearly dose of great weather!

Careers and Employment

worker dream

Sitting at my desk looking out at 26 degrees of sunshine is really quite disheartening, especially when I know there are people enjoying the beach not far away! Just having to put on work clothes after the freedom of shorts and jandals is enough to induce a feeling of general grumpiness. Going back to work after your summer holiday can be tough mentally and many people struggle with motivation, feel disorientated and find it hard to focus. You can only remain in denial for so long before the reality of your inbox sets in. So what can you do get back into the swing of things?

Judi Clements, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Foundation says:

“Having your next holiday or annual leave planned is a good idea and can help to alleviate the stress of being back at work. Quite often it gives people an incentive for being back at work…

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