How to Find Passion in the Bedroom
Really?! Yup, believe it or not, I strongly believe in this.
Again, only you really know yourself and how well you work, so there is no ‘one answer fits all’ for the questions of how many breaks, how often and what your breaks should consist of.
It will be up to you to decide whether you want to take a break and go out for lunch with your friends twice a week, hit the park jogging with your music daily, or if all you need is a night out biweekly.
One of the biggest factors in people dumping their blogs is the element of feeling ‘burnt-out’.
Wikipedia defines ‘burnout’ as: a psychological term that refers to long-term exhaustion and diminished interest in work.
This occurs very often when people begin a project with zeal and drive and overextend themselves to the point where they’ve overworked themselves and no longer have the emotional energy to continue working on that particular venture. And this can take place regardless of how excited one was at the start of their work.
By being proactive and planning breaks into your regimen, you are ultimately setting yourself up for success by avoiding burnout and the lack of productivity that inevitably ensues. Just like anything else, too much of a good thing isn’t good anymore.
And if you don’t believe me, ask WA newbies. I’m sure they’ll tell you that they have experiences that they can share. (I specifically mention newbies because once you’ve been around for a while, this is one of the concepts you kind of pick up and implement as the effective way of succeeding.)