Workaholics Day is celebrated on July 5. This holiday honors people who “go the extra mile” and make working a big part of their life. This describes all of my entrepreneur friends and – given that I’m writing this in the early morning hours of July 4th while my family sleeps in – also describes me.
The ideal way to celebrate Workaholics Day is to take at least part of the day off. If that’s not going to happen, do something non-work related that will remind you of life outside of the office. (Source)
How to write about Workaholics Day:
- Do you consider yourself a Workaholic? Why or why not?
- Is being a workaholic a good thing? Personally, I believe that hard work is essential to building a business and I’m proud of my daily effort.
- Make one change today that makes you feel more relaxed at work. Wear more casual clothing, eat a picnic lunch in the park, or listen to your favorite music. Write about the change and how it made you feel.
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