You might be familiar with the adage that goes “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, and this statement bears a considerable degree of heavy truth to it. Countless research studies have shown that people who exhibit a healthy work-life balance turn out to be more successful, happy, and contented with their lives compared to those who are slavishly devoted to their work and disregard absolutely anything related to a personal or private life. And there’s something to be said about striking a balance between work and play.
A lot of people don’t realize how important taking time off from work is important to one’s personal growth and development as an individual. And there’s no better time for people to ensure that they can take advantage of their free time than on weekends. Beginning from Friday evening and ending at the late hours of Sunday night, weekends are considered as sacred blocks of time for people who wish to decompress from their hectic work weeks. And here’s a fun fact: successful people always take advantage of their weekends.