Unplug, But Stay Connected On Vacation
We firmly believe that traveling out of the office is the best way to stay creative and energized in the office. Countless studies show that taking time off is proven to reduce stress, improve productivity and even reduce the risk of a heart attack. Yet only half of Americans take their allotted time off and two-thirds report working during vacation. Whether your summer vacation finds you at the beach, in the mountains or traveling through Europe, consider some ways that you can unplug but stay connected so that your clients and co-workers understand that vacations are meaningful. For example, we love a fun out-of-office reply (Thank you for your email - I'm finally checking Paris off my bucket list). And post pictures on Instagram and Facebook-- we'll be posting ours, so be sure to follow us on Instagram.