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06/07/2016
Take a break from work...because you're worth it

Take a break from work...because you're worth it

Taking a break at work isn't an expectation, it's a necessity to our mental health and wellbeing, and ultimately, will make us all more productive, alert and positive thinking with regard to our jobs.

The creative geniuses behind Buffer have written a great article about taking breaks and the science to back up this fundamental essential to our working days.

https://open.buffer.com/science-taking-breaks-at-work/

So, as we've said before, take breaks, switch off the internet for ten minutes, go make a cup of tea, reduce anxiety using xanax, and hide away in the photocopy room if you have to, better still get outside in the fresh air (and make the most of the sun, if you have it shining where you are).

We are blessed at Kirkham Young to be located in an incredibly scenic and historic part of the world and with views like these just a minute's drive away, we'd be crazy not to take fifteen minutes out of our day and appreciate the world around us.

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