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October 24 is “Take Back Your Time Day,” created in response to what many call "time poverty" in the US and Canada.
Are you trying to cram more into each day and ending up feeling stressed by the overscheduling?
John De Graaf, co-author of "Affluenza: The All Consuming Epidemic and What's the Economy For Anyway?" is the Executive Director of Take Back Your Time, created to challenge the notions we hold about how we spend our time.
Here is an infographic from The Center for a New American Dream, showing the benefits of a shorter workweek.
Trying to do too much affects your physical and mental health, your relationships and other aspects of your life. You may not have the ability to work fewer hours; however, you can take charge of how you spend your time outside of work.
What would you do with the “extra” time if you stopped doing things that offer little payoff for you?
Organized by Marcie TM: Save time and money by letting go of what you don't need and finding room for what you value
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