If you can get three weeks off, I highly recommend it since, in my humble opinion, it takes almost one week to decompress. Furthermore, if you're traveling, try to travel during week one so that you can have time to recuperate from traveling.
I got a few things done during vacay:
Car Insurance and Maintenance Matters Eye Doctor Matter Floating in the Pool Found Netflix DVD Massage Reading
Things that I did not get done and will not beat myself up over:
Uncluttering (In fact, I created more clutter and I can't find my keys right now either...) Did Not Get To Spend Time With Everyone That I Wanted To Spend Time With Figure Out How To Make Time Stand Still Get Rid of Baggy Clothes Get Tires Rotated Go On Long Bike Rides (Heat-Related) Handwrite Note to Former Colleague Look for Recipes Strip and Wax Kitchen Floor
As I get ready to head back into the workforce, I remind myself:
Be Grateful Be Your Own Therapist (muy importante) Breathe (also importante) To Not Let Anyone Rattle My Cage Just because I'm going back to work does not mean I can't devote time to things I enjoy (hello nighttime outdoor swimming) No Catastrophizing Remember what paid contractor said: if you have 1001 things to do -- cross of 1 001and start with one Stop wishing you were rich because it's not helpful Try Not To Be Uptight Your carriage will not turn into a pumpkin
Anything to add to the relaxation rough guide?