SmartBlog: How to disconnect from work and enjoy your vacation

If you’ve still got vacation time left in the year, be sure to check out How to disconnect from work and enjoy your vacation.

I’m not sure if I could spend a full two weeks disconnected as author Joel Garfinkle did, though on my last real vacation I removed the Twitter account I used for work from my iPod, which was a pretty big deal, as I’m on and off Twitter throughout the entire day, even on my days off. I also am getting in the habit of turning off my iPod notifications for the Gmail account I use for some work-related stuff when I take time off.

And anyway, separating yourself from work to relax is allegedly a good thing. The Street published a story in June titled “Why a Summer Vacation Might Lead to Your Next Business Breakthrough.”

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