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How to Easily Get the Best Out of Your Next Holiday

It is probably stating the obvious, but most people love to take holidays. They plan them months or even a year or more in advance, then dream about them and anticipate their getaway as the time gets nearer and nearer. This is totally understandable, as unfortunately many people are not always doing the job that they love, or even worse, they downright hate their work.
Holidays are a way to escape from the norm and are the perfect opportunity to forget about the humdrum boredom of normal day to day life such as the daily commute, sitting in a miserable office for eight hours, dealing with workplace politics and having to the listen to the same monotonous conversations with colleagues.

Even if you truly love your work and are generally enjoying life, a vacation to see and experience somewhere new is never a bad thing. The very best jobs can become stressful from time to time, so getting away is a chance to reset, free your mind from worry and also de-stress.

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"Dreams, why do you come and go so easy
But disappear without trace when we next see?
Awake again you are like a distant memory
And are moments away from ceasing to be."
"Whereas a dream can feel so real
You could almost reach out and touch or feel
Once awake you will struggle to remember
But the dream is quickly lost forever."
"Is there a reason why you exist
And if so why don't you persist?
Stick around for just a while longer
For the dreamer to reflect and ponder."
In fact perhaps best you depart
So each day can be a fresh start.
No use trying to make a dream last
People live better if they're not stuck in the past."

A question I had about dreams when I work up this morning and whether they are good or bad. This led to the poem about them. Feel free to leave comments below.


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