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Nine Rules for a Happy Vacation

You don’t have to go somewhere to benefit from down-time
June 30th, 2021

Who’s going to argue against taking a vacation?  Apparently a lot of people, judging by how Americans left 768 million vacation days voluntarily unused in 2018 alone.  But vacations are good things.  “In 2012, a study published in the journal Annals of Tourism Research showed that vacations increase perceived quality of life for most people more than health, money, family, and work, losing out only to spiritual life.”  Arthur Brooks continues his great series on building a life.

Read More:  Arthur Brooks, The Atlantic

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