We all need a little rest and relaxation once in a while. And, more importantly, taking a break is a good thing. Some studies show that increased vacation time can actually boost your workplace productivity.
Many people desperately pine for a vacation all year long, hoping to finally escape the stress of work if only for a week or two. They just want to check in and check out. But if you find yourself digging in your heels when it is time to pack up and go back home or if you find it even harder to get back into the swing of things once you return to work something is off.
If this scenario seems familiar, you probably do not need another vacation. You need a new job one that will make you happy.
It is wise to enjoy a change of scenery and time off. I find it useful to experience new places and people, and even to feel a bit unsettled at times. It freshens my perspective and brings new ideas. I emerge feeling more agile.