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Hell Is Other People’s Vacations

So please stop Instagramming your travel pictures.
Source: Luci Gutiérrez

If you feel like you need a vacation, you’re almost certainly right. Americans get far fewer paid days off than workers in pretty much any other industrialized democracy, and the time we actually take off has declined significantly, from 20.3 days in 1987 to 17.2 days in 2017. [1]

Beyond souvenirs and suntans, the best reason to take a break may be your own health. For the Helsinki

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