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Spontaneous Breaking: A Way to Rest When You Need It

More pancakes, please.

Instead of planning your breaks, try spontaneous breaking (like me with my pancakes).
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I’m not great at taking breaks.

For one thing, I view the concept of “doing nothing” as an impossibility. There is no such thing as nothing. If you are watching tv, or scrolling on your phone, or staring at the ceiling, you are doing something. It may be nothing of importance, but it is still something.

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