The average office worker doesn’t get to lie down on the couch and just rest in full essence of the world until after 6 PM. Excluding the time of sleep, most people get less than one-fourth of the day to spend in their homes and with their friends and family.
Due to this over excessiveness
of work that people miss seeing the natural beauty of the world they live in and sometimes even skip chances to travel due to that crisis going on at work, that important meeting their jobs depend upon or maybe that too many holidays might get them fired. The reasons are numerous.
The basic idea is that skipping traveling opportunities
merely because of work does more damage to our mental health than it does good. One needs to take their family to the mountain regions, go with friends on that hiking trip or just spend some quality time on the beach next to the seashore. Usually, the journey to such welcoming sites is just as enjoyable, if not more, than arriving there.
The daily strains of work put a lot of mental pressure and anxiety on individuals who spend most of their day at work. They desperately need the time to just get on the road and drive just for the fun of it or, as seen mostly, go somewhere they can relieve some of the mental stress at. Though for some people, such times are a bit expensive to afford but if managed properly, they prove to be worth every penny and every second of the journey proves to be memorable for a long time. Our working generation desperately needs more times like these for themselves. Ironically enough, skipping some days for your mental health often leads to better efficiency at work itself.