Yes, that’s right. Take today off. No job hunting. No interviews. No follow-up. No chores. No tasks. No worrying. No planning. No fretting. Today is a “Pause Day.” Sometimes the only way we can move forward is to pause. A pause day is a day to renew ourselves, and draw an emotional line in the […]
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