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Episode 72 - How to Ease Yourself Back into Work After Taking a Break

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Heading back to work after a summer break?
In today's solo episode I'm chatting all about the importance of easing yourself back into work after taking a break, the beauty of taking things at your own pace and embracing the luxury of designing your own days as a business owner.
It can be tough to shift out of holiday mode and straight back into work mode so I'm sharing some of my top tips for making the transition.
I really hope you find the episode useful if like me you're heading back to your desk this week!

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