Work to Live: The Guide to Getting a Life

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Perigee, 2003 - Self-Help - 317 pages
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Why do Americans' vacations range from "none" to "not much" when other industrialized nations mandate breaks of four to six weeks or more? More importantly, what can you do about it? The founder of the Work to Live Campaign strives to set all Americans on the path towards a happy, healthy balance between work and life-and in this lively book, he offers tips on...

€ Breaking out of the burnout trap
€ Increasing vacation time (it can be done!)
€ Working fewer hours
€ Dumping that work guilt
€ and Getting a Life!

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Joe Robinson founded the Work to Live campaign, which is lobbying for a minimum of three weeks of vacation for all Americans. He has appeared in Time, Utne Reader, The Los Angeles Times, Financial Times, and Chicago Tribune, as well as on "The Today Show," CNN, "NBC Nightly News," "CBS Sunday Morning," and National Public Radio to discuss the Work to Live campaign. Robinson is also the former publisher of Escapemagazine.

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