Despite the fact that a great number of us have been working-from-home the majority of 2020, that most definitely does not mean that we should be taking booked time off any less seriously.
Yes, it’s nice to be able to bake a potato at home on your lunch, or even stick a wash on during your 11am meeting. But you are still working – despite what your current elasticated-waist-bands and no-bra wardrobe may lead you to believe…
Time off is, in a way, more important than ever as us Brits are known for struggling to be able to turn off, especially since the living room has become the office for a number of us. With this in mind, the team at Instant Offices has revealed the super-smart way to strategically book annual leave to make sure to get the maximum downtime of a whopping 48 days off in exchange for minimal time away from the desk/sofa.
How to double your downtime and strategically book a few annual leave days in advance:
Take a 10-day holiday by booking 4 days off: 1 January – 9 January.
Take a 10-day holiday by booking 4 days off: 2 April – 11 April.
Take a 9-day holiday by booking 4 days off and a 3 day weekend: 1 May – 9 May and 29 May – 31st May.
Take a 9-day holiday by booking 4 days off: 28 August – 6 September
Take a 10-day holiday by booking 3 days off: 23 December – 3 January.
Jeez, you’ll barely have time to do any work next year…