Vacation for Lawyers: Goodbye Legal Briefs, Hello Getaway Beaches – Articles/Insights for Your Summer Lovin'

Posted on 06-13-2017 by
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Vacation ... All I ever wanted; Vacation ... Had to get away! Like the famous ‘80s song says, lawyers have to get away.


Vacation time! But as a lawyer, can you pry yourself away from that desk? Can you forget about the courtroom for a week? If you answered “no” to both questions, we’re here to help. Here’s 5 vacation articles to help launch your summer PTO.

Vacations Lawyers Will Love: Off-The-Beaten-Path Destinations

No phone calls, no texts, no email. It’s probably hard to envision as a busy lawyer. You’re always on the go, but a little relaxation will reset your brain and help you return to work refreshed.

Are You Able to Take a REAL Vacation This Summer Without Feeling Guilty?

Remember those days when you’d sit in your chair and count down the last seconds of the school year before summer vacation? Yea…those were the days.

How to Take a Tech Timeout (and You Thought Parental Controls Were Just for Children)

I took a “theoretical” vacation where I worked more than half of my vacation time while in another location. Rather than recharging, I caught up and now I am left to think “why did I do that?”

Planning Your Work Day like a Disney Vacation. 5 Steps to Get You on Your Way

A few weeks back, my family and I traveled to Florida and embarked on our third Disney vacation; however, this was the first entirely planned Disney vacation. It was fabulous!

Getting Back to Work After a Long Weekend or Holiday

Between sitting out in the sun and sleeping in past noon, long weekends and holidays don’t leave much time to think about the office. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end.

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