As a business owner it’s easy to feel like your work is never done – because no matter how much you do, there is always more that could theoretically be done. Many business owners we’ve spoken with also feel that they have a responsibility to be available to their team and that if they step away they are putting an undue burden on their team. So, we wanted to hear from a broad range of business owners on whether they take vacations and we’ve shared some of their responses below.
I love to travel and go on vacation. I’m currently looking for a remote job that will allow me to do just that, travel full-time! I want to find remote work that I enjoy and that pays well. Moreover, that will allow me the space to be financially free so that I can be free to create projects that inspire me and educate others. Read more>>
I do! I am a mother of 3. Our life is as busy as it gets and I usually work late at night or early in the mornings to fit my work around my family’s schedule. Vacations not only work to change the routine a bit, but also to reconnect with each other and spend quality time that we lack during the busy school year. Read more>>
I absolutely take vacations! I think with all the buzz around “work/life balance” these days, it’s starting to become more important to more people, but I’ve always placed a very high value on time off. I consider myself fortunate to have a very seasonal business model because it doesn’t take much to carve out a road trip or a camping adventure or a visit to see old friends in another state. Sure it’s a challenge to account for six weeks with no income, but it’s hard to describe how relaxed I feel after an extended period of time off. Read more>>