The End of Summer of Love 2018 (clone)

     
August 31, 2018 by admin
Revolution Dating hopes your Summer was filled with love and memories!  
 
Summer 2018 flew by faster than ever! Labor Day Weekend has arrived, marking the end of Hot Summer Days and the introduction of the new Fall Season. Here at the Revolution, we saw a successful Summer of Love with many happy couples with connections, engagements and marriages! We are honored to be a part of such introductions and happiness. 
 
 Haven't found your summer love? Have no fear, THE Florida Matchmakers are here! After such a summer of Hot Couples, this fall is sure to bring even more romance for the upcoming holiday season. Do not hesitate to call us TODAY!
 
 
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Let us fill your empty seats with LOVE!

 

 

The Revolution Dating Team loved this blog post from PAUSE on Zeel.com to help us Kick off Labor day the right way!

Make Time for Work-Life Balance this Labor Day

Labor Day is an annual holiday that most people think of as the last day of summer or a great time to make back-to-school plans, or simply an opportunity to shop Labor Day sales.   That said, it’s also a good opportunity to contemplate the meaning of Labor Day, and whether you need to take a look at your own work schedule.

Labor Day and the modern worker

Labor Day was initially created to honor workers and the value of hard work in society. Today, Americans are working harder than ever – according to a 2014 Gallup poll, the average full-time worker in the United States works 47 hours a week, not 40. That’s almost an extra day of work a week.

Why do we work so hard in the United States?  The US is well-known for having a culture that prioritizes work over leisure. 41% of Americans don’t take all their paid time off, according to studies by the US Travel Association. Many Americans feel guilty about taking time off from work, or that their jobs might not be there when they return.

 Breaks are good for you

Don’t be a martyr this Labor Day. The fact is that breaks, from short to long, are vital to your mental and physical health. Breaks help you physically relax, process information, and improve your mood – all things that will serve you well in life, whether at the office or at home.

A few steps to improve work/life balance this Labor Day

Request a vacation – and stick to it! Plan months ahead if necessary – some studies say that anticipating a trip is almost as good as taking it.

Take time for personal wellness. An in-home massage, a long hot bath, or a pedicure can all serve as a quick, labor-free break. (Or have your office book a massage break in the workplace.)

Eat lunch outside the office (or, if you work at home, make lunch plans with someone else). Even a short change of pace will do wonders.

No matter what you have planned, whether Labor Day massage or long lunch, enjoy your holiday.

 

     

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