Why Your Brain Needs Vacations By: Elizabeth Landau
Mary Kole loves her job, but she’s been feeling like she’s lost the line between “work” and “not work.”
A literary agent for children’s books in Brooklyn, New York, Kole works from home and checks in with clients electronically around the clock — sometimes writers will even call her in the middle of the night with an idea. Stepping outside isn’t exactly relaxing either. “In New York, it’s just subway, office, people, talking, yelling, honking, all the time,” she said.
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