Zero-Tasking Day

zero-tasking dayMultitasking, we can all agree, is not much fun. Meet zero-tasking, a term coined by Nancy Christie, an author and motivational speaker. (I guess today we can call her a “de-motivational” speaker.)

Zero-Tasking Day occurs on the day when Daylight Saving (not Savings) Time ends. Christie encourages us to resist the urge to fill that hour with activity. She wants us to kick back and relax, to be, not to do.

Christie’s holiday is an important reminder of the need to rest and recharge. It also sounds like the perfect excuse for a nap. See you tomorrow.

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