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In response to:

The Disappearance of Leisure

Sarah374 Wrote: Dec 11, 2013 11:16 AM
I agree that people need rest and family time. However, I don't necessarily think that there is a hard and fast rule that it HAS to be on Sundays. As a health care worker for the last 18 years I have gotten quite used to having my down time come on different days. It is hard when you first do it, but believe me, you CAN get used to it. Your family will be willing to celebrate holidays on a different day. You can still get together with your family on weekdays (take the kids to a movie after school. or if you're brave, keep the kids home for a "family" day. Or even better, get your housework/errands done while the kids are in school so you can devote an entire evening to just being with your children). Working during times other then the usual Monday - Friday 9-5 is not the end of the world people make it into. Plus, I have to admire a company that increases its business by trying to do something that is rare nowdays - give good customer service to its customers. What a concept.
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