Tapestry

Weekend Flow

Whether it’s the weekend or a holiday, the way you approach time off can say a lot about the balance of work and life in your world.
People enjoy a ride at an amusement park during Memorial Day weekend in Seaside Heights, N.J. (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)

Whether it's the weekend or a holiday, the way you approach time off can say a lot about the balance of work and life in your world. 

Do you ever find yourself judging the weekend by the extent to which it recharges you for the working week? Writer Sheridan Voysey suggests beating this habit with the idea of 'sacred inefficiency.'

Scientists say playing a video game of Tetris can get you into a 'flow state'. It's when you focus so completely on a single thing that everything else fades away, including your anxieties.

Writer Eve Peyser shares the unexpected identity crisis she underwent when she stopped drinking. 

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