Summertime is usually when many business owners take a break to have a holiday with their family after a busy first half of the year, but this year is different. 
After several months following lockdown restrictions at the start of the year, you might feel you can’t afford to take spend time away from your business now as you need to catch up, or you may be worried about the risk of contracting coronavirus. 
Most of the business owners I know are workaholics, and are totally dedicated to their businesses and their customers, so may feel guilty about taking a well-earned break. 
According to a study in The Guardian, 60% of business owners didn’t manage to take a holiday in the previous 12 months, and of those who did, 75% still worked every day. See: 
It’s not surprising then that many small business owners say they have been experiencing poor mental health since the pandemic began. 
According to a new study by Mental Health UK, 80% of small business owners have reported having symptoms of poor mental health (86% of women business owners and 77% of male business owners), yet only 44% have never accessed mental health support, see:
Don’t be afraid to get help for yourself if you need it. If famous people like Prince Harry and gymnast Simone Biles can seek help, it shows there is nothing to be ashamed of. 
If you have school age children, there’s still time to read my blog, 7 Hot Tips For Building Your Business During The School Holidays, see:
When you do manage to get away on holiday, check out this blog on ways to “keep your kids entertained in the car,” see:
Also don’t forget, you can always keep your business running smoothly while you are away by delegating to contractors, like award-winning Write Wai can write your blogs, newsletter and manage your social media for you. 
You could make sure you are well-prepared and ready to take a break during the next school holiday by using the services of an award-winning business coach like David Betts, to help you manage your time, change your mindset, and learn to delegate. See: A virtual assistant, like one of the team from Pängels can do your admin and payroll for your business, see:
Whether you take a break or work through the summer, we hope you have the opportunity to get the balance of life and work right and have time out with your family. 
Write Wai has a number of blogs offering top tips on various subjects including, copywriting techniques, on how to raise your brand's profile. Do read our latest blog suggesting 7 top tips for crafting creative content. 
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Sally Anderson-Wai 
of Write Wai PR & Copywriting Services 
Tel: 07956 977 994 
Write Wai provides copywriting, PR, blogs, email marketing, newsletters and social media management to help businesses and Christian ministries gain more leads, better publicity and greater sales. See: 
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