A break is when you stop doing whatever you’re doing and take just a little bit of time for yourself to relax. They are most commonly referred to in the working world, and are important parts of an employees day. Break time is when you are able to compose your thoughts, refresh yourself, and get yourself ready to tackle the next portion of your working day. Putting up posters with good slogans on them can really help to show your employees that you understand the importance of these times of the day.
Be Back Soon. Break Time!
Bless Yourself With The Time For A Break.
Break Time! Refresh Yourself.
Breaking Up The Day Makes The Headaches Go Away!
Breathe In. Breath Out.
Dear Stress, Let’s Break Up.
Do What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are.
Give Yourself A Break, You Deserve It.
Go Ahead, Take Some Time For Yourself.
Have A Break…Have A Kit Kat!
Have You Had Your Break Today?
Heal The Body, Relax The Mind.
It Is Okay To Need A Break Sometimes.
Keep Calm and Break Time!
Log Off And Lime In.
Note To Self: Relax.
Pretend You Don’t See Me, I’m On A Break.
Relax. Refresh. Rejuvenate.
Sometimes A Break From Your Routine Is The Very Thing You Need.
Sometimes You Just Need A Break.
Stop Thinking So Much, It’s Okay Not To Know All The Answers.
Taking A Break Is More Fun With Friends.
The Time To Relax Is When You Don’t Have Time For It.
This Person Needs A Break.
Time To Press Pause.
You Deserve A Break Today.
This awesome video talks all about the psychology and science behind taking breaks during your workday. It actually shows that people who take breaks through out the day produce higher quality work, and even more of it!
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