Female entrepreneur looking at blackboard calendar in office

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It won’t work for everyone, since a lot of companies don’t give days off for all the holidays he chose.  And it’s based on having 18 vacation days a year, which is a lot.  But you don’t have to do all of them.  Here’s what he came up with . . .

1.  In January:  Take the Thursday and Friday before Martin Luther King Day off.  If you get that following Monday off too, it’s five days in a row.

2.  In April:  Take off the full week before Easter.  If your company’s closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday, it only requires four vacation days.  And with both weekends, it’s a TEN-day break.

3.  In July:  Take off Monday, July 3rd.  With the weekend, it’s a four-day break.

4.  Next November:  Take the full week after Veterans Day off, AND the three days before Thanksgiving.  It’s eight vacation days, but gives you up to SEVENTEEN days off in a row.

5.  Next December:  Take off the four workdays between Christmas and New Year’s, and you’ll have 10 days off in a row.

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