It’s hard to believe that even a successful lawyer can get bogged down in the stress and anxiety of a flourishing career and want to run away. I know, I know — you’re thinking, “Is she joking? That’s almost every day.” OK, then; do something about it.

There is a long and time-honored tradition among other cultures, and other professions, of giving the mind and spirit a break from the day-to-day grind. It’s called a sabbatical. You’ve heard of it, right? Right — just not anywhere near your office door.

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