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    I have had to take voluntary redundancy at work as my new job encountered excessive workloads which was making me and other people ill. My concerns were raised with management which I was told "that's the job". The manager is incompetent and never got temps in to fill some of the vacancies and leaves after half a day a lot while we are short staffed. She refuses to help resolve enquires.

    I am leaving next week, I am relieved as I will get my health back it has deteriorated a lot of time and especially over the last few months. I don't have a job to go to and wondered if anyone can recommend how I can refocus on my health when I have left and if I should work or take time out?
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    Hey, that's great. Your health should be your top priority. If you're alright financially, you should probably take some time off.

    Okay, here you go, some examples.

    Eating - healthy, of course - with loads of vitamins.
    Exercise - but not overworking yourself.
    Every day tasks - do something that brings you joy. A hobby perhaps.

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