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5 signs you’re burned out and need a vacation

first_img 137SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Every year we get vacation time. Are you using yours? Believe or not, a lot of people have paid vacation and don’t use it. Seriously, what are these people thinking? If you haven’t taken a vacation in a while, here are some signs that you’re overdue.Everything annoys youAre you snapping at people for no good reason? Do you find yourself thinking about how stupid Jarod is because he can’t find his stapler? It may be time to take a break and unwind.You used to be funnyEveryone used to think you were the funniest person in the office. Used to. Now you’re just a grumpy, big ball of negativity. It’s time to relax. Find that funny guy and bring him back. Start by looking in a beach chair somewhere.You’re always tiredI’ll tell you why you’re tired. You don’t sleep well. You’re too stressed. You work too hard. Give it a break already! Hand over the reins and spend ten days drinking Mai Tais. That’ll do the trick.Someone has actually said, “You need a vacation.”Your family and co-workers are around you the most, so when they say you need a vacation, they’re probably right. When you hear those four words from a complete stranger, you should run to the airport immediately.This is youlast_img read more

Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan making most of Olympic opportunity

first_imgHe’s not the shot maker Kevin Durant is. He’s not the post-scoring brute that DeMarcus Cousins is. He’s not the stunningly agile player Kyrie Irving is. And, he’s not the do-it-all, Swiss Army knife that Draymond Green is.But, he’s still great.“An amazing teammate,” Krzyzewski said. “He does dirty work willingly, but he does it at the highest level. I think he’s a special player. I talked to a few people on his team, his coach, and J.J. (Redick), and J.J. said he’s as good as teammate as you’ll ever have and one of the best guys.“He wasn’t wrong.”Jordan finished with 12 points, five rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals and led a strong defensive effort in Team USA’s 106-57 rout of China on Sunday. But, the most important things, like usual, aren’t measured in the traditional postgame box score.He set crushing on-ball screens to free Irving for a bucket. He forced the Chinese to alter several shots after he swatted the first one away. He got laughs from Cousins and Jimmy Butler on the bench and caused them when he air-balled a free throw late in the fourth quarter.“I told D.J. he’s got to start wiping his hands before his free throws,” Butler joked after the game.Between strangers, jokes about airballs wouldn’t be met with laughs. But, that’s not the culture on Team USA.“I want to win it with these guys,” Jordan said. “We’ve only been together for a week, but it seems like we’ve been teammates for years. It’s great to be around.”The bonds formed during international play partly led to one of the biggest NBA moments in the past 20 years – LeBron James and Chris Bosh joining Dwyane Wade.And Jordan’s seen the power of wearing “USA” across his chest.He’s gotten to spend more time with his friends, like Durant. But, he’s also gotten to make new allies.“There are guys you never thought you’d be high-fiving with, making jokes with,” he said.And come next summer and the summer after that, the Clippers could find themselves in line for a big-time free agent, with Jordan using his Team USA relationships to try and get his team some help.“I tried to recruit … and I failed this year,” Jordan said, referencing the Clippers’ pursuit of Durant. “… But everyone knows I’ve been here the longest, and I get along with a lot of people.”With that, Jordan boarded the bus, within minutes of the 8 p.m. scheduled departure. Guys had dinner reservations to keep, friends to see, places to go.And a good teammate wouldn’t have made them wait much longer. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Jordan, the Clippers’ lone representative on Team USA, is totally at home, even as he gets ready to leave.Jordan has spent eight years at Staples Center playing for the Clippers, setting screens, grabbing rebounds and blocking shots as he’s transformed from a second-round project to a first-team All-NBA center.In Los Angeles’ chance to see Team USA before it leaves for Rio de Janeiro, Jordan did what he normally does. Only now, a bunch of new people are getting to see it.“As much as I’ve seen him on TV, I’d never seen him in person,” Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski said. “This week, just to learn about him. … As good as I thought he was on TV and on tape, he’s better. He’s really one of the great players in the league right now.”Jordan’s great isn’t the same as so many of his new Team USA teammates.center_img LOS ANGELES >> DeAndre Jordan’s trying to hurry because the 8 p.m. bus was waiting and good teammates don’t make the 8 p.m. bus wait.But since Jordan’s at Staples Center, getting out of the building is going to be tougher than usual.First, there was a stop with the local TV station. Then, there were photos with two young fans and the quick talk about a Los Angeles eatery. And, then there’s a compliment about his hair from a female fan waiting for the elevator.“Thanks, girl,” he said, confidently striding towards the bus.last_img read more