Let's face it, there's not nearly enough time in the day to do everything you want to do.

Maybe you're bogged down with your work, maybe your family has an event that you want to go to, or maybe you're just invested in a good video game and don't want to put it down until you get that rare items you've spent hours trying to collect.

While all this stuff could be important to you or others, not everyone is built to be able to complete task after task without stopping. So, what I'm saying is, it's okay to take a break.

Now, I know what some of you may be thinking: "I don't have time to take a break, I have to get this done." Believe me, I know that feeling, and I know people who do that a lot.

But even so, there is actually probably some time to be found.

Perhaps you can find a quicker way of completing a task, such as using shortcuts in a program or getting some things prepped beforehand.

Perhaps you can set goals, completing pieces within smaller time limits with breaks and rewards in-between.

Perhaps you have coworkers or friends that can help lighten the workload.

Of course, there isn't always a solution, and sometimes you may just feel more like plowing through than taking a break. That is perfectly fine, especially if that's just how your mind operates.

But for those who can't do so, just take a little time now and then to rest and recover, reward yourself for your hard work, and make sure you have enough time to keep pushing through to get everything done.

Sometimes you might even find that after a rest, your mind can be even sharper and find solutions and inspiration it didn't have before.