If you’re feeling stuck in a not-so-satisfying relationship with work, Gretchen Rubin offers up the Labor Day holiday as a time to rethink what it is you really want.

What do you want to accomplish in your upcoming year of work? ... It could be something as big as switching careers or something as mundane as cleaning out your desk.
— Gretchen Rubin, author and expert on happiness, good habits, and human nature

I think this is a great idea. AND...I have no idea what I want to accomplish in my upcoming year of work. 

What I’m confident I can rethink, though, is what I want to do with lunch: make my food a little bit better for me, and act on something that matters personally even when the day feels out-of-control busy. This tiny oasis of happiness and satisfaction I know I can build for myself gives me a better shot at clarity. And clarity is what I’ll need to figure out what I truly want to say I’ve accomplished by next Labor Day.

Are you rethinking your workday lunch break? If you need help, I’m here.