2. Fix some Goals end holiday anxiety
Another good method is to fix one or more specific goals for you to work on, aside from work. Psychologists say that we need to beat routine-related fatigue by carrying on projects that run parallel to our everyday life. For example, if you know we will have 3-4 months of work in a row ahead, you could take this time to plan your next trip after then. This can provide you with a lighter, happier alternative to work which will provide relief, give you a feeling that the stressful period will come to an end, and also give you something to look forward to.
3. Test Yourself in New Experiences
Back to normal life, family, house, work, deadlines. The anxiety of the routine is in the routine itself. Find something new, out of the box. The idea of starting, to test ourselves in something never done before can liven up our days and create a diversion. For example, you can learn a language, cook desserts, take a sommelier course etc.
4. Talk to your Partner end holiday anxiety
Talking about your anxiety to your partner or to friends can be really useful, as this allows you to lighten the load of stress. Your partner and friends can be of great support in helping you face what stresses you in going back to your everyday routine. Also, if you keep it all for yourself and let the short temper take over, this is bound to harm your relationships.