4 Zodiacs Who Should Take A Mental Health Day This Week (Feb 26 – March 3)

Sometimes the weight of the world becomes just a bit too crushing. Whether you’re feeling the dread that comes with living in this tumultuous time for the world, or you’ve got your own personal problems weighing you down, a mental health day might be what you need to get through it. If you’re one of these four zodiac signs, this is the perfect week to take the day off. Shy away from all responsibilities and get your mind right.


You’re the type of person who gets stuck in a routine. If you have the same work schedule every week, you’ll go for months without ever deviating from that. You’ll do the same thing every day after work, the same hobbies every weekend, and for the most part you’re fine with that. But it’s getting old lately. Your mental health isn’t as good as it could be, and maybe deviating from the routine could help. Take a mental health day this week and do something completely different than you normally would. It might just be the jolt you need.


I promise the world won’t fall apart if you take a day off. Your coworkers will be fine, your boss will be fine, your job will be fine. Stop worrying about other people and turn that focus on yourself. What can you do on your mental health day to help yourself cope with what’s been going on lately? And how can you create a lasting impact after the day is done? Sometimes all you need is a day of sleeping to recharge and recover, but if you need more than that, don’t be afraid to ask for it.


It’s not that you’re against mental health days. You just always think of them as if they’re for everyone but you. You have too much to do and too many people relying on you, right? Wrong. Everyone could use a day off to feel better, even you. This week, accept the fact that you need a mental health day. Honestly, everyone around you will probably be supportive since they know how hard you work.


If you could get your way, you’d probably take a mental health day every week. The idea of sleeping in and doing all the things that get your mind right sounds so nice. Even though you’re a fan of the concept, when was the last time you actually had one? It’s been so long–maybe even never. That might be because of the vulnerability required in asking for a mental health day. Here’s the thing: You don’t need to say why you need the day off. Just say that you need it. That should be enough.