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It's like working through the weekend in this digital age more more Americans are staying flight into what's going on the opposite you billionaire allegedly off the clock.
The Labor Department statistics show more than a third of employees put in an average of five and a half hours on their days off.
And now researchers are starting to look at the pluses and minuses.
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Charles Payne at the Fox Business Network that -- in a radio talk show host any political editor town hall dot com.
And Stephanie -- business owner blogger and mother of three -- all of you thank you.
And -- -- and -- your photos of Stephanie.
Of course we all have a devices even here we can't get rid of them on but you know some people say it's working he's appealing to you have to -- -- -- -- -- at three kids and they'd call.
Me they need to -- today need yet that's second probably not but.
We needed just thinking I mean we wonder how our parents survived and how you communicated what happened when you're in this car we wait to get home in the press the clunky answering machine.
Pretty answer machine -- whether even that.
But I can you really ever turn it off because now -- -- these debates about.
When he your hours are productive when you're working if you never feel like -- -- charging or renewing a refreshing in any way -- I ticket different approach of this because the worst most stressful thing to me in a work week is getting up waking up Monday morning.
Knowing that I'm about to get slammed and frantically playing -- for several hours I would rather.
Do some work on Sunday afternoon and evening and to prepare myself and ease myself into that Monday rather then.
Unplugged for the whole week in which is also by the way totally unrealistic for someone forgot to working -- -- in politics is a.
And stop -- and -- is in their terms what you think I mean.
All the -- you know son he never complains even he's -- millions of politics all of -- people who would Jay-Z is gone.
We'll find out in the young and I look for me I got a minimum workaholic I will continue to -- and take a vacation.
Somebody -- maybe -- the person in the wrong person to be on this panel but I love it.
In other words what I do I would do for hobbies so and people say they feel sorry for me -- are -- them I haven't looked at a clock.
And 2530 years I don't care about 5 o'clock and I'm that waiting to get out of here I mean I'm excited about what I do but.
I wonder these researchers are talking about saying that I had it's counterproductive I'm not sure -- it's counterproductive I.
-- -- -- -- I think you know what in this fast -- world that we're living in.
You better be up on what's going on or someone else will be.
From Dan -- there's also this temptation to have a Blackberry I'm old school because I like to be able to -- actually -- yes I was -- in tonight's gonna which I cannot -- yeah tracks every other -- you anyways but -- the little red light starts -- right and you have no idea what that is now going to be some is -- death on the high life is is it -- -- -- it -- something in the labor -- America -- I mean there -- important when you -- it and what does that red -- that we have now it's so tempting.
All right so for -- what kids that are -- in technology to what do you feel like it impedes in any -- your ability speaking in kind of bond is at handling.
I think that you have to make time where you at least put it aside but -- out to dinner you your.
Put it aside.
-- -- -- sit up front of his own free dinner and look and Claritin and where our children's example I mean if I'm sitting and I'm not paying attention to them.
And I'm on -- -- and I and I can be -- two -- of their work just texting or whatever it is our quick.
I'm let me just -- one more.
Well then what are kids doing because my kids two out of three of them have Owens and now what what you see with your parents your -- weighing the -- and and that's that's.
Probably -- because I I deliberately don't get on it when I'm when my son and I try my best not too -- on hence he's on his.
And that's and -- you know I mean we can you -- wonder if there or whatever but.
You know he's grown up one of these kids out -- I think why am -- it's like it is a way of life you can take anything away from this kid but not that that's the only punishment that work.
Split it at it is I mean it's definitely another warning them and for -- that's it no there's no play dates if parents don't call for a play date anymore they don't the kids text each other.
And so if you don't answer your tax you go on to the next -- and so kids they develop a little bit of that anxiety.
Of where our.
I need to have my phone on me just in case someone and it's really tough sell with this group -- some pretty connected here but more stressful for you to actually try to -- whole day to see you can do I don't like I'm again and leave it here and I'm going away -- -- won't.
So after the election I did a two week trip overseas and left my Blackberry and computer went home I am impressed that was I think I mean last I checked -- -- Hastily on and on my email like maybe every other day picture once -- that was really liberating and maybe there.
-- never bought as soon as I got back I was stateside.
I just an issue I had to and I was slammed so it's you know it's a cost benefit analysis I think it's healthy to do every so often but you can't.
Every weekend isn't so it gave up vacation is a good at least aren't even if you're like I'm taking I'm taking the -- -- taking -- -- track.
To put your phone away I think that's important we really look -- those things.
In the case and then after leading or not our vacation avatar -- forty pages -- Charles I think you all very much -- -- -- panic station knew I.
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