Not many adventurers can afford to quit their jobs and travel the world, but knowing how to take advantage of your leave is key.
In Nigeria, workers are entitled to an average of 21 days of paid leave in a year.
People get overwhelmed thinking about how to schedule their days off and so, they aren’t able to get the best out of their holidays. That’s where we come in, here’s how to plan your days off in 2019.
Christmas break 2018/New Year 2019
If you were quick enough, you would have been able to use up just three days of paid leave to get a 16 day break. If your office closed December 21, you have from December 22 till January 6, resuming on the 7th.
planning leave for 2019
The Easter break is going to fall on April 19-22. Taking a seven-day paid leave starting on Tuesday, April 16 to resume April 29, giving you a 13 day break. Bear in mind that the next break is May 1, Workers day, so you can also work around that to give you more days.
Sallah break/Democracy day
The end of Ramadan is going to fall on June 5 while the new Democracy day is on June 12. An eight-day paid leave starting June 3 is going to get you a 16 day break that starts on June 1 and ends on June 16.
Maximise your leave for a travel vacation [jet setting mom]
The Id el Kabir falls on Monday, August 12, so if you take Friday off, you can have a long weekend to unwind.
October 1st this year falls on a Tuesday, so to get an extra-long weekend, you can take Friday and Monday off.
What other holidays are in the year?