How do you get time off from work?

How do you get time off from work?

The question was:

To those of you who do the entire Camino Frances in 1 go (not splitting it up into different parts), what about your jobs? What kind of job do you have (if you have one), and how did you manage to get off for the right amount of time?

Read the interesting conversation on getting time off work to walk the Camino de Santiago here.

How to best return to normal life after the Camino de Santiago

Did you get homesick on the Camino de Santiago?

The question/comment was:

I left for the Camino on May 26 and returned home July 12. Since then I have been writing and rewriting, documenting every detail I can remember of my beautiful journey. Tomorrow I am going back to work after three months away, but I am scared. I don’t fully know how the Camino has changed me and I am worried that I do not have the same passion for my work as I did when I last worked on May 22.

Tonight I can’t sleep, thinking about what tomorrow will be like and what I may continue to discover over the next weeks or months, or rather that the next weeks or months will confirm what I already know.

I don’t know who else would understand. Thank you for being here.

Read the interesting conversation on returning to normal life after walking the Camino de Santiago here.

How do you manage to get 4 weeks off work to walk the Camino de Santiago?

How do you manage to get 4 weeks off work to walk the Camino de Santiago?
How do you manage to get 4 weeks off work to walk the Camino de Santiago?

The question was:

How did everyone here manage to take 4-6 weeks off their everyday lives and jobs?

Read all the good advice on getting days off work to walk the Camino de Santiago here.