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Chill Mantra: Work Hard Party Harder!

What is the mantra for a successful social and professional life? Work Hard Party Harder! This mantra helps attain a balanced and tension free life. Thinking why? This is because you get to spend time for yourself and your loved ones after a hectic day.

Work hard party harder means working with dedication but partying with full dedication. This concept lightens the tensions and stress which generally flows in the mind during office hours. Getting success is not just enough for a joyous life. Why do you earn? To live your life in your own way! So, don't be reserved to saving money and leading a monotonous life.

Try hanging out with friends, party, booze and roam around the city to enjoy the later hours after returning from office. As a social animal, human being needs to socialize. This will not only reduce the stress but also help find out good company to share your ideas with.

Party make you forget your pain, trouble and all the worries which bug you whenever you are free. Dancing on loud music with a sip of beer makes you forget everything that was bothering you. The strength to party after a long hectic day comes magically.

Majority of people party to change their mood after tensions which creep in the office. The work hard party harder among youth is mostly for time pass. They party as they were into partying before working and the habit to relax through parties makes them stick to this mantra.

But the concept of work hard and party harder can be stressful which is not seen among the party freaks. The continuous mental and physical stress makes you more tired and chances of getting a maniac increases. The belief that partying can only help you get away with tensions starts building up.

So, be careful. Live with this mantra- Work hard party harder but remember, excess of anything is not healthy for you!

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Story first published: Thursday, July 28, 2011, 14:50 [IST]
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