Work-life balance is important. So, why are so many Americans working on vacation?With the rise of digital connectivity, most employees clock in longer hours every passing year — even when they aren’t technically in the building. In fact, a study from last fall showed that 61% of working Americans continue their duties while on vacation. Employees should take note: Staying anxiously connected while on vacation does nobody any good. Worse yet, it can undermine both your own well-being and the company bottom line. Nobody profits when employees lose control over their feelings, the way they allocate their energy, and the work-life balance they should maintain. We know that it’s healthier to disconnect while on vacation. But deciding to do this only solves part of the problem. The next question is: How do you do it? How can you turn off and tune out without fearing that your job will disappear in you absence? Here are 10 tips to get you started.