Sending a Slack at 2 a.m. gets a social thumbs-up from the pro-hustle crowd. Logging a mere 45-hour workweek? That’s slacker territory.

Such is the mentality of modern professionals who feast on the notion that more is, well, more. Their hustle-centric mottos have so gripped today’s workforce that they inspired a piece in The New York Times. Journalist Erin Griffith, arguing against a culture that venerates workaholism over well-being, notes that this frenetic pace can only have one ending: total burnout.

And indeed, burnout has plagued more than three-quarters of American workers, according to research from Deloitte. No amount of passion for a project exempts professionals from the need to log off every once in a while (and ideally, with some regularity).