tips for a good work-life balance
your time well
your workload and have clear boundaries.
your peak times of productivity. Maintaining a schedule and sticking to it can
help boost your performance long-term.
can even switch tasks if one becomes too taxing and come back to it later when
you’re feeling more focused. Step away from your desk and try not to make a habit
of eating lunch there. Go outside and get some fresh air!
overstretch your capacity
be afraid to ask for more time or say no to taking on too much work. Nobody
wants you to burn out, least of all you!
your mental and physical health
overall well-being can have a real impact on your productivity.
a moment to get out into nature or simply step away from screens to focus on
is a myth
to keep improving and learn from your peers.
your win, no matter how small
success is another step towards your goals!
time to connect with others and have fun
spend a lot of time with your workmates so take the time to get to know each
work at work
to your manager
They are there to help.
10. Book holidays as and when you can
Time to rest, recuperate and relax is the least you deserve.
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