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Balancing one’s professional and personal life can be challenging, but it’s essential. Often, work takes precedence over everything else in people’s lives. The desire to succeed professionally can push anyone to overlook their well-being.  Creating a harmonious work-life balance or work-life integration is critical. Those who find it difficult to draw boundaries between work and […]
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Balancing one’s professional and personal life can be challenging, but it’s essential. Often, work takes precedence over everything else in people’s lives. The desire to succeed professionally can push anyone to overlook their well-being. 

Creating a harmonious work-life balance or work-life integration is critical. Those who find it difficult to draw boundaries between work and life are at higher risk of burnout.

When you’re not at work, everything seems uninteresting or unimportant. You just don’t feel like doing anything unless you have to. You often turn down invitations, further isolating yourself from your friends.

However here are some few tips that can help in balancing work life and personal life.

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Make time for yourself, loved ones.

While your job is important, it shouldn’t be your entire life. You were an individual before taking this position, and you should prioritize the activities or hobbies that make you happy.

If you do not firmly plan for your personal time, you will never have time to do other things outside of work. No matter how hectic your schedule might be, you ultimately have control of your time and life.

Set boundaries 

Set boundaries for yourself and your colleagues to avoid burnout. When you leave the office, avoid thinking about upcoming projects or answering company emails. Consider having a separate computer or phone for work, If that isn’t possible, use separate browsers, emails or filters for your work and personal platforms.

Plan accordingly

Plan ahead to combine work activities with leisure, social, or fitness activities. If you find yourself with several virtual meetings back-to-back, try taking them while you go for a walk.

Set blocks of time for different tasks. Have a time where you check (and respond to) messages, a time when you take meetings, and time to do mentally-intensive work. It helps to anchor these tasks around the times that you are personally more productive.

Set work hours

End work at a certain time. There’s a saying that “work expands to fill the time allotted,” and when you work from home, it’s even easier to let work spill over into personal time. Set a time to end work for the day, and reinforce it by powering down work-related devices, locking your office, or scheduling something afterward.

Enlist technology to help you unplug. Use an app to block distracting websites during the day, and then block work tools after-hours.

Take Vacation

Find something you love outside of work to engage in. If you have something that you’re excited about doing after work, it will make it easier to disconnect from work messages or end your day at a predetermined time. Your hobbies boost your energy and vitality. When you play and feel creative, you bring your fresh selves back to work.

Sources: businessnewsdaily.com, coburgbanks.co.uk.

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