How I Avoid Burnout During A Work Week

  1. Jen @thedesignersocial says:

    Burnout is happening so much more now with people having 2 or more jobs, and commitments. I try and plan my day, week. Put everything in my calendar to try and try not to take on more than I can handle. When I am burnt out I like to rest at home, watch some movies and just relax or go to the mall and shop.

    • Lara says:

      I’m so pleased you can relate, Jen! I completely agree that burnout is becoming more and more common as we take on bigger workloads, commitments and responsibilities. It’s so important to carve out the necessary time to destress and decompress, and it sounds like you’ve put some great strategies in place to do just that. Thank you so much for your feedback and for taking the time to read!

  2. Manoj Mathews says:

    Hey Lara I loved the point on stopping email notifications, where I can relate to that as being a distraction. I am changing my email settings now 🙂
    Anxiety is a symptom of burnout and most people fail to acknowledge that. It is highly critical to care for yourself, not just your family or your car. Some of the easy options I do are, walking in the park and ensuring I do not bring work inside home unless it is critical.

    • Lara says:

      Hi Manoj, thank you so much for your feedback – I’m so pleased to hear you’ve already made a positive change with changing your email settings – well done!
      I could not agree with you more – it is so important to to take the necessary steps to self-care, and going outside for a walk and some sunshine can work wonders!

  3. Paras says:

    Great post and thanks for sharing these easy tips with the readers. I would like to follow and enjoy a balance life. Keep sharing such great posts.

    • Lara says:

      Hi Paras, thank you so much for your lovely feedback and for taking the time to read! Maintaining healthy balance is key, I’m so pleased you found these tips useful.

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