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When you wake up in the morning, don’t jump out of bed for your workout immediately, or drag yourself to the washroom. Sit up straight, relax, and close your eyes. Say to yourself, “I am grateful for those who support me, believe in me, and are always there for me.” Say this with a deep breat...
Begin your day by stretching with your family and doing some physical activity together.
All you need is 10 minutes. You’ve accomplished a two-for-one: physical activity and family time!
On your shared streaming service, make a playlist of your family’s favorite music. When you take a break at work or feel a negative moment getting the best of you, listen to that music, think about your family, and regain your focus.
Music is a powerful voice and has the ...
At least once a day, call or text your significant other or your kids and repeat Stevie Wonder: “I just called to say I love you, I just called to say how much I care.”
Let your family know they are always in your thoughts. Even in the face of a big deadline or an important meeting, that ...
Discuss with your boss his/her expectations of you in regards to your time and your position to foster a mutual and clear understanding of your role.
Should your role involve evening/weekend hours, and tasks such as answering emails, working from home, or extra time needed for special...
It’s common for colleagues to hang out after work. Say yes when your significant other and/or kids are also busy. This will balance things out more.
There are times to have beers with colleagues, but there are also times to go home, relax, watch a movie, and simply have fun with your fami...
We all deal with a lot at work and at times might get irritated or annoyed. Remember you are a human being, not a robot, and thus it’s acceptable to have a buffer moment for these feelings.
Take a deep breath, zone into your happy place that involves your family, think about how ...
Allocate the last half-hour of your day to do the following and leave the office at 5:30/6:00 p.m.:
At the dinner table, leave your phone and turn off the TV.
Focus on your family, not on work, and use this as a time to bring all your energy, your aura, and your being in the moment with the people who support and believe in what you do, and love you for the ability to do what you do.
Keep a two-week work diary: try to track every fifteen minutes of your work time. After that, analyze for, and attack, any inefficiencies! This will import balance in your day and yield a well-deserved coffee break, a breath of fresh air, and time to make your daily family phone call!
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