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It’s fine to value stability, but since life isn’t still, putting balance on a pedestal is problematic.
Developing a boundary-setting practice will allow you to reconfigure how your day and week is going to play out based on professional responsibilities and personal needs and not freak out if one day is all work and zero play.
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By sharing some details of your boundary practice with the people in your life, you give them an opportunity to support your goals instead of constantly tempting you with invitations that threaten to step on the lines you’ve drawn.
When you learn to set boundaries based on your various priorities and obligations, you’ll feel in control and at liberty to make decisions that work for you and the kind of life you want to lead — not the kind of life you’re supposed to lead.
Sometimes you have to slip up to learn about your boundaries; redefining them is a part of the process. Pushing yourself too hard, or underestimating how long something takes will help you draw better, clearer lines in the future.
Correctly identifying what you need to comfortably a...
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Define what a balanced life looks like to you before you can work towards a better work-life balance.
To define a work-life balance, write out the things that are important to you on a list and prioritise them.
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It’s not about rest and finally getting that much-needed break, though it does include these aspects.
Balance is about distributing demands so we can stay on track. And sometimes that takes a lot of work.
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