Moving on from the work guilt

Moving on from the work guilt
  1. Recognize when you're feeling guilty and afraid that you didn't do enough. Take note of the feeling and slowly let the feeling go, with no judgments.
  2. Let yourself pause and breathe. Be kind to yourself.
  3. Remind yourself that you're allowed to do other things aside from work. Being able to rest is important so that you'll be able to give your best the next time you go to work.
  4. Take the rest. Enjoy the space you have for yourself.
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