Prevent burnout working from home
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Work–life balance is achieved when we have enough time, energy, & commitment to take part in home-life or family-life activities.
Caregiver burnout is categorised as a state of total physical, emotional and mental exhaustion.
This happens due to multiple demands, lack of resources, less energy and/ or lack of support.
There are many factors that may contribute to caregivers experiencing burnout.
Taking care of own health and wellbeing reduces the burden and facilitates better care to receivers.
Balance looks different for everyone. It all depends upon what you value at any given time, what you want to achieve, and when you want to achieve it.
But thinking of your career as something standing in opposition to everything else in your world will definitely make you miserable.
Burnout occurs when job demands consistently outweigh the resources available. The first thing you need to do is to set proper limits.
When you limit your time spent on specific tasks, you give yourself permission to make choices. Instead of fighting perfectionism for example, you learn to stop when things are good enough.
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