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Old 03-13-2019, 10:00 AM   #1
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Finding a healthy work/life balance can seem like an impossible task. Between managing your business and taking care of your home, life can seem stressful with no relief on either front. What’s worse: the more stressed you get, the less productive you are, and that makes you fall behind even further. Finding Work Balance (Business & Home)
Creating a great work/life balance can be the key to staying happy and healthy. What’s your favorite tip for achieving this goal?
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Good article. Several good tips, and thoughtful reminders. With the busy season starting (at least around here) anything that helps me get into the right mindset is appreciated.

Be Flexible
Be Efficient
Take Breaks
Balancing Home Life

I have difficulty saying 'no' sometimes, and often end up over-committed, and then...predictably...stressed.

Also, a good reminder to stay 'active' on the weekend, when it is tempting to "recover".

Adding my own tip:
One of the most effective (and simple) things I have done to separate work and home is clothing. Having clothing that is specifically, and only for work (ie., a uniform) helps me to create a sharp separation from home. Also looks professional, and I never have to wonder what I am going to wear from day to day.
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