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  1. LoseWeightWithAng says

    It’s always a good idea to take a step back from what you’re doing and think about how you’re feeling. If you hate your job, try to figure out why you feel that way. Find out if you simply need a vacation, or a new job. I’ve left jobs because I saw no hope if them getting better 😐

    Ang | https://loseweightwithang.com

    • Shelly DS says

      I’m so glad you know your worth and don’t stand for less. I know I struggle with change, and will thus do every possible thing to make things better before heading to the door.

  2. Michelle (Boomer Eco Crusader) says

    These are all great tips Shelly. Last year when things were crazy at work, I started blocking focus time in my calendar. It helped a lot.

    My leader and I were talking just a couple of weeks ago about something I learned in a leadership course I took about 30 years ago. How do we punish our great performers? By giving them more work. Sadly, we are still doing that.

  3. Rebekah Charles says

    These are some amazing tips! Work can become so overwhelming and exhausting that we risk experiencing burnout. These tips you have provided will be so helpful in keeping use well balance when it come to work-life. Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. PoojaG says

    Making sure I have some me-time and staying well nourished are two things I worked on a lot last year and it really helped. I get very busy with university sometimes and tend to skip meals or not have any time to relax but that just made me feel really overwhelmed all the time and it was taking a toll on my body. Great post and great advice as usual!

  5. missybeelondon says

    I think this month went by very quickly. And January blues too with rubbish weather and being in lockdown, not properly motivated. Right now I have to be easy on myself if I am not completing tasks to time. But I have still been able to stay focused on my things. Only slacking with my hair tbh and creating video content.
    I notice now I have to eat a snack before I get into blogging prep, typing up posts and social media stuff. Or my mind will continue to remind i’m hungry and distract me. I have tried to organise myself a bit better. But right now I am not working jobwise. But because I don’t have a work routine it will be daunting when I have a job and balancing other things including blogging.

  6. justcalmwildness says

    I loooove this. I am learning the self care where every morning even if I am working from home, I dress up and look cute. I have also been learning to appreciate that everything I do is working towards something productive even when it doesn’t feel like it eg washing the utensils while having an assignment can feel like waste of time to me sometimes. This kind of thinking has helped.

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