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5 WAYS TO ENSURE
A GREATER WORKFAMILY
Individuals have to juggle many different responsibilities
on a daily basis. Those with full- or part-time jobs,
children, spouses or partners, or aging family members
that require assistance, will often find they are pulled in
different directions. In many cases, work takes priority
over family time because people rely on their jobs for the
income that funds their lifestyles. Rather than jeopardizing
that income, certain individuals will make time concessions
that favor employment over personal relationships
and family time.
Recent data indicates that many people are trapped in
unhealthy work-life balances and can’t find the time to
unwind and enjoy themselves. The e-commerce company
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of the workplace and home life do not have boundaries.
Learning to balance work and life better may come from
following these tips.
1. Find more time. While there’s no way to add extra
hours to the day, you can add extra hours to your schedule.
One way to do so is to wake up earlier or stay up later
than the household. Some people prefer the quiet time to
get things done while others are asleep. If you can afford
to shave an hour from your sleeping schedule (provided
you already are getting enough), this approach can make a
2. Limit distractions as much as possible. Distractions
pull attention away from tasks and that can make it harder
to complete jobs on time. Schedule tasks that require your
utmost concentration when others are not around. Perhaps
this means coming into the office during off-peak hours
or waiting until a spouse or the kids go to their respective
places of work or school before you start on things that
require greater concentration.
3. Figure out your home priorities. Schedule your home
priorities just as you would work meetings and other responsibilities.
While you may not be able to attend every
sports practice or game, make it a point to get to as many
events as possible. Put it in the calendar or planner as a
4. Maximize your PTO. Chances are you are entitled to a
certain number of days off. Do not squander the opportunity
to use these days. It will not make you a hero if you
give up on time off. Map out priorities for the next couple
of months and see where your time away from work will
be needed. Then utilize PTO for these events as well as
5. End work at a certain time. There is a saying that
“work expands to fill the time allotted.” It’s easy to let
work infiltrate home time especially for those who are
remote workers. Set a distinct end time for the job and
reinforce it by turning off your computer or other devices,
or physically lock the door to your office. Schedule tasks
directly after work that are important to you, so you won’t
be tempted to continue working.
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