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Saturday, April 23, 2016

4 Ways to Balancing Work and Life


If you find difficult to divide their time between work and life, you're not alone. Even vacation time that should be used for recreation, you actually wear it to work. Think about it, when was the last time you use the time off for a vacation?

"Many people who have difficulty dividing their time between work and life because of fear of being fired. That's why we always work hard to forget the time to enjoy life, "according to Robert Brooks psychology, author of The Power of Resilience: Achieving Balance, Confidence, and Personal Strength in Your Life.
Here are 5 effort can you do so that your life is more balanced:
1. Make a schedule
When you create a weekly schedule, be sure there is a time for family, friends, and activities for relaxation of mind and physical. When you take the time and schedule, turn off your smartphone and enjoy togetherness.
Or you can get up early 3 hours before going to work so that you have time to exercise or chatting briefly with family.
2. Use the time wisely
Many people waste a lot of time when working hours as gossiping or smoke. Try this: be on time. While at work, focus on the completion of the work, do not waste time opening and reading status in social media.
3. Exercising
It is difficult to take time out of our busy to exercise. But the benefits of exercise is also a lot to increase energy and focus when working. Try to exercise at least one hour per day to pep up your work.
4. Relaxation
Do beramsumsi if you have to change drastically to split time. Try starting unrealistic things like return on time one day a week.
Build activity slowly is very important to you. You could spend an hour each week for a hobby or go together family.
In fact, it is advisable also to take time 10-15 minutes to recharge your body such as bathing, reading, listening to music or anything that could trigger the spirit of your life.
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