Lacking a balance between responsibility and respite, “getting things done” can become an end-all. We begin to draw a link between executing the items on our “to do” lists and our feelings of self-worth.
Wasn’t it just six months ago that we all had lofty goals about where we were headed? Perhaps June should be designated as the time to get real about what we’ve accomplished and what we have not since Jan. 1.
Don’t end up asking yourself huge quality-of-life questions: What’s life all about? Why am I here? Is that all there is?
The concerns in your work life might be annoying and relentless, but none are insurmountable.
December is busy for meeting planners, so any breathing space you can find is worth it. Some ideas.
“I always find myself wishing for more time … ” You, too?