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Tip #1: Set boundaries.
Setting boundaries can be challenging. We’ve been conditioned to equate success with being “always on.” Many of us tell ourselves that we have to be everything to everyone, or that we have to address everyone else’s needs before our own.
These limiting beliefs end up having a negative impact on nearly every aspect of our lives, from our sleep and nutrition to our ability to do good work and connect with people we care about.
But we can shift our mindset: By setting boundaries throughout the day, we protect ourselves and our time, and create opportunities to recharge and reset ourselves.
Start by setting one boundary in your life. If you’re not sure what boundary to set, think back to a moment recently when you were resentful. Feeling resentment is often a sign that we are pushing past our limits in a way that doesn’t serve us. Did back-to-back emails and Zoom calls prevent you from actually sitting down to eat dinner or getting to bed on time? Did you look up at the end of a long workday to realise you didn’t leave the room or move your body at all? Once you’ve identified those moments, try a Microstep that helps you set boundaries and minimise feelings of resentment.
Tip #2: Set priorities.
Many of us have found that working from home doesn’t necessarily make it easier to get the sleep and exercise we need, disconnect from technology, and reduce stress — especially when we have our children at home, too.
We are experiencing an entirely new challenge: Our three most important domains, family life, school, and work are all under one roof for so many of us.
Whether we are working from home or in the office, homeschooling our children, or sending them to school with shuffled schedules, we find ourselves trying to take on the role of partner, parent, and employee all at the same time. And doing justice to all of these important responsibilities can be completely overwhelming.
It’s more important than ever to identify the things that really matter — and to truly prioritise them.
Tip #3: Invest time in what matters most.
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