Scheduling Time on Your Calendar to Disconnect From Work

Work is such an integral part of our lives. If you’re working a 40-hour week, that’s nearly a quarter of your life spent just working. That is a significant portion of your life, for better or worse. As important as work is, it’s not typically our first choice of activity each day. The activities we really want to pursue, such as hobbies, entertainment, and time with family, tend to take a backseat when work is concerned.

The challenge is figuring out how to disconnect from work long enough to make time for these things.

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