As we move into 2020, it may be a timely reminder to get your work-life balance right.
We live in a culture where working back is common place, almost expected but for some it could impact their physical and mental health. Staying back at work, putting in the extra hours all the time can result in increased fatigue and stress, decreased wellbeing and quality of sleep. Not to mention putting strain on relationships outside of work. Getting the work-life balance wrong can lead to burn out.
Clocking off at your allotted time more regularly than not can allow you the time to maintain your own physical, mental and social wellbeing. All of which will allow you to turn up as the best version yourself, which will also be the most productive version of yourself.
For most people work pays the bills but the real joy of life is outside of work hours. Take the time this year to assess your values around work-life balance.