Experiencing Some Work Related Burnout Here’s What To Do

Experiencing Some Work-Related Burnout? Here’s What To Do


Do you ever feel like you’re constantly thinking about work even when you’re not on the clock?

Instead of enjoying that Friday night movie, all you can think about is your Monday 9 AM presentation.

It happens! 

When something is on our minds, it can be tough to “turn off” that thought.

Even when you love what you do – constantly thinking or worrying about work can be exhausting. 

The good news is – there are several small lifestyle hacks you can start implementing as soon as today that can help prevent work-related burnout. 

Keep Your Mornings Interesting

Yes – there are several benefits of having a solid morning routine.

But at the same time, mixing things up just a little bit can help increase your overall motivation and energy levels.

Trying out a new brand of coffee, purchasing some outfits a little outside your comfort zone, or listening to a different radio station while you get ready might be just what you need. 

Minimize Interruptions

Whenever you are doing something just for you, like reading a book or spending time with family – turn your phone off or put it in another room. It’s not uncommon for co-workers or bosses to email over the weekend, which can be a little stressful. 

Feeling like you have to respond to everyone right away can tear your focus away from what you’re doing and get your mind sucked into work mode. 

If your business email is on your personal phone and the notifications distract you, you can turn them off until Monday. 

Self Care is Not Selfish

You’re not a robot. You’re human.

And all humans need quality sleep and downtime in order to be on their A-game. If one night you’re feeling a bit more tired than usual – go to sleep an hour earlier. 

Tiredness is our body’s way of telling us that it needs rest. 

You and your body are a team, and it’s so important to respect what it is trying to tell you.

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