Happy to have one of my papers (with Erin Kelly, Orfeu Buxton, and Lisa Berkman) cited along with others’ important research on the impact of long work hours on our lives The Best Way to Achieve Work-Life Balance - The Atlantic
Real work-life balance has to be imposed by managers. Until then, the best way to cope might be to embrace the imbalance, writes
Real work-life balance has to be imposed by managers. Until then, the best way to cope might be to embrace the imbalance, writes
When our offices moved from DTLA to El Segundo, my commute home jumped from 30 minutes to almost 60. The biggest quality of life change I've made: I don't cook after work any more. Trader Joe's frozen foods and bagged salad are my life now.
“Rather than beat yourself up striving to balance work and life, it might be better to simply embrace the imbalance.” #humility #mentalhealth
Real work-life balance has to be imposed by managers. Until then, the best way to cope might be to embrace the imbalance, writes
⁦⁦ w ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩: Working > 55 hrs/wk raises risk of heart attack, stroke. People who work > hrs tend to be more anxious, depressed. Sleep suffers. IQ drops 13 pts when in tunnel-vision busyness.
"Give Up on Work-Life Balance: Despite the pressure to have it all, many workers still feel they are failing both in the office and at home" - An important article by 🧐