If you do have to take work home, make sure you set strict time limits for yourself, so it doesn’t eat up all of your out-of-office time. Triage the important stuff.
Lots of companies establish one day a week as “meeting-free,” where no one is allowed to schedule any kind of mandatory group gathering.
If telecommuting is an option for you at your job, take advantage of it. Even one day or half day a week can help keep you grounded and give you that little bit of extra space.
Build this into your work day, with something as simple as a half-hour walk during your lunch break. Exercise will keep you healthy, sharp, young, and full of endorphins.
Make sure you block off time in your schedule when you have nothing on, not even family commitments or doctor's appointments.
The people you love and who love you in your life aren’t expendable, and your job should know that. Make time to be there for the people that you love as a rule, not as an exception.
Vacation and personal time exist for a reason. Take every day you are allowed. You’re supposed to use these days, and you will be glad you did.