Often, a too-busy workload is the result of saying “yes” to commitments without being present to the work, time, or energy they’ll take to complete.
Try to set — and stick to — a work schedule that allows you to handle other important priorities in your personal life in a way that feels balanced to you.
It's an important part of work-life balance. Having positive outlets can help you get through a stressful or frustrating time in your career.
Paying attention to feelings that arise and when they come up can help you manage resentment, frustration, and disillusionment before they turn into burnout.
You are likely not the only one experiencing challenges, and a cultural shift may need to take place.
Seek help from your family, coaches, colleagues, and leaders. You may find you have more support than you think.
When we put our to-do list ahead of our needs, it’s easy to slip into burnout. Make a habit of checking in with yourself.
Developing relationships at work gives you a sense of belonging, access to shared resources, and makes it easier to ask for help.
One of the stages of burnout is a lack of interest in self-care. Be sure to take the time for basic needs, like food, water, exercise, and time with others.