These 3 Work-Life Balance Tips Will Get Your Life In Order Forever

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Work Life Balance

After a tiring day at work, you are finally back home. Your phone’s message tone is ringing, you may even be getting calls. Where are they from? Work. Are you really at home? NO! Mentally you are still at the office.

                   !!!Whatsapp messages. E-mails. Calls!!!

All of them from office. Not just that, you may even find yourself working from home after office.

When situations like this appear once in a blue moon, they are negligible and acceptable. However, when the same situation becomes an everyday norm, it poses a problem- A HUGE PROBLEM!

You start ignoring your friends, family, health and a lot more. The vice versa where you compromise your work because of your personal life is also true. None of them is great.

No worries! I have just the solution for you. (even though the technological advancements have made it impossible for you to not stay connected to the office all the time) Keep reading to know the 3 work-life balance tips to get your life in order forever and keep stress at bay.

Change Your Habits

Sometimes it becomes necessary to analyse what you really need to do and what you can delegate. Little things like going to grocery shop, sending emails, even cooking should be thought over. Sometimes we find ourselves so entangled and okay with the current schedule that we fail to identify the loopholes.

Divide the work amongst the team and the family members. Don’t try to do it all by yourself. This will allow others to mushroom and you to excel in what you do while reducing the stress.

Also, stop being so ambitious that you put every other thing at stake. Manage time properly, come and leave office timely. You can track your work hours using biometric attendance software.

Shun The Time-Wasters

Ever had the feeling that because of some gossip grapevine, the whole thought in your mind burst like a bubble? Then it’s time to identify such people. Be very selfish ‘with your time because you need to be. Biometric attendance software can help you with this. By seeing the punch in time in the software, you would get to know the time left with you at work to complete the tasks for the day so that you can manage the time accordingly. In order to have a great work-life balance, you need to decide the most important tasks and the most important people. (as you just cannot compromise with the two) Make time for them first.

To be able to do this, you must cut the rest that do nothing but sheer wastage of your time. Limit your interaction with such people and learn to excuse yourself from such situations. The better you will be yourself, the better you will be at being a parent, partner, son, daughter etc.

Spend Quality Time

When spending quality time with yourself or your near and dear ones, disconnect the rest. Realise that it is important to not worry about anything else but the moment you are in. Don’t let any work-related news spoil it.

Similarly, control your urge to check your mobile phone constantly to check messages, and other updates from family and friends. Doing so very frequently hampers your work.

So, remember to mute groups, put your phone on silent or away from you to focus on crucial work tasks properly without getting deviated. Also, to do the same when you are enjoying gala time with your near & dear ones.

You always make time to bathe and eat, then why not for meditation or some exercise like yoga, Zumba or whatever appeases you? Setting big milestones to achieve will become a perfect sauce for failure. Rely on biometric attendance software to know the work hours in the office.Take baby steps towards making the changes and getting your life in order.

Good Luck!

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Sukriti Saini

Sukriti Saini works as a content marketing strategist at HROne. She has done Bachelors in Journalism from Delhi University and carries several years of experience in content development. HR trends, Productivity, Performance and topics related to Employee Engagement garner most of her writing interest here. During leisure, she loves to write and talk about fashion, food & life.

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