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How to Create Strategies for Work Life Balance — 10 Comments

  1. I am always struggling with balancing things in my life. It is really difficult sometimes, and I don’t always succeed. But you have to keep trying, and eventually you can find a split that works for you.

  2. The older I get, the more balanced I feel. I think you figure out what is really important and ditch the rest.

  3. you know i used to hear people talk about work life balance all the time.However it wasnt until recently that I really knew what that meant in my life. its so important

  4. I believe I’ve found the right balance at my house. Of course, it helps that the kids are grown and flown.

  5. Wow that was so beautifully put!!!! I feel like so much of the time between my hustand and I we feel that we each have to put 50/50 to everything and it totally doesnt! Thank you. I feel like we could get a little more creative now.

  6. Excellent strategies! If we all work together it would make such a difference in more than just the work place.

  7. Since I work from home, the way I try to maintain balance between work and home is by setting a schedule and sticking to it. I take some time in the morning to work while my kid is eating breakfast and doing morning chores. Then I run errands and spend time with my kid throughout the day. When I put my kid to bed, I go back and finish work for the day. This schedule works most days.

  8. I used to let the scale tip too much towards work. I just had a fabulous afternoon to myself. I need to do more of this!!

  9. Balance is never easy. I hear my hubby tell me all the time that I need to learn to balance things more. This is super-helpful and I hope to try harder

How do these ideas work in your world?

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