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Work life balance reflection

Exercise Summary

This exercise is in 3 parts
A. Review your work life activities as an exercise
B. Take Steps to remove things that are not adding value
C. Review each week at a specific reflective time what you have achieved in the week; did it get you any closer to achieving your lifetime goals

Main Activity

Review my work life activity

Review your work/life activity
Look to remove things that don’t move you closer to achieving your goals or provide you with benefit.

Weekly reflection:
Use journaling to reassess how you spend your days
Organize, prioritize, and discard what’s taking up your time
Separate yourself from work with regular digital detoxes
Let go of perfectionism
Limit time-wasting activities and relationships
Take small steps towards fixing your bad habits
Look for flexible working environments
Be honest about what is ‘enough’

We suggest a frequency of: weekly
and it could last 30





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