WITH more Australians struggling to achieve the ideal of having a work-life balance, is it time to embrace the imbalance in our lives?
STUDIES show the constant juggle between time spent at work compared to caring for family, enjoying leisure activities and downtime is worsening.
Experts say most people are pessimistic about achieving a work-life balance, with many fearing it’s just too hard in today’s economy. So has the time come to give up the battle? Business consultant Judy Reynolds says having “intentional imbalance” is a better option to feeling stressed about failing to achieve a happy equilibrium between life and work.
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