The best way to beat burnout is by making more time for the activities and people that matter most to you.
1. Build downtime into your schedule.
When planning your week, make it a point to schedule time with your family and friends, and exercise that help you recharge.
2. Learn to say NO.
When you quit accepting tasks out of guilt or a false sense of obligation, you'll have more time for the activities that are meaningful to you.
3. Rethink your daily tasks.
Cut or delegate activities you don't enjoy or can't handle — or share your concerns and possible solutions with your family or employer.
4. Get moving.
It's hard to make time for exercise but it may ultimately help you get more done by boosting your energy level and ability to concentrate.
5. Remember that a little relaxation goes a long way.
Even during a busy day, you can take 10 or 15 minutes to rest your mind and/or body and recharge your batteries.
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