Jack Daniel

Jack Daniel


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Ever feel burnout? It’s not always from your job but most of the time it is. If you’re living paycheck to paycheck like most of us, dealing with the pressures of “burnout” can be tough. Many people are suffering from work-related burnout. While going on a vacation would be ideal, everyone can not afford it. Here are some tips you can do to alleviate burn out.

  • Map out your ideal situation

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    Having a roadmap to stress relief requires input from your significant other. After all, your stress is affecting them as well.

  • Learn to set boundaries

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    Letting people when “your time” is occurring and to respect that you’re not engaging with anyone but taking time for yourself. It’s ok to say NO.

  • Look for a sense of meaning in your work, even if it's small

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    Giving Back

    Charitable endeavors can be great or small, but are tremendous stress relievers and give you a chance to recognize that your are more than just the job you hold.

  • Aim to detach your identity from your work


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    There are many activities that can relieve stress. Painting, sculpting, pottery and so much more. I play music every week with friends. While doing this, I’m completely encompassed in what I’m doing and can’t think about anything else.

  • How do you deal with work-related burn out?


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    Here’s a thing I do at home when there’s a strong need to relax. Awesome you tube channel called Alley of Ambience.

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