How To Balance Out Career And Life In London

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It’s not unusual for Londoners to have trouble balancing their career and life in the modern-day. It all stems from the constant stress of having to work long hours just to make it in your field. The aspect of life that is negatively impacted, as a consequence, is well… life. Having to sit for 60 hours a week can put tremendous pressure on a person. We only got one life, and we must balance it for the sake of our future.

So because of that, we will give you a few tips on how to balance our career and life if you’re a Londoner.

1. What Are Your Priorities?

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If you are indeed working 60 hours a week, then chances are you’re putting too much priority on work. You might be forced to work 60 hours or you’ll end up losing your job. You might love your job but do understand that this is not a healthy routine. Changes need to be made, and they will be made if you priorities other aspects of life. If you’re fearful that you might be gaining too much weight from constantly having to put long working hours, you will need to change it or find time to accommodate practicing healthier routines. The best way to go about this is to write down what your priorities are. Write up to 10 things and determine which is most important to you. If you think that a healthier lifestyle is more important than your job, then make changes to accommodate it.

2. Exercise More

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The main reason as to why people have an imbalanced life is all down to the fact that London is a very expensive city to live in, hence why people work harder just to make it each week. We mentioned that focusing too much on work puts a dent into other aspects of life. To get a better picture of what we’re talking about, make sure to visit JustLondonJobs.com to find out just how expensive London can be for ordinary people.

Regardless if you like exercising or not you have to put some effort into it. It’s not good being chained to your desk every single week, finishing the day and going home only to repeat it the next day. Do something else in between work and home. Head to the gym as this is the best way to exercise. As a matter of fact, exercising promotes a healthy body, a healthy mind, and a healthier lifestyle. It keeps you fresh and motivated to go again the next day.

3. Plan Social Activities

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Sometimes, things are not what we expect them to be. It’s the weekend and working-people cannot wait to plan for social activities with friends and family. But for you is different. You feel tired from the constant pressure at work, the hours you have to put it, and all the deadlines. Disregard them as you are what matters the most. Pick up the phone and call your friends or family for a nice picnic. You might even do something simpler like heading to the pub or catching a movie. But regardless of what you’re planning on doing, you must do it. Staying social is a great way to balance your life while also staying focused on your work.

 

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