9 Tips to Reduce Burnout
Updated: Nov 8, 2020
When working from home, the line between work and home gets very blurred, making it easy to burn out. Below are nine tips for practicing if you feel like you are starting to feel burned out:
Tap into your support system from a good friend, family member, therapist, or coach.
Find someone who will challenge your thinking or give you another perspective, perhaps someone listed above. Making decisions is hard to do when you're exhausted. This person can help you prioritize things or identify patterns in your behavior.
Clarify your priorities. Some projects may need to be delegated or said no to if they don't serve you in the long run.
Prioritize healthy eating, exercise, and sleep.
Take breaks throughout the day.
Stop your workday at a reasonable time.
Use all of your vacation time. And examine your work environment.
Work with your manager to prioritize your work.
Review the structure of your role with your manager and make adjustments if needed.