2 min read

Work when you work, don’t when you don’t

Just because work is at home and you have flexibility doesn't mean you should always be logged on.
Work when you work, don’t when you don’t
Photo by Nitin Mathew / Unsplash

How I Quit Burnout issue #29 (Get it in your inbox next Tuesday)

My story

Today we move onto section three of four: Build your boundaries.

In my run-up to burnout, I was always on. I responded to Slacks on the bus ride home. I took care of those remaining emails while sitting on the couch at night. Luckily for me, it was right there on my phone. I didn’t even have to open my laptop. It made sense for me to deal with them rather than let them sit.

But what I really needed was to let myself sit. Without work.

This post is for paying subscribers only