Last Updated Oct 21, 2008 10:36 AM EDT
I invited BNet's readers to weigh in with their own ideas on how to achieve this, and no surprise here: They had some great suggestions.
It is so simple, work is work, home is home, party is party, yoga is yoga. Give every single thing the time it needs without letting it interfere with the other.ayeshadawson said:
A goal-oriented, and prioritized personal life will help reduce disorganization and stress.Big Projects offered:
Having a prayerful life will help you achieve this balance.the limority report noted:
The less possessions you have, the less stress you have and the more time you gain.pekingduck chimed in:
Get to know your body and listen to it: the physical and emotional symptoms that signals that it's time to STOP! Learn to say: NO! Be confident when you say it, and you'll be surprised how others will respect you for it. Follow your passions. Laugh. Breathe. Share. Love.And Enrico Pallazzo summed it up:
Make the "life" part of the equation a higher priority. I have kids, and when I go home, I would be doing my family a great injustice if I was distracted by two things from work while I'm reading about Things One and Two, ya know?Thanks for the great tips.