5 Tips to Avoid Burn-Out at your Work Place

Burn out is very common these days due to the hectic work schedule and expectations of the companies we work for. Here are some of the simple tips to avoid burn out at work place.

28th Aug 2019
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Challenging work role and work environment can be interesting but life keeps moving like a roller coaster keeping you too much engaged into the same schedule for long. Until the deliverables are cleared out from your plate, you feel a sense of getting a break and feel exhausted at work. Final closures of delivery are even more critical and hence management keeps an eye during this period leading to more stress for employees.

Now that we know delivery or work cannot stop, we must think about other ways to balance it out to avoid burn out and feel rejuvenated even at work. Let’s see some simple yet effective tips for it-


1)     Start your day early to work


There are many advantages of starting your day early. In Canada you will find maximum people travelling to their office by 8 am itself. Fresh morning and fresh mind brings more innovative and effective ideas at your work. This doesn’t mean you need to stay until 8 pm if you started early.  Make a habit of leaving on time and make use of office hours fully to complete all the required tasks for the day. If something is left for the day and it is not causing any havoc, still you can leave and take it up as a first thing in the next morning. This gives you some time to spend with family and friends after work, which is very much essential.


2)     One day trip to some nearby place


One might have thousand reasons to avoid going out on weekends after a hectic week of work but a one day trip to any nearby place can bring some change and help you to relax. Hotel reservation websites can get you cheap price hotels for your stay and that gets you ready for the upcoming week of tight schedule again.  Don’t try to go for much of physical activities like adventure rides and all but try to enjoy the place and spend time with family or friends.


3)     Hobby classes


Oh no! Hobby class and at this age? Well yes! Hobbies are not meant to be fulfilled only during childhood. Dancing and singing is known to be the best stress busters apart from travelling. Keeping some time of a week for some of your hobby class like music, dance, painting, art and craft etc can keep you busy with something else you always wanted to pursue. Try it, you might end up seeing the other side of artist in you.


4)     Start contributing to your city as a responsible citizen


When we say start contributing doesn’t mean one needs to help only with money. Contribution includes other things like teaching, participating in awareness programs, and being a part of some social organisation which gives back to your own society. This way you also give back to the society.


5)     Shopping and Dining


At the end, get some time for your family for shopping and dining in a nice restaurant. This keeps a tight bonding among each other and brings a change. Good food is always appreciated and makes you feel good, though at the cost of some bucks. The whole week is spent eating normal boring food and your soul needs some nice dishes as well.

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