You can't do a good job if your job is all you do.— Katie Thurmes, entrepreneur
On Avoiding Burnout
Owner of Woodward Avenue Brewery and Co-founder of the DIY Street Fair in Ferndale, Krista Johnston knows a thing or two about working too much. Hear what she has to say about the lack of reward for overworking, and why it’s crucial to pencil in some serious “you time”.
Not only is working all the time counterproductive, it’s actually bad for your bod. And your mind. Read about why you should pump the brakes on busting your a** 24/7.
Whether you’re a full-blown workaholic or just showing the beginning signs, take a look at a few ways to quit your not-knowing-when-to-quit habits.
Want to know if you’re a workaholic? (If you don’t want to know, it’s not a good sign.) Check out these 7 indicators of workaholism—and what can be done about it.