You might think keeping work and your personal life separate is best for balance. But it might actually be causing you to burn out.For so many of us, keeping work and a personal life fairly balanced is a constant struggle.Maybe it’s time to rethink the “separate but equal” work-life balance theory and find ways to rekindle and nurture the passions that drew us to our career choices in the first place?If we don’t, we risk burnout. Here are three strategies for avoiding burnout by staying connected to work, both as an employee and as a person.1.
Sometimes it’s smarter to ditch the dream of finding something brand new. Try riding someone else’s wave instead.You’ve probably heard of Foursquare, the location check-in app that manages to get a lot of interested users but not much money. But you might not be familiar with FearSquare.It’s an app that lets Foursquare users know if they’re in danger by checking the UK crime statistics for their current locations.This isn’t a money-making venture.
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