We are all too aware that a career in Law can be very busy and stressful with long hours and a lot of responsibilities.
 
As we begin a new year in our legal careers in a busy work environment take some time to remember that in order to excel in your role it is important to look after your physical and mental health first and foremost.
 
Evidently, when we are feeling fit and healthy both physically and mentally that is when we are most productive in our workplace. In order to achieve a healthy life work balance here are a few tips that may help you to achieve a prosperous new year.
 
Dedicate Specific Time for Yourself: 
Go for a coffee or an unwinding walk in the evenings after work. This will help you to clear your mind of work related thoughts and kick start your own personal time. This will enable you to come home to your families in a better mood and spend quality time with your loved ones on a daily basis.
 
Meditate:
Experts in the health industry believe that up to three minutes per day of meditation is a great way of combating stress from your life. Meditation is a way to relax your brain from the busy flow of thoughts and anxieties associated with work. In fact, it is said that it can help in all aspects of life.
 
Exercise:
Forty minutes of general exercise per day is great for your physical and mental health. Start off slow and build it up over time to reduce chances of injury. There are many choices of exercise however choose a form of exercise that is most enjoyable for you and make it a habit.
 
Gratitude:
The quality of being thankful and the readiness to show appreciation for everything in your life along with the willingness to return kindness may be a great alternative way of getting through a busy life work schedule. 
How about starting a gratitude journey for the new year? Each day you can write things you are grateful for in work or your life as a whole. Often we take the little things for granted. Why not invest in a gratitude journal? This will help you to focus on life's positives rather than dwelling on the negative things in your life.
 
Vitamins:
Look into supplements that may give you energy and help your mood especially on these cold winter mornings. The body needs these nutrients for reproduction, maintenance, growth and regulation of bodily processes. 
 
To conclude, try to do the best you can for yourself this year.
You are your best asset.
 
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5 Tips for Maintaining A Healthy Work-Life Balance

2019-01-02 20:36:50
David Danagher
Work-Life Balance
We are all too aware that a career in Law can be very busy and stressful with long hours and a lot of responsibilities.
 
As we begin a new year in our legal careers in a busy work environment take some time to remember that in order to excel in your role it is important to look after your physical and mental health first and foremost.
 
Evidently, when we are feeling fit and healthy both physically and mentally that is when we are most productive in our workplace. In order to achieve a healthy life work balance here are a few tips that may help you to achieve a prosperous new year.
 
Dedicate Specific Time for Yourself: 
Go for a coffee or an unwinding walk in the evenings after work. This will help you to clear your mind of work related thoughts and kick start your own personal time. This will enable you to come home to your families in a better mood and spend quality time with your loved ones on a daily basis.
 
Meditate:
Experts in the health industry believe that up to three minutes per day of meditation is a great way of combating stress from your life. Meditation is a way to relax your brain from the busy flow of thoughts and anxieties associated with work. In fact, it is said that it can help in all aspects of life.
 
Exercise:
Forty minutes of general exercise per day is great for your physical and mental health. Start off slow and build it up over time to reduce chances of injury. There are many choices of exercise however choose a form of exercise that is most enjoyable for you and make it a habit.
 
Gratitude:
The quality of being thankful and the readiness to show appreciation for everything in your life along with the willingness to return kindness may be a great alternative way of getting through a busy life work schedule. 
How about starting a gratitude journey for the new year? Each day you can write things you are grateful for in work or your life as a whole. Often we take the little things for granted. Why not invest in a gratitude journal? This will help you to focus on life's positives rather than dwelling on the negative things in your life.
 
Vitamins:
Look into supplements that may give you energy and help your mood especially on these cold winter mornings. The body needs these nutrients for reproduction, maintenance, growth and regulation of bodily processes. 
 
To conclude, try to do the best you can for yourself this year.
You are your best asset.
 

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