Moderation is the key to balance.

 

“Although I grew up in very modest and challenging circumstances, I consider my life to be immeasurably rich.

Sonia Sotomayor

Achieving harmony between my professional life and personal life is wonderful. Each day, I work at achieving that harmony.

I am a professional go-getter. Whenever I have a chance at a big opportunity, I take it. Being able to talk about big wins does a lot for my confidence. It inspires me to go after even bigger projects next time.

With each work task that I undertake, I am mindful of my family life. The happiness of my loved ones is a top priority for me.

Doing my part to make them happy involves knowing when to work and when to take a break. Having big wins at work is great but holds little value when it is at the expense of my family.

Enjoying my days off from work means clearing my mind and focusing on what is in front of me.

Although deadlines loom, I know that I am only able to meet them with a rested mind and body. Using my days off to rejuvenate and relax is a good way to prepare myself for the challenges at work.

I remind myself that each aspect of my life contributes to the other.

Work gives me an income that allows me to afford the comforts of life. Taking time to enjoy the comforts prepares me to answer the calls to duty in the workplace.

Today, living a balanced life is possible because I commit to giving due time to the things that are important to me. I am successful and happy because I do it unfailingly.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How do I balance between one-on-one time and family time?
2. How do I know when my work is becoming overwhelming?
3. What are some of my duties at work that I am able to delegate?

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