There are qualities successful people share.  They put aside their weekends as time to reflect and relax at home. A study from Stanford shows that productivity declines when the workweek goes over 50 hours.  People who work 70 hours or more per week are proven to get the same amount of work done as someone who works 55 hours a week.

Here is a list of ways successful people find a work-life balance:

1.       Waking up at the same time every day.  When you are not waking up at the same time everyday consistently, it can mess with your circadian rhythm. Sleeping in on the weekends can disrupt your sleep schedule, leaving you feeling groggy and tired on Monday.  Go to bed earlier if you feel the need to catch up on sleep.

2.       Put aside the mornings for me time: Days fly by when you are busy with work, family, cooking, cleaning, or whatever it is you need to do during the day.  Waking up a bit earlier to get stuff done for you is crucial.  Putting aside time to work on something you’re passionate about can seriously boost your happiness and cleanliness of mind.

3.       Plan weekend adventures: Go to a concert and or plan a mini adventure.  Having something planned for the weekend boosts your mood during the week.  Knowing you have something to look forward to for Saturday will make your work week more enjoyable and worthwhile.

4.       Pursue a passion: Working on your passion on the weekend can truly benefit your mind.  It helps to unwind your mind and open up your mind to new ways of thinking.

Cosmo Insurance Agency is all about unwinding and putting aside time for yourself.  Keeping a work-life balance is important for your wellbeing.  Keeping your mind and body healthy will guarantee that you will receive better premiums on life insurance and health insurance.  Call Cosmo today for a quote. 732-363-3888


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