Thanksgiving 2022 – Gratitude, Work-Life Balance and Rest

As a part of my time management consulting, coaching and workshop facilitation, I recommend defining your own personal version of work-life balance.

Here are four questions to ask yourself to begin shaping your definition:

How many hours each day do you want to work?

How many of those hours do you want to work at home, outside of your workday?

How many days each week do you want to work?

How much time do you want to take for yourself each day and each week for rest and recharge?

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I want to express my gratitude to you for stopping by. I hope that this particular blog post, or my other posts, videos or books, have given you a few tips to get started on your time management and work-life balance journey, or to keep pushing through your current journey.

May your Thanksgiving holiday be as restful and relaxing as you want it to be.



For the complete guide to getting away from it all so you can truly relax over the holidays, check out The Great Escape: A Vacation Planner for Busy People Who Want to Take a Real Break from Work & Life.

About Helene Segura, M.A. Ed., CPO®

As The Inefficiency Assassin™, Time Management Fixer Helene Segura empowers professionals on the go with the tools to slay lost time. Personal inefficiency at work leads to increased stress levels, lower morale, higher absenteeism, more turnover – and rising spending on employee health care and hiring. Why not improve productivity, decrease stress levels, and increase profits instead? The author of four books – two of which were Amazon best-sellers – Helene Segura has been the featured organization expert in more than 200 media interviews. She has coached hundreds of clients to productivity success and performance improvement by applying neuroscience and behavioral modification techniques to wipe out destructive, time-wasting habits. Helene turns time management on its head by sharing both client case studies and pop culture examples to teach her mind-bending framework for decreasing interruptions, distractions and procrastination so that companies can spend more time generating revenue.

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