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How to Better Balance Work and Family

Posted on 10/07 by Dillon Fisher

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We often think about the term “success” as it relates to our working lives. But the word can have a broader definition, one that goes beyond just getting the highest salary or landing the next promotion. Achieving this kind of success means creating a meaningful balance between your work life and your family responsibilities. Unfortunately, this can prove difficult. The vast majority of workers sacrifice their home lives to their professional goals. For instance, one survey showed that two-thirds of employees don’t feel they have a good work/life balance. This can have long-ranging impacts. You can lose precious moments with your families. At the same time, you can strain relationships and cause unnecessary stress. However, there are steps you can take. Here are a few tips for creating a better balance between work and family:

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