Learn to say no, and learn how to tell people that you can no longer commit to doing something.
It’s not always easy, but remember that this is your life, and you should do what you really want to do, not what others want you to do.
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How long do you work (and how much of that time is spent on doing what you really love about your work)? For the things not on your short list, what can you eliminate?
Some things might be big commitments that are hard to get out of — but over time, you can get out of them.
How To Find That Elusive Balance Between Work and Life “Balance is beautiful.” - Miyoko Ohno, Japanese bridge designer Article by Leo Babauta I have a close friend named Norm who is a great photographer and a great person in general …
recently he was telling me that all he does is work.
Really think hard about how you can eliminate the non-essential things in your life (the non-short list stuff).
Introduction Since the end of hunting and fruit gathering as the only source of survival and emergence of animal rearing and agriculture work started to emerge as separate from life.