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Just because you CAN work remotely doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have boundaries. Ideally you should establish start/stop times to ensure there’s a divide between your career and your personal life. It’s understandable that some days will be longer than others and work demands change during peak times, however self-care has to be prioritized. Unfortunately, it can’t be delegated - it has to be your decision. | Fairygodboss
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I appreciate your honesty Deanna. Although focusing on your children has to be priority, the question is what needs to be re-prioritized so you can take care of yourself, your family and your work? Each day may look different, schedules could vary but the choice for all us is “how do we best manage this 24 hours?” You can still have start/stop times; boundaries and breaks as you balance what requires your focus day to day.
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