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The Sunday Creep 42% of women experience the pressure to begin their work week on Sunday. Reasons include: •They don’t believe they will ever catch up on their work •Emails and messages from colleagues/their leader •It’s explicitly expected Do you log in Sunday prior to working M-F? Why or why not? | Fairygodboss
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I don’t have time to finish all my work during the work week. I have to finish some over the weekend. I usually do it on Sunday evenings.
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Time....the thing we don’t seem to have enough of. Because we can’t change time, but can change what we do with it - is there anything you can potentially change that would perhaps create more time for you?
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As a freelancer, I definitely have trouble setting aside work during non-working hours! When you don't have the 9-5 office schedule, setting aside work can be especially difficult. I've found regulating my own hours through scheduling is helpful.
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I agree. It can definitely be difficult; then there’s the added pressure we sometimes place on ourselves that tends to extend our working hours as well. Grateful you’ve found a solution that works! I appreciate your comment.