The constant torrent of never ending tasks that face us when we head to work can have us feeling frazzled by days end. You may have found yourself at the end of a work day feeling drained, lacking energy and ready to retreat to a vegetative state. And if you have, you wouldn’t be alone. But successful people do things differently. Whilst others withdraw, successful people re-energise through a variety of alternate activities that take the focus away from work and place the body in a relaxed state which tremendously assists in regeneration.
In this entry Christina Antonio shares 12 activities to prevent burnout which are a far more effective use of down time than sitting for hours in front of the TV. Perhaps you’ll apply them yourself, and reap the reward of a far more fulfilling existence.
Job burnout is not only common nowadays, it could even happen to you even if there aren’t many demands on your current position. This is because job burnout doesn’t just refer to physical stress – it also includes emotional and mental exhaustion, as well as feelings of dissatisfaction with regards to your work performance.