Tag: work-life balance
When yes is overused it takes what should be a whole-hearted gift and turns it into an anxiety-producing check box. Courtney Martin’s argument for saying “no” gracefully and learning to measure life in acts of unhurried love.
Researchers are showing that doing it all at the same time is a “diabolical illusion.” If we know this, why does it continue to be so seductive, so alluring? In this technological, overambitious age, a commentary on striving to be focused and whole again.
Our overscheduled lives leave little time for contemplation and reflection. How do we enable each other to pause and reflect together and ask how our hearts are doing?
When you do too much and say “yes” to too many requests, what happens? Some advice on why it’s vital to decline in order to accept the invitations that matter most.