Work life integration. It’s a term we hear a lot lately. But what does it really mean?
For some people, it might mean blending the two spheres together as much as possible. Working from home one day a week, for example, or leaving work a little early to catch a soccer game.
For others, it might mean accepting that the two spheres will never really intersect. That work will always be work and life will always be life. Finding ways to make each as fulfilling as possible is the key.
Either way, work life integration is about finding a way to make our lives feel more balanced. To me, it means not feeling guilty for taking time for myself, even if that time is during work hours. It means being more productive because I’m not constantly stressed out about how I’m going to fit everything in.
What about you? What does work life integration mean to you?
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