Ways to avoid burnout if you’re employed

by | 30 Jun, 22 | Podcast

This episode is the second in our 3 part mini-series on ways to avoid burnout.

In this part, we’re exploring ways to avoid burnout when you’re employed. We touch on several areas to consider and connect with when you’re working for somebody else and wanting to create a working life that doesn’t lead to burnout.

Hopefully, this will give you some inspiration to weave some of these areas into your own journey towards healing from burnout.

 

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Discussed in this episode

  • Learning to listen to your body

  • Communicate how you’re feeling

  • Noticing and releasing the need for perfectionism & people pleasing

  • Building community in the workplace

  • Remembering that you aren’t your work

  • Take sick days, take your holiday, take lunch breaks

  • Connecting to your values and the bigger picture

  • Identify and hold your boundaries

Links and resources

Listen to the part 1 of our podcast mini-series: Self-employed: ways to avoid burnout

Listen to our podcast: Embodiment and why re-connecting to your body is important for burnout recovery.

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