Ep. 18: Why Should I Have Work-Life Balance?
For many of us, our job consumes way more time than just 40 hours a week. Sometimes that is a standard our employer sets for us, but sometimes that is a routine that we choose for ourselves. It is no secret that as an American culture, we value hard work, but at what point does working more become counterproductive? At what point do we begin sacrificing what truly matters for the sake of work? We have to ask ourselves: Why am I working so hard?
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ABOUT THE GUEST
Mary Speer is the Head Local for Origin Lexington, a new hotel opening early summer 2019 at The Summit at Fritz Farm in Lexington, KY. Her beautiful equine photography has been featured in VisitLex publications and blog, in the Pam Miller Downtown Arts Center, and Visit Horse Country Promotions. You can find her work at maryspeer.com and be sure to follow her on Instagram @maryjspeer.
Portrait of Mary by Kirstie Dunston Photography.
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING
Ellis, Philip. “There’s Nothing 2018 Loves More Than Hustle, But Is It Paying Off?” Man Repeller. https://www.manrepeller.com/2018/11/the-problems-with-hustle-culture.html
Jian Lee, Deborah. “6 Tips for Better Work-Life Balance”. Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/deborahlee/2014/10/20/6-tips-for-better-work-life-balance/#17968a8e29ff
Moodie, Alison. “Why Are Americans Spending Too Much Time At Work?” The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2016/jun/30/america-working-hours-minimum-wage-overworked