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Business Luncheon: Occupational Burnout Work/Life Balance recap



Thank you to Betsey Finnan, LCSW, and Nicole Remblos, Occupational Therapists of Bricolage Wellness for sharing great tips on identifying occupational burnout and providing action steps to prevent or cure its effects on us in work and personal life. Burnout is identified as exhaustion that is unaddressed or unresolved. Here are some of the helpful steps they provided that can get you back on track:

*Consistent sleep routine

*Healthy eating habits

*Setting a routine at night to tell your body it’s time to wind down

*Use your time off

*Set work notifications off when at home

*Schedule time to think about tasks

*Check-in weekly with yourself

Recommended resources:

● Burnout: The Secret To Unlocking The Stress Cycle by Emily Nagoski, PhD and Amelia
Nagoski, DMA
● Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen
● Unlocking Us with Brene Brown

To assess where you land in the burnout spectrum, they provided the following quiz:

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