A workaholic. This is what you have become.
The only time you do not think of work is during the three or four hours a day that you spend sleeping.
You devote 16 hours of your day each day to working furiously: making money, reaching goals, working on giving your families the best planning and mobilizing yourself for success.
But little do you realize that by being too caught up with work, you gradually forget the reasons why you work: your family.
Sure, you work to earn lots of money for them, but when was the last time with your kids, or your mom and dad, or your friends?
Here are a few tips to help you, the workaholic, refocus and get the best out of life and keep you healthy and alive in the long run too!
If you are showing physical symptoms of overstress, it’s time to take action:
Don’t rely on quick pick-me-ups like caffeine and alcohol. These may make you feel better temporarily but won’t get to the root of the problem.
Make it a point to get at least eight hours of sleep and plenty of rest.
While food has substitutes in the form of natural medicines or artificial foods, there are no substitutes for seep and rest.