Set a Weekly Rhythm to Avoid Burnout

Being able to fly by the seat of your pants is an attribute that spontaneous people love. Unfortunately, it is also a common cause of stress, chronic fatigue, and burnout. Working without a schedule can place unnecessary stress on entire families, which can easily be avoided without having to lose your love of spontaneity.

Every week has a rhythm. It is generally accepted that Monday is the first day of the week, and that the week ends on Sunday. Some calendars based in certain religious faiths claim Sunday to be the beginning of the week. No matter where you begin or end your week, there is a rhythm and cycle that the week follows.

Within that week lies the plans for activities and various expectations that fall on you and your family. Sorting through those activities and expectations and finding a designated day of the week for them can help reduce stress and burnout.

Let’s take a look:

Everyone expects certain activities to be on the to-do list. Items like work, school, and...

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