Finding balance is up to you

If you want a personal life, you need to set limits, communicate them to others and stick with them no matter what, writes Nathan Zeldes, a technology worker. "Actually, in the long run, you will probably deliver better and more output, because you'll be less stressed, more alive, more balanced," he writes.

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