Top Tips from HBR – Harvard Business Review

Establish an Evening Routine to Put the Workday Behind You

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It can be tough to leave work behind when you go home for the day, but having a routine can help. Before you leave the office, make a short phone call, sign a document, or respond to an email. This way you’ll end your day on a positive note of completion, and you’ll have one less thing to do the following morning. Then do a specific action that symbolizes the end of your workday. It might be locking your office door, turning off your computer, or calling home to say you’re leaving work. Each night, treat this action as the equivalent of clocking out with a timesheet, and remind yourself that it’s time to shift your mental state away from work. Having a routine like this helps you create a psychological barrier between work and home.

From “How to Let Go at the End of the Workday,” by Deborah Bright

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