Let the Day End at the End of the Day

10 thoughts on “Let the Day End at the End of the Day”

  1. Such important advice. I’ve often had jobs that I had to take home with me — that were more “set-your-own-hours” jobs which had a tendency to bleed into all times of my life. Now, though, I have a job that allows me to leave it at the office when I leave — and I love it! I am trying to be more mindful of taking the time during my commute to put things aside, to give myself a break and let any problems of the day wash away from me — it’s so important to do!

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    1. I totally get that. I work a job with long, but exact hours. When I am done, I am done. My girlfriend is salary and while she has more flexibility she tends to always be “on the clock”. Her work never ends. I was thinking of her, and people like her, when I wrote this. I am trying to get her to put up a little boundary between work and the rest of her life. As you said, it is very important to do!

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  2. Thank you for this – especially the mention of a logbook. I’d never thought nor heard of it before, but it perfectly suits my personality of recent times.

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