|07-02-2010, 03:08 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2010
Having a life (sometimes)
How do you balance a workaholic lifestyle with freetime? I do want to work hard but i dont want to burn out.
Please discuss this in detail ITT.
I wish my question was more objective but I'm not in my career yet, I'm a student...
|07-02-2010, 05:33 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
When I was in university, I was one of the top students (Dean's List for Academic Excellence etc etc). At the same time, I was editor of the campus newspaper; captain of the varsity chess team; I acted in a musical; co-wrote a play; organised various drama-related activities for freshmen; ran competitively AND wrote a manuscript that was shortlisted for a national award (the manuscript has since become an actual book).
And also had time for a romantic relationship with a pretty young thing (that relationship has now transformed into my marriage - not so young now, but still pretty ).
Now I am working in a job which most people would regard as highly demanding (I'm a lawyer in an investment bank), but I think you would be surprised at how many things I manage to do, outside of work.
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