Work-life balance is important. However, when you decide to work for yourself, you might be under the impression that you won’t be working long hours, that your stress levels will decrease and that you will have more time to spend with your nearest and dearest. But in the beginning that definitely won’t be the case. And it’s quite likely that initially, you’ll find yourself tired, feeling a little defeated and at risk of burnout.
Employees no longer want to work for a company just to get a paycheck. In fact, a recent survey by JUST capital found that nearly eight of 10 American workers would be willing to take lower pay if they felt that their company was “just.”
Even in 2019, women still get nervous to announce their pregnancy at work. Many feel that even if they don’t plan to take time out of the workplace to raise children, that their career will still be negatively affected. But that’s not always the case. You have options and many employers are making pregnancy and maternity leave easier than ever.
When you want to be a writer, it can start as just an idea or it can be an overwhelming dream or desire. If writing is a passion of yours and you’ve been trying to figure out where to start, this post is for you.