On the Importance of a Healthy Work-Life Balance


The more time I spend on the internet, the more I’m convinced that there is no such thing as work-life balance.

Work and life are not two separate things. You can’t have a balanced diet and then eat only food from one of the major food groups (dairy, meat, fruits, vegetables, etc.). And you can’t have a balanced life and then spend all your time working.

Work and play are both essential to being human. As Steve Jobs said: “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.”

One of the most common challenges facing successful people is a lack of work-life balance. While it’s easy to blame employers for having unreasonable expectations, the reality is that you are the only one who has control over your career.

If you want a better work-life balance, there are ways to achieve it without quitting your job or sabotaging your career. Here are some tips on how to set healthy boundaries between your professional life and your personal life:

Set clear expectations with your employer and co-workers. Most people would prefer not to be called or emailed after hours. Talk with your boss about what’s expected during off-hours and away time. If you have a colleague who frequently asks for after-hours work, explain the situation to your boss and ask for help in setting boundaries.

Unplug from work during nonworking hours. Turn off all devices while you’re at home unless they’re needed for family communication or emergencies. Set aside specific times when you’ll respond to work emails and texts, and don’t check them outside those times. Don’t take calls from colleagues or clients outside of normal working hours unless it’s an emergency or previously scheduled call, such as a conference call with people in different time zones; if so, let them

def is_leap(year):

leap = False

if year % 4 == 0:

if year % 100 == 0:

if year % 400 == 0:

leap = True

else:

leap = False

else:

leap = True

else:

leap = False

return leap

year = int(input())

print(is_leap(year))

year=2020

if year%4==0:

print(“this is leap year”)

else:

print(“this is not a leap year”)

Leap year program in Python:

def is_leap(year):

return year % 4 == 0 and (year % 400 == 0 or year % 100 != 0)


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