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Is it getting harder to get up and go to work every day? Do you watch the clock when you're there, just waiting for the day to be over so you can leave?
You might be experiencing job burnout. It's not so uncommon. With heavier workloads impinging on time spent with family & friends - taking away a major support system - a lot of people are finding themselves disillusioned about work, and feeling like they're stuck on a never-ending treadmill.
The good thing is that you don't have to be stuck.
Experts at The Mayo Clinic recommend a number of strategies to rediscover the joy in your job - or find it elsewhere - ranging from discussing the situation with your supervisor to getting exercise.
Their guide to job burnout covers everything from hot to recognize it, what causes it, and how to fix it.
Here's the link.
And a positive thought borrowed from Bobby McFerrin: "Don't worry. Be happy."
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