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Combat Workplace Burnout by Setting Better Boundaries

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Why not work seven days a week? I thought. So I did.Despite putting in more hours, I wasn’t getting more done or doing my existing work more effectively.

Life was one big blur, with . What did I even accomplish today? I wondered. According to a study from researchers at Stanford University, productivity  after 55 hours—and I was far exceeding that.I know I’m not alone in this experience.

Our society is steeped in hustle culture. We applaud those who “rise and grind” — the ones who work 40-plus hours a week, never take any paid time off, and exist on coffee and (vomit) energy drinks.

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