Work life balance or more income, what do you choose?

If you find it difficult to decide between more income and work life balance, you are certainly not alone. This is the problem of the majority of people who want to have a career, to develop their professional life, to earn proportionally to their efforts, but also struggle to have a normal family life.
Have you ever noticed that your level of creativity increases significantly when you are relaxed? Great ideas don’t come up when you are stressed and don’t know how to handle your task list. When you enjoy your activity and when you have time to relax, your creativity increases and you have better results at work. In addition to being more creative, you are more productive as well and ironically, you make more money.

It’s a reality that most people need to work hard to get more money and be able to provide more for their family, but there are others who sacrifice their family life and spare time for a sophisticated car, a backyard pool or a vacation that most people dare not think about. But do all these worth the sacrifice? What’s the use of having all these if you don’t have time to enjoy them and what’s the point of missing out on the childhood of your loved ones? Children are happier when they receive more attention from their parents and when they spend more time with them. Also, it was demonstrated that children who don’t receive everything they want from their parents are more responsible and resourceful.
Life is all about savoring moments. Some things happen once in a lifetime and if you don’t enjoy them at that moment you lose them forever. These important moments of your life fill you with joy, make you confident and offer you the strength that you need. Your personal life offers you satisfactions that help you in your professional life. Your productivity and creativity increase when you aren’t stressed. Those persons who focus only on their professional life can be successful, but one day their frustrations and problems will interfere with their work. You can’t hide forever behind your career and expect that nothing will affect you unless it is related to your work. Working non-stop is not in the least a long term solution. It drains your energy, takes your creativity away and makes a routine that you will eventually hate. No matter what you do, equilibrium is paramount.
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