Before the time of turmoil and readjustment that was 2020, most of us spent a designated number of hours every day working jobs and then ideally left them behind once those working hours were over.
Now, with decreased commutes and increased virtual interaction due to the pandemic, work-life integration is one of the leading lifestyles for tackling day-to-day priorities.
“Work-life integration is, at its best, a way to help individuals both improve their well-being and enhance their performance at work,” says Stephanie Harrison, founder and CEO of The New Happy, and an expert in well-being and lasting behavioral change.
“I personally define work-life integration as a constantly-evolving, self-determined way of living that allows you to engage as your best self in the various parts of your life — like your home, your community, and of course, your work.”
While the idea of blending your work and personal life may appear unwieldy, it doesn’t have to be as overwhelming as it seems. Courtney Sommer brings you tips and best practices to establish a new system where your work and personal life are not at odds, but flow together to create steadiness in your day.
Learn more about how you can begin the process of integrating work and your personal life in the video above.