Avoid Burnout With These Small Changes

Avoid burnout in a law department? Pshaw. Most law firm associates think of in-house life as Sunshine, rainbows and the occasional Unicorn. The reality is that most in-house counsel work as hard, if not harder, than their Biglaw counterparts. “The client is calling from inside the building!” is commonplace. We’ve posted about this before, but here are some more tips on how lawyers of all stripes can avoid burnout:

“‘Workplace burnout is real. I know, because I’ve been there, and I know most others have as well at some point or another. Thrive Global’s Arianna Huffington is no different. She’s on a mission to fix what she deems a “culture of burnout,” after her own collapse from exhaustion in 2007. Huffington rightly says, “When we take care of ourselves, we are more effective, we are more creative and we are more successful in a broad definition of the word.'”

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