Thursday, April 24, 2008
An interesting article in the Sydney Morning Herald by Lucinda Schmidt looks at the importance of knowing when you've done enough shedworking and you should go and do something else instead. Most of the piece is an interview with life-work balance expert Linda Duxbury who says she works 55 to 60 hours a week but has strict rules to separate her work and family life, never working at weekends or holidays, taking regular long weekends with her family, never using a BlackBerry or mobile phone and never answering calls during dinner. Although she doesn't say anything about lunch. Well worth a browse.
Posted by alex johnson at 9:09 AM