Turns out it's not just about working fewer hours.
We’re only a few weeks into the new year and the holidays feel like a distant memory.
And if you’re feeling more stressed, depressed or anxious than ever at work, then don’t worry: you’re not alone.
Last year nearly half a million people reported mental or physical problems as a result of their job – costing the economy 11.7m lost days of work.
How do we regain better control of our lives in a world demanding more and more of us? Well, it’s might not be just about working fewer hours.
In partnership with Cass Business School and City University, Paul Flaxman shares some practical advice on finding a better work-life balance.
Adam Westbrook is Associate Editor of The Memo’s Creative section. He’s an independent video artist, filmmaker, and occasional lecturer in journalism and production.