"If I could have it my way, I’d watch Netflix all day. But after a day-long binge like that, I feel guilty about not having done much with my day."
Saying yes to everything is often seen as the key to success, but no job is worth losing your sense of self over.
Adopt a casual relationship to laundry. Maintain a fuzzy, antagonistic relationship with rules. Do only what you absolutely must to scrape by.
The symptoms can feel exactly alike, but the causes—and treatments—are very different. Here’s how to tell.
If you can't quit everything, try taking a small reprieve from the onslaught of daily life.
It’s not fair that work causes burnout, but that makes it even more important to get clear on our own limits.
Burnout is real, and it's brutal. But maybe it can be stopped. Greg McKeown speaks to VICE about how his new book, 'Effortless,' can help.
As we slowly regain normalcy, we’re working, partying and “revenge travelling” harder than ever before to make up for lost time.
An expert explains why I—and many around me—don't feel like stepping out even when we can.