We all work very hard. Teachers, engineers, business owners, stay-at-home parents. Even if we love the work we do, becoming burnt out is a real possibility. This New York Times article provides useful strategies for avoiding burnout, recognizing when it has occurred, and remedying it once it occurs. In all the work we do for others, we must not neglect our own health and happiness.

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