Because most people are.
It happens all the time. When you’re playing with the kids. When you’re at the doctor. When all you want to do is fall asleep.
You can’t stop thinking about work.
Regardless of whether you hate your job, we’re a nation of workaholics. A recent survey from OnePoll, revealed the average American works four hours a week without pay, and spends another four hours each week just thinking about their job. Forty-eight percent (48%) thought of themselves as modern-day workaholics, while 53% were stressed out as they took the survey!
In the study, researchers found three main symptoms of workaholism. Let’s dig in.
You Worry About Work on a Day Off
You don’t have to work today. You’re doing errands, spending time with family and friends, maybe even binge watching a few episodes of your favorite Netflix shows. But you can’t stop thinking about an upcoming deadline, a spat with a co-worker, or what your schedule is for next week.
Overthinking like that can be a difficult to stop. However, one way to cope involves making lists. Before you take a day off, write down everything you need to do in the coming week. Then, if you’re …read more
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