Prioritizing Social Time as Part of a Healthy Work-Life Routine

Prioritizing Social Time as Part of a Healthy Work-Life Routine.

As professionals, we often prioritise our work over everything else, and it’s easy to forget the importance of taking time to socialise and let our hair down with friends and colleagues. This is especially true for women who often find themselves juggling multiple responsibilities at once. It was a real pleasure to catch up after work with Stoyanka Stylianaki, CFA, ACCA over G&T’s.

In a world where the lines between work and personal life are increasingly blurred, it’s more important than ever to carve out time for socialising and unwinding with friends and colleagues who share similar goals and interests.

By building strong social connections with other women, we not only create a supportive community, but we also open ourselves up to new opportunities for personal and professional growth.

Whether it’s catching up over a gin and tonic after work or attending a networking event together, taking the time to connect with other women in our field can help us stay motivated, inspired, and energised. And let’s face it, we all need a break from work every once in a while!

So, to all the women out there juggling demanding careers and busy lives and the men too! Don’t forget to make time for the important things in life, like catching up with friends and colleagues over a drink. It’s a small investment that can yield big dividends in terms of personal and professional fulfillment. So, here’s to balancing work with social time, letting our hair down, and supporting one another along the way. Cheers to a healthy work-life routine!


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