Creating a healthy equilibrium between your work and home life has been a common ambition for years, although a less clear-cut synthesis has been gaining popularity. But there is a more holistic modern alternative to aim for, says Josh Levs, writing for Strategy+Business.
A recent backlash against consciously splitting your time into professional and personal boxes, has given way to a fast-emerging work-life integration model. This focuses on allowing one (or multiple) areas of life – including work, home, family, community, personal wellbeing and health – to meld into each other more organically.
INTEGRATION VS BALANCE