When you are working and you have a family to look after, priorities often shift. While some may think that success in the workplace equates to success at home – many high flyers would disagree.
While of course, financial security has a part to play in being happy, concentrating your efforts on money and success over your family isn’t likely to make you happy in the long run.
Sacrificing time with loved ones to earn more money and provide amazing holidays/material possessions may feel like the right thing to do, but often what your children want more than the latest games console or a trip to Disneyland is time with you.
If you are struggling to maintain a healthy work-life balance, take a look at the following tips: