10 Tips to Navigate Work-Life Harmony During the Holidays: A Guide for Perinatal Professionals as 2023 Comes to an End

As we approach the end of the year, the demands on perinatal health professionals, including doulas, midwives, and lactation consultants, remain as critical as ever.

Balancing the needs of birthing and postpartum individuals with your own well-being and family life can be a challenging task, but achieving a harmonious work-life balance is essential for sustained success and personal fulfillment. Here are 10 tips to help you navigate the delicate balance between your professional and personal life as the year draws to a close:

  1. Define Clear Business Hours: Establishing clear business hours not only helps you manage client expectations but also allows you to set boundaries for your work. Communicate these hours to your clients and stick to them as closely as possible. This helps create a sense of structure and predictability for both you and your clients.

Practical Tip: Turn on your out-of-office messaging on emails, post your office hours on social media,  website, and front...

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