We live in a world where we’re always ‘on’. From reaching for our phones first thing in the morning, to scrolling through social media feeds when we’re back in bed at night, we are fully connected. Many of us are now finding ourselves working from home during the pandemic, and for others we’re having to face the stressors of physically going into work and perhaps even taking on more shifts to support our colleagues. As a result the lines have become even more blurred, we're increasingly switched on and the balance is slowly disappearing.
If you’re finding yourself feeling exhausted and a little fed up, that’s normal right now, but for many, burnout is something that can be brought on by a number of chronic stressors over time, which eventually leave you with a lack of motivation and interest in very much, particularly work.