There's a lot said and done about work/life balance: we log our times, we do the sums, we moan and groan, but one thing tends to go under-noticed. We view work/life balance in terms of time. This is just half the story. How much energy do you have when you get home? Are you spending your days off catching up with housework, shopping, paying bills and chores in general? Is your day of rest a day of domestic toil? I'd guess that too often this is the case.
Work/life balance needs to be a balance of time and energy or else it's just a phrase.
Isle of Wight assisted digital pilot under the Government Digital Services Framework: A success story - Rob Jones writes about their experience in the Isle of Wight as they took part in the first project to be called on to bid for work under the Digital Train...
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