Take back control

Nowadays work is more likely to invade our leisure and home time. Yet keeping our working and personal lives in balance is vital for our physical and mental health. This programme helps you achieve that balance, giving you the tools to cope with mixed and multiple priorities so that you can get the best of both worlds.


How can you get Work Life Balance right?

It is important that we maintain a conscious balance between work and personal life. By not over-focusing on one and neglecting the other. And by making time for ourselves. This balance is less to do with a 50/50 split and more to do with how we choose to use the time we have. Striking a healthy balance means being flexible enough to cope when work or personal life demands dramatic change or focus. And being willing to adjust to one or the other when necessary. This programme will help you to question your existing habits and take back control.

Our
solution:

  •   Designed by psychologists
  •   Tailored to each person
  •   Action-based programme
  •   Improves productivity
  •   Reduces stress

How it works

Designed by our psychologists, this programme is built on the pillars that constantly vie for our attention and prevent us from getting the balance right. During the sign up process we will ask you a number of questions that relate to these pillars. Then we will create your unique programme, personalised to you, to help you become more aware of your current behaviours and to manage your time more effectively. As with all Do Something Different programmes you will learn through doing: a series of Do’s (positive actions designed to disrupt your regular habits) will help you to challenge your priorities and enjoy a more fulfilling life.

The
benefits:

  •   Setting limits
  •   Time Management
  •   Socialisation
  •   Self-care
  •   Enjoyment
  •   Relaxation
  •   Perspective
  •   Taking breaks

"Life is
what happens
to you while
you’re busy
making other
plans"

John Lennon

10.4

million days lost due to
work related stress in the UK