So many of us get into the habit of overdoing it. Maybe we find ourselves staying late at the office every day and getting there first thing in the morning; or taking on an extra side job because we’re all about the hustle. Maybe overdoing it for you means never saying “sorry, I don’t have time” when asked to contribute to x,y, and z. We’re here to debunk the idea that if you don’t answer that email while off the clock or skip out on that dinner party early, that you’re not “putting in the hours”. In a go, go, go world it’s important to take stock in how you feel both mentally and physically every once in a while. Switching up your daily routine to incorporate more of what makes you feel good and connected to your own body and health, has been shown to make us better at work, better at parenting, better at, well, everything. But it all starts with committing to a little “me time”.