Are you exhausted from trying to fit all of your plans together? Do you often find it difficult to balance your personal life with your volunteer work? That just means you haven’t learned to draw a line where it’s needed.
📍 SO THEY AVOID LOSING THEMSELVES WHILE HELPING OTHERS.
✅ CHOOSE YOUR OPTIONS.
You can’t always jump from one program to another, because that will cause you to spend a lot of time doing everything that may not have the desired effect.
If you often don’t know what to do or what not to do, create a relevance table and prioritize them so you can focus on what’s important.
✅ FIND YOURSELF NOT DOING EVERYTHING.
Yes, you want to help a lot of people and love to impact people’s lives, but you can’t have your hand in every area. You should focus on the areas where your strengths lie and do your best there.
If teaching is your strength, volunteer to be an educator and do well.
✅ TAKE BREAKS.
After you organize your working and volunteering life, you should also schedule rest time. Because while work is good, rest is important. Breaks help you recover and maintain your performance.
As a volunteer, you need to be in top shape, and you can’t achieve that if you burn out easily.
So take care of yourself and balance your work.