Don’t let people bully you into work-life balance
Lauren Holliday

Call me sexist, and you won’t be the first by a stretch, but seeing women agonize over this “work-life balance” thing always strikes me as more than a little privileged, to the point of narcissism. For most men I have known, any question of balance was off the table even while they walked away from the altar: work, was a man’s whole raison d’etre, and this “life” thing was to consist of whatever honeydo role was assigned to him in his “spare” time by the head of the household, which no family man I ever met, was.

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