Benefits of Setting Healthy Boundaries For Your Home-Based Business

Joyful Life | Creative Career

Healthy boundaries in business are both good for us and our clients.

Without them, it can lead to toe-mashing, reason-offering, game-playing, elbow-jabs, arm-wrestling – and stress, and that last punk is no fun. It’s also a health risk, and as someone who has to intentionally keep migraines at bay since being accidentally hit with a bat at 15, stress is never to be placed on the guest list of your day unless you’re building physical muscle.

Most of us are aware of our predispositions and the prime environment (both physically and mentally) required to inspire us to get this or that done.

Whether you’re a ‘morning person’ or it takes you a while to face the day with zest…whether you warm up to people quickly or are more reserved at first…whether you have a tendency to be impatient or a knack for waiting well…whether you need a 9-minute nap…

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Indra is a blogger, singer/songwriter and publishing entrepreneur from Barbados who started a blog that now reaches 85 destinations. Joyful Life|Creative Career shares content management steps, refreshment reminders, and career interviews. After pressing pause on a life of travel, she started working (mostly) from home and now shares steps for others who are ready to reset the pace of their life for the better. As a teen, she almost gave up on life. Now as a woman saved by grace, she lives joyfully with purpose, encouraging the overwhelmed, helping clients get digitally organized and recording from her home studio. Follow 'Joy within' blog for firsthand updates on new posts, guest features and tropical vlogs.

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