Tag: Rebecca Schaeffer

"Are You Addicted to Busyness? Take the Busyness Test." Illustrated Bee Graphic

Are You Addicted to Busyness? Take the Busyness Test.

As a culture, we’ve actually normalized and even praised our common addiction to busyness. We expect successful people to be busy, so we present a persona of busyness in order to be perceived as successful.

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Understanding Why You Are Addicted to Busyness

In our previous Leadership Girl post on being Addicted to Busyness, we explored the first step toward tackling your Addiction to Busyness – by eliminating tasks on your to-do list that you find draining instead of energizing. The next step in overcoming this addiction to busyness is examining why we, as individuals, feel the need to stay busy.

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Addicted to Busyness? Just Say No.

In our faced paced, 24/7 culture, Addicted to Busyness Syndrome (ATBS) has become an unspoken epidemic, most commonly among women. Not only does our society put these expectations on us, but we also set unreasonably high expectations for ourselves.

Does the Fear of Missing Out Make You Anxious?

~by Rebecca Schaeffer~ Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) is a constant, underlying concern for always living life to the fullest, so as not to miss out on possible opportunities, experiences or connections. It can manifest as debilitating indecision, based on a fear that taking action in one direction will eliminate other possible outcomes. It can…
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