7 Best Resources for Being a Healthy and Happy Lawyer

By Law Firm Suites - January 6, 2017
7 Best Resources for Being a Healthy and Happy Lawyer

Want to ensure you’re a healthy and happy lawyer? These articles can help you do just that!

The title of “lawyer” indicates a career that can be rewarding and very lucrative; however, it can also come with great stress and an unpredictability.

We’ve gathered our favorite articles to help you keep your health and happiness in mind so so continue what you do best!

1.  To Avoid Solo Attorney Burnout, Make Time for Family

It is easy for solo lawyers to work all the time. There is always something that needs to be done, whether you’re handling client matters or business development. However, spending too much time working is not only unhealthy but also counterproductive. Discover how one solo lawyer makes time to relax and unplug with his family, without neglecting the demands of his practice.

2.  5 Simple Ways Lawyers Can Improve Their Productivity

As a lawyer, time is your most valuable asset. It is literally how you make your living. Thus by improving your productivity, you are making money more efficiently. Follow the tips in this article to increase your productivity and stop working from sunup to sundown seven days a week.

3.  6 Tips To Stay Fit At Your Firm

The work lives of lawyers don’t typically align with those of a healthy lifestyle. Long hours of stressful work, constantly sitting and eating quick (and relatively unhealthy) meals can quickly put you out of shape. But just because you’re a lawyer doesn’t mean you are required to lead an unhealthy life. Follow the advice in this article to learn how you can make staying healthy a priority, while still getting your work done.

4.  Your Law Firm is Making You Fat and Unhealthy

With the flexibility of being a solo lawyer, you would think that it is easier for them to make time to exercise and stay healthy. But that isn’t always the case. Lawyers are particularly susceptible to unhealthy lifestyle choices. This article offers easy tips from self-employed lawyers who have made healthy living a priority, so you can get your health back on track.

5.  On-the-go lawyer’s guide to keeping fit and healthy (podcast with transcript)

There is a common misconception that lawyers are too busy to consistently exercise. While lawyers are typically busy people, there is still time to exercise throughout the week. Listen to this podcast or read the transcript to learn how not only will you feel better after working out, but your productivity will improve as well.

6.  5 Habits of Small Firm Lawyers Who Find Time for Themselves

Taking time for yourself is an essential part of running a solo practice. It reduces stress and increases productivity once you return. We have put together a list of the things you can do to make taking time off a priority and run a more successful law practice.

7.  Healthy Living: Eating Right in the Office Health Tips for Lawyers

Snacking and pour meal choices at work play a large role in your overall health. But just because you are a busy attorney and strapped for time, doesn’t mean your diet has to take less of a priority. Follow the tips in this article to discover simple ways you can improve your health by changing your eating habits while at work.
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