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Work/Life Balance: Go Offline This Valentine’s Day

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For many small business owners, the challenge of running a business while still having enough time for friends and family can be a struggle. Some experts debate the very concept of “work/life balance,” but there are also plenty of advantages to unplugging for a while and spending time connecting with your loved ones. This Valentine’s Day, we encourage you to go offline for a bit, and engage with the people in your life. It will remind you why you work so hard in the first place, and may offer a host of other benefits, such as:

Happy Valentine’s Day from the team at RingCentral. Now unplug yourself and go spend some time with the people you love. In the meantime, we’ll keep all your messages safe, and ready for when you come back.

Originally published Feb 14, 2017, updated Aug 12, 2020

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