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October 5, 2014

The Monday-through-Friday, nine-to-five is a pipe dream.

For employees in “traditional” jobs — office jobs with set, weekday hours — today’s status quo of ever-connectedness means that work often creeps into personal life (and vice versa): We often find ourselves taking personal calls at work, or sneaking peeks at an oh-so-urgent Excel file on our phones in the middle of family movie night. And for employees without a set schedule — surgeons, entrepreneurs, entertainers and countless other dedicated professionals — the delicate balance of personal and work life is even more precarious.

In order to examine the rising trend of work-life “integration,” we spoke to professionals doing their best to master the juggling act (career, family, social life), health experts and family psychologists. We found, encouragingly, that it is actually possible. Below are a few tips on how to make the puzzle pieces fit together while maintaining your sanity.

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