It's Monday. You've come off a great weekend. Maybe you gathered with your family for a seder or had a fabulous Easter brunch and egg hunt. Now, you walk into work jazzed confronting the week with enthusiasm. But your good mood quickly erodes as the day drags, the work piles up, and the reality hits that you may miss dinner with the kids. Again.
What do you do? Are you comfortable leaving your office at a reasonable hour and resigning to get the unfinished work done tomorrow? Do you worry about what others will think if you leave at 6 p.m.?
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is familiar with the funny, uncertain feeling that comes with checking out soon after 5:00 to be with family. Although she used to worry about what others thought of her departure time, she has finally reached a point where she can take off at 5:30 p.m. without the lingering concern of how others are perceiving her, according to The Jane Dough, aMashable publishing partner.