It may seem counter-intuitive, but focusing on becoming more well-rounded will help, not hurt. "It's perfectly OK if your job is not giving you one hundred percent all around life fulfillment," Blake says. "Let's take the pressure off."
Finding more time for hobbies are a great way to get your mind off of the negatives coming from work.
"Ideally get outside, maybe even get exercise or express yourself creatively," she says.
Having a hobby could even give you an assist at work.
"They're often one of the most effective ways to come up with those 'aha' moments that will inform your pivot or your projects that you're working on," she says.
The career strategist says she found yoga helpful during her own career plateau a few years ago.