4. When “perfect” balance is unattainable — for example at exam time, a busy rotation or before a deadline — make caring for yourself a priority by designating time for sleep, exercise and relaxation.
5. Visit your own physician to make sure you are taking care of your own health.
6. Talk to a friend or a counselor if you feel powerless to change a situation making you unhappy.
7. Find a mentor or role model who can give advice on career development, time management and setting priorities.
Next up: Are you working “smart?”