Scientists are often passionate about their research, and frequently work long hours. However, it is not necessary to become a workaholic to be a good scientist. If you attempt to accomplish too many tasks simultaneously, the most likely outcome is that you will be overwhelmed in the forlorn hope of ‘catching up’. Here is some advice on how to better manage your time as a scientist, based on our experience as scientists and supervisors.
Take a look at this blog from Nature Careers by clicking here to find top tips for time management as an early career researcher: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00973-6