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Do You Get Your Work Email On Your Smartphone?

Do you need to check your work email when you are at home or while away from work? If that is the case, do you need to turn your work laptop on and log in to check your emails?

This can be a hassle if you are busy over the weekend running errands, and need to find time to log in to your work account just to check emails.

After considering it for a long time, I finally set up my new iPhone X to access my work emails. I was quite hesitant to do so, as I wonder if having access to my work emails in my pocket all the time would make me feel tied to work all the time — evenings and weekends too.

I have had this for a couple of weeks now, and I must say it’s been a pleasant surprise. I don’t check my work email all the time, and when I am expecting a reply, I can quickly check my email from my phone quickly, and respond if needed. It also gives me the ability to let people at work know if I am stuck in traffic and running late, or if there is some change in plan. Being able to check my calendar for my meetings the next day is another convenience that I get.

When I used to check my work emails only from my laptop, it would be typically once or twice during the weekend, and sometimes that made me anxious: what if there was something that needed a quick reply? Until I found some time to log in to my PC and check my emails, I would keep thinking about it.

But now, I quickly check my emails on my smartphone, and most of the time, there isn’t anything that needs my attention. So that makes me feel more relaxed, and I enjoy my free time a lot more.

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