photo of a woman's hands typing on a keyboardFor many journalists, the profession is an identity, not just a job, writes Wudan Yan (@wudanyan) for Poynter. But that can lead too easily to burnout as writers feel driven to catch each news cycle and work nights and weekends, often for low pay and with poor job security. Yan explores the idea of journalism as a calling and explains how she learned over the past 18 months to change the way she works to protect her wellbeing. Photo via Wikimedia Commons