Working longer hours and thinking about the office on the weekend? There's a way to 'quit' your job without losing your pay packet.
The concept of "quiet quitting" is growing in popularity and it's a rejection of work taking over your life.
"You're not outright quitting your job, but you're quitting the idea of going above and beyond," TikTokker @zkchillin explain in his video that's been viewed more than 2.6 million times.
"You're still performing your duties, but you're no longer subscribing to the hustle culture mentality that work has to be your life - the reality is, it's not and your worth as a person is not defined by your labour."
It could mean ignoring out-of-hours work calls and emails, or leaving the office, even if it's a work-from-home-office, on time.
It could also mean saying no to requests from your boss that aren't in your job description.
Fellow TikTokker @loewhaley agrees and tells her 2.4 million followers that: "I don't know who needs to hear this, but your paycheck stays the same whether you spend your weekend thinking, worrying about work or not".
The video has been views more than 3.5 million times.
And, it seems many of their followers agree and praise the idea of "quiet quitting".
"Setting boundaries with clients has been the best decision I ever made. I get sleep at night and am unbothered on weekends. The way it should be," one follower posted.
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Another said their motto of work since 2013 has become a "trend post pandemic".
"Never go above and beyond, you get more work, not more pay," they wrote.
Another posted: "I did this about a year ago after losing a job during COVID that I killed myself for. I never will again".
Not all agreed, with one writing: "Sounds like you're making your co-workers pick up your slack. Find a different job or occupation that you're passionate about".
And another posted: "Your paycheck will be the same for decades if you don't invest in yourself by working more then [sic] the nine-to-five graphic".
In a separate video that's been viewed 760,000 times, @loewhaley encourages her followers to leave time to play.
"We grew up being told to work hard, play hard, but as time went on we let go of play hard and replaced it with play later. Play when I have a day off, when I've made it, when I've retired," she says in the video.
"Somewhere along the way work became our now and play a part of an unpromised future."