You don't have to work less hard, just give yourself room to transition out of work at the end of the day.
Have an end-of-work habit. Sometimes your brain needs a signal to prepare you for time at home. It’s even better if this signal can help you decompress. Hit the gym, run, meditate, and other rituals. What helps you unwind? Find space in your schedule for this habit — particularly at the end of a long day at work — so when you return home you’re free of the baggage that’s built up throughout the day. Create a third space. When professionals have families, their lives can revolve around responsibilities at work and home. Busy executives run home to help with kids — changing nappies or shuttling kids to sport — or doing the things that keep a home running, like laundry, gardening, or cooking. But having a third space outside of work and home can help enormously with stress management.