Additionally, my diet has also suffered as I have spent more time at work.
No longer do I have the time to prepare healthy meals at home or even worse; I sometimes do not have time to eat at all.
He also translated several Polish writers, among them Stanisław Lem, Andrzej Stasiuk, Marek Huberath, and Paweł Huelle, and edited, for Harcourt Brace, several American writers, among them Jonathan Lethem, Ursula K.
Although it's all about you, it really isn’t if you want to get your point across with good effect.
3rd person, addressing a general situation Increasing workloads tax both physical and mental health.
Unless a person is in a physically-intensive profession, a body will waste away with inactivity.
Additionally, your diet also suffers as you spend more time at work.
No longer [do you] have the time to prepare healthy meals at home or even worse, you may not have time to eat at all.
I recommend that you not look on the question of using “I” in an academic paper as a matter of a rule to follow, as part of a political agenda (see Webb), or even as the need to create a strategy to avoid falling into Scylla-or-Charybdis error.
Let the first-person singular be, instead, a tool that you take out when you think it’s needed and that you leave in the toolbox when you think it’s not.