A host of factors, developments, and dynamics have made most industries more competitive than ever. As a result so many of us wonder whether there is still such a thing as work-life balance. We reached out to the community to hear perspectives on finding the right balance.
Angela Bell | Editor & Author Publicist
As someone who has been working from home long before Covid-19 hit, I understand how difficult it is to achieve your personal goals if there is no proper work/life balance. I managed to get a handle on my own work and life balance by creating routines and schedules for myself and keeping to them. Otherwise, I’d likely be in complete chaos because I am a naturally scattered person. Read more>>
Dr. Joyce M. Gilliard, DPC | Filmmaker, Hair Designer, Author and Founder of iSAFE! TV & FiLM, LLC
My work life balance has changed from when I first started in my career, until now. I have learned through trial and error the importance of balancing your life, career and family time. The things that meant alot to me when I was younger starting out, had shifted as I became more seasoned in my career. I think about how I can hustle and strive to make things work, as well as finding time for myself at the end, instead of going from one project to another. I break it up. Read more>>
Woody Aime | Business Owner
In the beginning stages of starting my business, I worked around the clock; countless hours, six sometimes seven days a week. It didn’t seem as much though. Not to sound so cliché but I loved what I was doing and loved the process so it really didn’t seem as work to me. All nighters were a regular thing. The times I was able to get some free time I was either catching up on sleep or hanging out. Unknowingly, my personal relationships at the time were the ones being neglected. Read more>>