The Coronavirus has given many us an opportunity to pause and think about life, our purpose, and even the right work life balance. What’s your perspective and has it changed over time?

Ali Hooten | Illustrator & Surface Designer

Over time, my perspective on a work life balance has radically changed. I no longer think of work and life being two separate entities. Work and life are so completely intertwined that I consider it all life. Work is part of life, at least, for me it is. I have always valued spending time outdoors, albeit not growing up in Colorado where it is a nearly ubiquitous value, I was fortunate enough to have access to outdoor spaces growing up. Read more>>

Daniel Lozada | Portrait Photographer

That’s probably one of the most important things I try to keep in check. I don’t like the feeling of being constantly overwhelmed with burnout. I think the perception amongst many photographers is that if you’re not burning yourself out then you aren’t working hard enough. I don’t think I’ve ever felt the the burnout I see people humble bragging about on social media, Read more>>

Carly Howard | Small Business Owner & Musician

I am a mama of two young kids – ages 1 and 6 and a business owner. This question seems very relevant in my life right now! I think I was always good at balancing work and life before kids but now it’s an absolute priority of mine. I want to give my family the best parts of me, and not just the “leftover me” that is tired from emails, meetings, and bartending. Read more>>

Daniela Girod | Stay at home mom & digital creator

It is said that Balance is the key to success, but let’s be honest, we all struggle with it one way or another. I’m Daniela, an army wife and a stay-at-home mom to one sweet little boy. I personally, have been walking through motherhood, wifehood, while also trying to accomplish some personal goals that I can be proud of. Read more>>