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?

Caitlin Moore | Singer & Voice Teacher

Work life balance is a topic that is near and dear to my heart. Often in business, academia, and music, “hustle” at the expense of all else is glorified. Read more>>

Cassie Schmidt | Creative Business Coach

In the first few years of entrepreneurship, work life balance didn’t exist for me. My competitive nature (with myself and others) had me so obsessed with “success” that I didn’t care what I had to give up to get there… Read more>>

Winter Clark | Embodiment Coach & Business Amplifier

Work life balance has shifted greatly over the years as my business has gone through different iterations and growth spurts. Read more>>

Ashley Meyers | Esthetician & Wax Specialist

I think almost everyone can agree that taking your work issues home with you once you’ve clocked out is fowl beyond reasoning. Oh boy, then working weekends…yuck! Read more>>

Regina Dyerly | Partner/Chief Operating Officer

Early in my career, I did not set any boundaries. I was always on and I felt like I needed to be. As I have progressed in my career and in my life, the need to have down time and to be present in my life became a necessity. Read more>>

Michael Flores | Regional Sales Manager Brady Corporation

Hi. As I become more experienced in work life balance, change comes with the territory. Being in the industry of life safety is demanding but so is my family. To me, nothing is more important than family. Read more>>

Natalie Starr | Outdoor/Lifestyle Photographer

This is a hard lesson that I think only gets learned while you’re growing. When I first started working for myself, all I did was work. In fact, I don’t know if I even took a vacation for quite a few years. Read more>>

Niki Hendriks | Owner, IMAGE Studios Arvada & Hair Stylist

Balance has to be one of the most difficult targets to hit, in my opinion. Im blessed with a husband, 3 children and 2 businesses of my own so we are in a constant state of movement with balance always in mind. Read more>>

Madison Maestre | Founder + Owner

Work life balance has been a huge topic recently. It seems like more and more the “girl boss hustle” is phasing out – it’s less and less glamorous to be working yourself non-stop. Read more>>

Kayla Vice South Denver Metro REALTOR® | I am a REALTOR® in the South Denver Metro who specializes in Relocations & helping manage a cross country move.

I think when people think of traditional work/life balance it’s that they can be able to leave their work at work, and have nightstand weekends &, maybe a couple weeks off to “live their life”. Read more>>

Ashley Stewart | Interim College Ministry Director, the Annex Boulder

The nature of ministry is very human and heart centered, thus it is difficult to set boundaries. Historically, I have experienced very unhealthy cycles of burnout and fatigue because I believed the lie that I didn’t have time to take a break or rest. Read more>>

Brinkley Messick | Artist and Trail Builder

I guess for me the line between work and life has always seamed blurry, I like it that way, it is vindication that I’m doing something right. Read more>>

Chana R. | Personal Care & Wellness Provider

How I view a work-life balance has changed over the years. Balance summarized by definition is to be of equal proportion or in a steady position. However, as we glide through life and as we get older with more responsibilities; Read more>>