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?

Tricia Auten | Founder, Pretty Hunter

This is probably the single most impactful factor that has driven my business through all of the curves we have endured and concurred. In my opinion, balance could certainly a subjective concept, one person’s ‘balance’ may not be another’s ideal ‘balance’. My balance consists of managing the company and raising a family, and health of course. Read more>>

Abigail Biegert | Freelance Art Director / Graphic Designer

My work life balance has grown and evolved over the years and is still changing to this day. I have three kids 5 and under so I’ve learned how to manage my time extremely well in order to achieve a work life balance. I have figured out now in my early 30’s about what truly matters, what needs my attention, what’s pressing and what can wait until next week or month. Read more>>

Melissa LaCome-Schinbeckler | Event Producer + Adventure Seeker

I cringe when I hear the words work life balance. I grew up in a home where working, doing something every hour of the day to provide for your family and work towards professional goals were considered balancing life’s demands. I watched my father work day and night to provide for our family and my mother do the same to raise us. Read more>>