Our community is filled with hard-working, high achieving entrepreneurs and creatives and so work-life balance is a complicated, but highly relevant topic. We’ve shared some responses from the community about work life balance and how their views have evolved over time below.

Kimi Fadick | Wedding & Portrait Photographer

alance. I remember when I became a new mom 5 years ago and a question I would often ask older and more experienced moms at the park was, “how do you balance everything?” Most of them didn’t have the answer, and would just tell me it’s so hard. So I was left to figure this one out by myself. Read more>>

Austen Brinker | Fungus Farmer

When you first start any business you’re most likely going to be spending too much time working and not enough playing, hoping in the end its all worth it. The good thing with the mushroom business is it’s seasonal so durning the winter I get a lot more free time for snowboarding and other extra curricular activities. Read more>>

Savannah Bohlin | Multi-Clair Psychic, Spiritual Business Woman, Peruvian-Trained Medicine Woman

I used to have little to no boundaries, and would put my clients first. I now know how that not only doesn’t serve me; it doesn’t serve anyone I’m meant to facilitate with – from Instagram followers to VIP 1:1s. Now, I am devoted, and rededicated everyday to putting myself first; it’s the least selfish thing I can do. Read more>>