What’s the right balance between work and non-work time? The traditional 9-5 has slowly disappeared with the emails and zoom and texting going far beyond traditional business hours. We asked members of our community to share with us how they think about work-life balance.

Adam Pacheco | Film Mastering Engineer/photographer/music producer

Since 2020, I have transitioned to working from from home. I work as a Film Mastering Engineer and use to have to commute to the film studios everyday. Being remote allowed me to move back to Colorado and really gave me the freedom to take back some personal time and enjoy the places and people around me. I think it’s important to have a separation from work and life. Read more>>

Levi Harris | Professional Mustache Competitor/CEO of Vintage Grooming Company/Death Grip

Stop chasing the ubiquitous illusion of work/life balance!!! Start working toward being Fully present, Fully engaged and Fully Alive in ALL of Life. (Spoiler alert work is part of Life. Start being the best version of yourself in all aspects of Life) Read more>>

Devin Keopraphay | Chef/Owner

Like many chefs, I’ve always been addicted to work. The constant pursuit of perfection, endless hours of research & development, living the chef motto of “first one in, last one to leave”. After becoming a father, I realized how much more precious my time became. I was no longer on a pursuit of perfection but in pursuit of happiness Something I couldn’t achieve behind a stove, stuck behind kitchen doors. Becoming the best parent possible was my only concern. Hence why I chose to leave nights and move to focusing my business on brunch. Read more>>