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?
Anirays Camino | Creative Business Developer & CEO
One of the things we, as entrepreneur moms are always mortified about is definitely Balance. Because when you’re so passionate about what you do, your personal life just becomes your business and the rest of the people see you as a workaholic. And let me go deeper on that; I’m a photographer and part of my job, as an artist is editing images. BUT if we go on vacations I will also work on my kid’s beautiful portraits that I just took or work on the light of the landscaping, seeing it as a potential photograph I can hang on my living room. Read more>>
Natasha Wong | Personal Chef
I believe in any career you must have balance for your piece of mind – a little ying to your yang. As a private chef, the needs of my clients almost always come before my own. I have worked in restaurants, food trucks, private homes and everything in between. The recurring theme for my career has been to love what you do, how you do it and where you do it! Read more>>
Martin Bejerano | Musician & Assoc. Professor of Music
Work/life balance has been one of the most important elements in influencing my choices in my career as a musician. It’s something that acts kind of like a pendulum, where I try to keep it in the middle most of the time, but sometimes it needs to swing a little more one way or the other. Read more>>