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.

Julia Popova | The Artist

Before becoming an artist I studied a lot and spent a lot of time with my husband and friends. We often visited exhibitions, museums, theaters and traveled. But I seriously decided to pursue a career and become an artist, as my soul asked me to show my thoughts and ideas to the world. I wanted to become part of the global art community. To come to my style in art, I began to work hard, for the past three years. Read more>>

Kesa – Waikikse Ray-Johnson | Learning & Travel Consultant/Owner

If you really think about it, there really is no such thing as work life balance. It’s about choosing moments, people, things and items in general that you feel are important to you or at least are perceived as. Read more>>

Dean Ashley Bradshaw | CFO & Private Investor

I get asked this question a lot when people hear that I work 15 hour days. Hard work ethic seems to be frowned upon in today’s society, as the perception has that I neglect family time in favor of my work. Which isn’t the case. Family time for me is on a pedestal, therefore, I sacrifice everything else like time with friends or binge-watching Netflix. Read more>>