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?

Emily Elizabeth | Founder, Brand Strategist, and Podcaster

When I think about balance, I think about how I can merge my own personal life and work life into one, instead of keeping them so separate. I personally believe that is partially why there is a concept called “Sunday Scaries” – because people are dreading to start the work week and leave their personal life/fun on the weekends. In reality, I think it’s more ideal to merge into one so that I don’t view work as such a mundane task or only an income producer, but rather is something I thoroughly enjoy; whether that is because of the people (like my clients and team), the actual work I do, or etc. Read more>>

Joslyn Kramer | Brand Photographer & Creative Director

When I first started my business, I was working another job and could only pursue it in my off time – evenings and weekends. I was so used to staying up all night to finish editing a photoshoot or responding to emails after work hours, that when I went full time I had no life/work balance or client boundaries. Read more>>

Celia Jimenez | Realtor

I used to think that there was such a thing as a balanced life as I grew older, I realize that it’s not about balancing life. It is about being intentional about the things I do daily. Now thru years of reading and coaching I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s about synchronizing the seven domains in my which include fun, faith, fitness, finances, feelings, friend, and family. Read more>>

Melissa Leon | Virtual CFO, Mother, Efficiency B

I started my virtual CFO business in early 2020. It started as a hobby, where I could use my accounting and finance skills to help small business. Is was a way for me to use my passion and give back to my community. In mid 2020 the demand grew and my business partner joined. Read more>>