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?

Aaron Pearson | Managing Director

I started the company with my business partner Christian when we were both 24 years old without any spouses or kids, which meant we could work on the company 16+ hours per day. We were in start-up mode and funds were limited, so we were not able to really get out and do much of anything else. As the years passed we both got married and I now have a two year old daughter, so time and productivity windows have shifted. I currently spend the first part of the morning at home helping my wife and daughter with their routines. Read more>>

Jennifer Anyanwu | Esthetician Jay Lauren FacExtraordinaire

My work life balance has changed quite a bit .When I first started my business I was a wife and mother to two beautiful children. Five months into starting my business I found out I was expecting my daughter. Balancing work and family can be a juggling act but by setting realistic expectations,routines and learning to give myself grace I’ve managed to not only maintain my customer base but expand my services. Read more>>

Kayla Cape | Small Business Owner & Mother

I started Indigo Dreamz Apothecary a year ago, being a full-time mother to three children, a full-time student at Texas Woman’s University, and holding a management position at a construction company for over eight years. My life has been about perfecting a balance while maintaining my emotional well-being having so much on my plate each day. When COVID struck, I was able to work at home four out of five days of the work week. Doing so enabled me to get a lot more done in a shorter amount of time. Read more>>