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.

Dr. Kylie Victoria McBride | Author. Cleric. Educator. Speaker.

I have determined that, for me, work-life balance is an illusion. Sometimes my work as a pastor, educator, author, and speaker consumes me entirely. Admittedly, areas such as family, friends, leisure and self-care go lacking during these times. Read more>>

Tyler Burton | Online Golf Retail and Golf Content

Most people, including myself (until recently), tend to think about work life balance as a hard break; the second work ends, life or enjoyment begins. Unfortunately, this is the case when someone does not enjoy their work, or they wish to completely separate their work from the rest of their life. Read more>>

Elise Willsey | Master Lash Artist & Microblading Artist

Two years ago when I opened my business, work life balance was not one of my priorities. I did not do a great job at separating my life from my business. I was practically working 7 days a week. I would try to find models that I could practice my skills on when I had any free time and I would typically book their appointments on my off time. Read more>>