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?

Kaleigh Meyer | Owner of Sissy the Photo Camper + POP! BTX

Before starting Sissy the Photo Camper I worked full time as an elementary teacher. I would come home after a full day at school and would continue lesson planning, researching, and creating new activities for my students. After having a baby in February of 2021, I knew the pressure of being “the perfect teacher” would not be achievable with my sweet boy waiting on me at home. Read more>>

Yvonne Taliaferro | Esthetician

Work life balance has definitely changed over the years. In the beginning of my career I constantly thought about work, how to improve myself for my clients, what was the latest and greatest so I could implement that in the treatment room. I spent hours at home researching, taking extra classes, etc. It was easy to do this because I love what I do so all of it never felt like.”work” Read more>>

Ashley Ballou | Work-Life-Leisure Wellness Consultant & Occupational Therapist

From being a single mother of 1 my sophomore year of college to a married mother of 5 girls with multidimensional career in Occupational Therapy, balance has definitely significantly changed. I use to be Type A but with every child….let’s just say slowly turned me into a Type B with Type A undertones. Lol. I think of balance as evolving and dynamic. Read more>>