Today we are co-hosting with Tiffany on work-life balance

The difference between your work life and your other life. Living in NY is a place for work for her and learning what to hold on to from relocating and what let go of can sometimes be a challenge. Making that decision is a personal one

When does your work end with the advancement of device/technology of cell phone. Establishing what is personal space and knowing what those boundaries are for you and making sure it works for that balance between work and personal life to avoid being overwhelmed when those lines begin blending into one another.

There is a frame of mind that when you are doing something that you love, there doesn’t need to be a work-life balance, but there are a lot of factors that play into this, such as flexibility in your work schedule, ┬ábeing self-employed, family. Tiffany is a professor and she also has a social networking blog that informs people of entertainment, events and activities to do in their city that people might not be aware of. She believes there are different aspects of things that she loves and it does use a lot of energy and she needs to find spaces and places that she can recharge.

Things to do to recharge:

  • Yoga/ Tai chi
  • Spiritual reading
  • Spending time in nature
  • Art (think of the world in a different way)
  • Chiropractor/Alpa biotics
  • Massages
  • Gardening
  • Walking/ Hiking
  • Biking/Running
  • Meditation
  • Soak in the bath

There can be a work-life balance. Really finding what you’re passionate about, doesn’t mean that you don’t get tired. Take care of yourself so that you can take care of others.