LiAnn Newby | Photographer
As a creative person, the work life balance is a bit different to someone with a traditional job. When you use your creativity to make a living as well as for pleasure, the challenge isn’t work life balance rather its balancing the work you do for other people verse the work you make for yourself. Read more>>
Stephanie Gast | Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist (No. 117339) Supervised by Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Mindy Derseweh (No.113917) Employed by Gather and Grow OC
Yes, and it continues to evolve! To maintain perfect balance every day is just not realistic. Each day different aspects of life may take more focus and energy than others. Like walking a balancing beam, I think it’s about making small adjustments to keep your footing. Read more>>
Malin Stenborg | Agent for Directors and Cinematographers previously for fashion photographers, stylists, casting directors, creative directors etc.
When I was younger I worked a lot more 24 7, especially when I lived in NYC. Then I actually enjoyed it, and I would not want to change that. It also makes you get a solid work ethic. Now when I am older I have learned how to balance work and my free time. Read more>>