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?

Jontue Koff, OTR/L | Founder and Clinical Director

Work life balance is a lifestyle that we are always striving to correct and perfect. About 10 years ago when I was working full time for a school district, I would dream of having this perfect work life balance that would allow me to feel successful but not too overwhelmed within all the quadrants of my life – Read more>>

Draya Love, MBA | Wellness Consultant

Balancing my life and work has been something that has shifted with age and experience. As my body showed me it’s requirements, I learned to heed the call for a more balanced version of me. This required me to see all that was going into the state of wellness and how that showed itself in various ways in my reality. I used to think that balance came only from what we could see. Read more>>

Sabrina Mitchell | Real Estate Agent

Honestly I have always considered myself a workaholic. As I get older I am more self aware of my weaknesses and balance has always been a struggle for me. Since I was 14 I have worked multiple jobs at a time even through being a Collegiate Athlete. Read more>>

Christian Deuber | Digital Strategist

I’ve always considered work/life balance an integral part of the creative process. From branding to design to messaging – the seeds of the next big idea often start as inspiration from a song, a movie, a book, or a quick dip in the ocean. Read more>>