Tag Archives: work/life

Fall is Here…Let the Chaos Begin!

Summer is usually a slower time for most of us.  Though it may seem like there is a lot going on, it is mostly fun focused activities.  The weather is nice and the days are long. The summer is a … Continue reading

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Drive By Advice

At an event for business owners, a friend of mine used the term “drive by advice” in describing how, when starting a business it seems like everyone (even those who have never owned a business) want to give us advice … Continue reading

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The ultimate act of love

There are no two ways about it: Taking care of an aging parent is physically and emotionally draining. It is lonely, overwhelming and frustrating. You may think you can’t do it any longer. Parents or siblings often don’t acknowledge or … Continue reading

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This just in: CEO’s starting to see the need for increased wellness programs

I just recently ran across an article that stated employer’s are starting to see the need for increased wellness programs and that on the executive level. It began with a survey that gauges employers’ attitudes and strategies on the different … Continue reading

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The juggling act of caregiving

Caring for an aging parent is never an easy task, but can be made even more difficult when trying to juggle caregiving with a career. We are often forced to choose between one and the other: “Do I go to … Continue reading

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Home care for parents: Assessing the situation! (Part two)

Yesterday we discussed the warning signs of knowing when it’s time to get help at home for Mom or Dad. Today, we’ll dive into what to assess and the next step. Once you know that there is a problem and … Continue reading

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