Balance is the key to life: Pursuit of work-study-life balance!


The pursuit of work-study-life balance can feel like a relentless battle with peaks and troughs of mixed emotions. Some days, I feel it is working while other days can feel like I’m trekking up Mount Everest. Still, like Maya Angelou so eloquently said, “I rise”. I rise because I know it is worth doing. I rise because I know I have what it takes to achieve. I rise because others, including my own children, see me as an inspiration and role model. Ain’t no stopping us now … http://youtu.be/DY0tsKCB4lc

I often feel this way too 👇👇👇👇👇👇

 

Other times, I feel like this. In perfect balance!  👇👇👇👇👇👇
 

A winner never quits and a quitter never wins so guess which one I will be?

Have you managed to achieve the balanced life that evades many? Share your secret! Go on! 

Have a great weekend!

  
Featured images:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/importance-work-life-balance-alyce-mcclelland

http://www.gatewayabroadeducation.com/work-study-and-enjoy-life/http://studentblogs.le.ac.uk/management/2015/10/19/balancing-act/

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2 thoughts on “Balance is the key to life: Pursuit of work-study-life balance!

  1. Still working on the balance. For me, I put a plan down on paper. Then I go about working the plan. I have to rearrange the parts that don’t work or that I have no control over to minimize the chaos. I write, have two driving jobs and plan to start my short stories. I also find time for the blogging classes and other learning venues that are appropriate for what I am doing. I wanted to blog everyday. I am close. I also realize that I love reading what others are sharing so I had to adjust my plans to acknowledge my peers (also considered a learning venue.) I wouldn’t be where I am without the encouragement, the wisdom, the experiences, etc. I believe my secret is to just keep tweaking until I have the right mixture. When the situation changes, I change the plan accordingly.

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