Right now something has to give for us, so we’re taking a break from the Juggle. It’s not forever, but we also aren’t committing to a set date that we’ll be back. This isn’t an easy choice, but it feels like a healthy one. We are leaning into the “off-season” training analogy.
Two women living far from their families, one in Beijing and one in New York, navigate challenging quarantines.
Zoom burnout got you down? Host a French-Enlightenment style conversation salon to shake things up.
For Jen and Sarah, drinking during quarantine doesn’t work. Drinking has often left Sarah feeling physically like crap, and Jen’s always had a problematic on-again, off-again relationship with alcohol. So they both decided to cut way back. That choice certainly isn’t for everyone. But Jen and Sarah are both finding that the emotional rollercoaster of this time is dramatic enough without booze-induced meltdowns or hangover blues.
If, like us, you’ve found yourself reading coronavirus news late into the night and struggling to manage stress, here are a few distractions that can hopefully bring a bit of joy in spite of it all.
The small ups and downs of life are important. Sarah found a way to celebrate wins, wash away discomforts, spend time with a friend and cool off from a Texas summer all at once.
Making friends as an adult is hard. Maintaining them can feel even harder. Alyssa shares six lessons she has learned 15 years and six moves later.
According to Sarah, the three best things she’s ever done for her mental health are therapy, meditation and freezing her eggs.
Jen always thought Valentine’s Day was kind of stupid and commercial, until her kid opened her eyes to how cool and worthwhile it can be to simply take a moment and show people you care about them.
We’re not into concrete resolutions this year. Instead we’re embracing words like “courageous” to guide us through 2020.
Knowing when not to try your hardest is one of the most adaptive life skills you can develop.
Perfectionism is on the rise and can be super harmful. Jen explores the difference between high standards and perfectionism, and shares tips for battling perfectionism and moving on with your life.
Julia travels a lot for work. But less “jet-setting to London” and more “flying to any country recently featured on the Fragile States Index.” So she’s an EXPERT on how to make work travel as smooth a possible.
After realizing their screen time was out of control, two friends vow to use their phones less for a week. Here’s what they learned.
Jen never pictured herself as a parent. She always thought kids were loud. Needy. Whiny. Annoying. And, well, that’s all true. But they’re also pretty wonderful.
Carla Piñeyro Sublett got so burned out she decided to quit her job, pull her kids out of school and travel the world. Now she has a new outlook on work.
Alyssa is constantly left wondering how she can be a good friend to a new mother when she isn’t a mom herself. She asks the two Juggle moms, Jen and Amy for advice.
Much like broccoli, swearing is good for you. Do it liberally for a long life full of happiness and health. Maybe. Kind of.
Sarah used to always think she was right. Until she discovered the glory of changing her mind.
Doing things alone can be daunting, terrifying and so very necessary. We interview Joyce about how she goes on solo vacations to recharge, reflect, and be by herself.
Ever felt like an imposter? We asked a career coach who’s struggled with this herself for her tips on how to deal.
Spring cleaning time! A wellness coach offers ancient teachings to prep for seasonal change and rid yourself of any lingering winter blues.
When Christine Luo realized investment banking was making her miserable, she needed to rethink things. Now she ignores “practical” next steps and the corporate ladder in favor of chasing skills and learning. And she loves it.
Before she was a career influencer, Emilie Aries struggled personally and professionally. She thinks we need to talk more about failure, be audacious and stop giving 100% to things we don’t care about.