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.
Turns out, juggling parenting in a pandemic with work and without the support of schools and daycare is consuming, complex and just plain HARD.
In our series “Life at a Distance,” we’ll be sharing the experiences of featured Juggle readers adjusting to new socially distant lifestyles post-COVID-19. Julia gave birth to her first daughter and Justine went back to Singapore to be with her family when the virus began to spread in New York.
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.
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.
In a society that often punishes women for being career-driven, we we met a happy professional powerhouse who says “I don’t believe in work-life balance.”
Moriah thought outside the box when looking for a new job — and it worked. Now she wants to help others by telling them exactly how she did it.
Sarah worried the GirlBoss Rally might feel superficial. What she didn’t account for was a huge mental breakthrough and a whole lotta feelings.
We all struggle with insecurity sometimes. This personal conversation between friends touches on insecurity, body image and the downside of reassurance.
Alyssa interviews Mena Cammett about landing her dream job at The World Bank, discovering herself through traveling and juggling career and sleep.
Alyssa shares how she built a daily meditation habit. It took years, but now that she meditates daily, she believes it helps her be the person she wants to be.
Reading fiction makes you nicer. No really. Research says so. Here is what we at the Juggle are reading and listening to this holiday season.
Jen’s trying to banish her bad attitude and embrace positivity. Here’s how.
Gratitude is associated with benefits to physical health, mental well-being and relationships. Amy is working on making gratitude her MO — here’s how.
We know that networking is crucial for career growth, but it’s daunting. Good news: you can network when you feel clueless — in fact, it’s one of the most effective ways to figure out your next step.
Gerry Means built her career in finance during a time when few women, beyond secretaries, worked in large investment banks. She shares her juggle.
If you’re looking for more support or a kick in the pants to get something started, you need a professional development squad. This blog wouldn’t exist if I hadn’t found one.