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.
Jennifer, a six-year pro of working from home, says: make a dedicated workspace, stop doing your laundry and don’t forget to leave the house sometimes.
Here at The Juggle, we’re all about self care. Jen loves her family, but let’s be honest, sometimes togetherness can take a lot out of you. Here are some strategies to survive and thrive this holiday season.
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.
We’re wary of “time management” tips that enable us to try to do more than we should. But these tips are all about doing less of what you don’t need to in order to focus on what’s most important.
Sarah, a lifelong over-committer, couldn’t figure out how to break the cycle of burnout. An overwhelming low finally changed the way she spent her time.
We have mixed feelings on New Year’s resolutions, so we’re taking a non-traditional approach this year. Each of our co-founders shares their thoughts.
Having trouble focusing at work? We’re with you, friends. You may want to try the Pomodoro Technique, a time management hack that organizes work into short intervals with breaks.