Work & Life
Jen and Alyssa give us a glimpse of life in someone else's shoes, and offer food for thought if you or anyone who know is a hyper-early or hyper-late person.
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.
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.
Sarah decided she was done feeling stuck in a career she didn't want. Through reaching out to friends, taking (cheap) classes and focusing her networking, she switched careers in 8…
Guest blogger Courtney shares her deepest thoughts about being single in her mid-30s contemplating having children. “Do I freeze eggs and hope for the best? Let nature take its course…
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.
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.
Have you ever, sort of, noticed how much you use verbal fillers? Amy listened to a recording of herself and is working on making her speech more meaningful.
Jen tried to get good sleep — and failed. Here is why she prefers to stay up late and chooses not to prioritize sleep hygiene.
Gratitude is associated with benefits to physical health, mental well-being and relationships. Amy is working on making gratitude her MO — here's how.
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…
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…
Sarah and Alyssa read “Designing Your Life,” did some of the exercises and made pretty big career moves as a result.
Gerry Means built her career in finance during a time when few women, beyond secretaries, worked in large investment banks. She shares her juggle.