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when is it enough?

March 14, 2011

In the wake of the catastrophic earthquake that struck Japan, our reality-check clock is reset once again,  as is often the case when things like this happen. We begin to prioritize, become a bit more grateful for our good fortunes and worry less about the inconsequential things. We live in a world that moves and changes so rapidly and where our work day can commonly consist of typing an email to a client, while talking on the phone with a vendor and simultaneously trying to figure out what we’re going to make for dinner. Like many, I too sometimes feel like I still didn’t get enough done. We want to do so much and have to do so much that it almost feels like it CAN’T ever get done. However, after reading Kelly Wearstler’s article in this month’s Lonny, I was revitalized. Her words on focus and balance struck a chord within me and I hope to apply her logic to my work/home life in an effort to be more productive and fulfilled. Read it for yourself here.

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  1. March 26, 2011 2:52 pm

    Loved the article. Yes, following your creative side is quite challenging when you and your spouse work long hours and still want to have family with each other. Yet, I find it worth the struggle to balance

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