In Preston Bailey’s Blog this morning, he spoke about how to maintain a good balance between work and life. Being intensely passionate about our work, we do need to find ways to create that balance. Here is the comment I posted on his wonderful article.

“I find that with a hectic event and office schedule, there are times during the year that I am busier than others. I love working intensely on a project, and then enjoying some “down time” when it is over,  which usually involves a day or two for resting, reading, cooking, gardening and conjuring up some new ideas for future projects.  (Oops, supposed to be resting!)  Sometimes we go from event to event and don’t have much time for a break, and in those cases I treat myself to a little vacation at the end of the run. My favorite place to go to unwind and recharge is Sedona, Arizona where there are many wonderful things to do for mind, body and spirit. This is a big part of what helps me to not only keep going, but to infuse all future endeavors with new vitality and creativity.

I find that with a hectic event and office schedule, there are times during the year that I am busier than others. I love working intensely on a project, and then enjoying some “down time” when it is over,  which usually involves a day or two for resting, reading, cooking, gardening and conjuring up some new ideas for future projects.  Oops, supposed to be resting!  Sometimes we go from event to event and don’t have much time for a break, and in those cases I treat myself to a little vacation at the end of the run. My favorite place to go to unwind and recharge is Sedona, Arizona where there are many wonderful things to do for mind, body and spirit. This is a big part of what helps me to not only keep going, but to infuse all future endeavors with new vitality and creativity.

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