"Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal" mastermind Shonda Rhimes just landed a book deal, and will write a memoir about balancing her work and personal life.
Shonda Rhimes, the creative genius behind Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice and Scandal, is set to pen a book about work/life balance. In the memoir, Rhimes will write about her decision to build a family before coming to Hollywood and the challenges of working toward success as a single mother, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
Dismiss Nia Long is a multi-tasking, organized mom who breastfed her son Kenz, now 2, for several months after she delivered him, deciding to take extra time off rather than return to work immediately. The Boiler Room divulged that the...Show More Summary
Think your life might be lacking balance? Here's one way to find out: this two-minute test can tell you where things might be out of whack. Like most good ideas, this one came far away from work. Steve Mundahl, CEO of Goodwill Industries...Show More Summary
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Professional slackliner Josh Greenwood knows acutely that without a sense of razor–sharp focus he wouldn't achieve anything. In fact, he'd fall to the ground. And the professional athlete says the same level of discipline is required for success in all aspects of life. Show More Summary
Even though we're only a couple decades into the transformation of the genders and work, we've settled on assumptions. It's women who struggle with work-life balance. Women and men have very different ideas about work, life and the meaning of success. Show More Summary
That’s right. I’m here today not to give you the normal PR spin about how strategic the HR function can be, but instead to call B.S. on the biggest lies in HR. It’s not that HR people want to lie,...
The Rap life isn’t an easy one to live. On top of always fighting for your spot at the top, you have to balance your time between all the work and your loved ones at home. While the money eases
For many women, "having it all" means more than building a family and career. Having it all includes a healthy work/life balance, earned respect from colleagues and, of course, financial stability. All too often, however, the societal...Show More Summary
Australians are spending more hours at work than ever before and contribute more unpaid overtime each year than their annual leave allowance. While workplaces can be beneficial to emotional well-being, poor work environments and high levels of work-life conflict are associated with reduced mental health. More »
It is no surprise that work/life balance has become such a popular topic, as staying at the office past five o'clock and logging in after the kids go to bed have become the norm for many professionals. We no longer live in a world where work and life are white and black, where one begins as the other ends. Show More Summary
Adding to the many perks of working at Facebook’s campus is now an opportunity to move in next door–because who isn’t sick of their healthy work/life balance? The social media giant announced plans to erect a community development a mere 1.5 miles from the Menlo Park, Calif. Show More Summary
If telecommuting – or working from home – is an available option, one expert says its perks go beyond working in pajamas.
There are a myriad of reasons people choose to freelance. Although it can a be a difficult and often isolating profession, some writers prefer it to the monotony of office work. Gossiping colleagues, an unfair boss, a tediously longShow More Summary
There is no such thing as "work-life balance". There, I said it. In my opinion, the coining of the phrase "work-life balance" created a terrible misperception that work and life were somehow two separate and distinct things. My viewShow More Summary
Having kids isn't the only family consideration that affects work/life balance.
I don't have work friends and life friends, I just have friends. I don't have designated work time and play time, I just have my 24 hours to manage. I don't have a work phone and a personal phone, I just have my (precious) iPhone. IShow More Summary
Designing a remote office can be difficult, especially when finding the right home/work life balance is so important. This list will help in your process! The post 6 Tips on Designing the Perfect Remote Office appeared first on Lifehack.
Link for teaser title: http://americanexpress.tumblr.com/post/58696676285/6-tips-for-balancing-work-and... Saying "no" the right way can make you more productive. Find out how on our commissioned guest post for Amex's #PassionProjec...