So, here’s the last in my current list of contributions to the work life merge conversation I’ve been hosting on my blog this week…. It’s from Sandra Roycroft-Davis. In asking her to contribute, I’m already conflicting myself with regards to what Sally Whittle wrote about keeping life and work separate – because she’s a client! But anyway, my whole “putting myself on my to do list’ concept came from my conversations with Sandra, so I’m pleased that she’s agreed to write for me…
To me, it’s interesting that even when your children are older, and you’ve got a real sense of perspective on what’s good and not so good – just like Sandra has, there’s still no perfect outcome or solution to the work life merge scenario. But I have just had another idea, that maybe it’s the type of people I’m asking to write – that the people I know and ask to contribute are women who will push themselves to make the “most” or juggle the most they can, no matter what they are they are doing, no matter what the age of their children and no matter what their work is?
Hope you’re finding this all as interesting as I am? And that it’s giving you food for thought like it is me?