Women Of The Channel: Advice For The Next Generation


Sit down and imagine how you want to your life to play out for the next five to15 years. I got married in my 30s and started having kids at 36. My previous corporate life allowed me to travel and see a lot so I was not unhappy when all of that stopped. Now, I have three kids and constantly struggle to balance family (including laundry), work (I’m the owner) and community (Rotary and synagogue). Understand that it’s OK to struggle as long as it doesn’t adversely affect your quality of life. Take a deep breath regardless.