By Odette Pollar: As people spend more and more time at work, creating a comfortable place to be is a winning combination for all.
By By Mary Johanna McCurley & Jyotsna Sahni : We’ve got to eat to live, but conflicting information from books, magazines, TV, and even your own mother makes it hard to make good decisions about food. Fortunately, good advice about food is simple. It’s about getting back to the basics.
By Odette Pollar: In order to take care of other people, you must first take care of yourself. You have probably noticed that if you wait to take care of yourself in time left over after handling all other responsibilities, you are often the loser.
By Dorothy M. Pritchett: Working with family law clients can be exhausting, emotionally draining and frustrating for lawyers who choose to practice family law. Dorothy Printchett gives you an antidote to balance the emotional challenges of practicing family law.
Family lawyer Steve Mindel talks about how to better integrate your work and life.
Summit, New Jersey family lawyer Lizanne Ceconi talks about how she is a "work-in-progress" when it comes to work/life balance, the importance of delegation and her use of technology to her advantage.
The family lawyer Sharon Blanchet shares her thoughts about how she's done to achieve a good work/life balance.
Floria Family lawyer Sam Assini discusses how his spiritual path guided him to specialize in men's right in Cape Coral, after having a successful law practice in Fort Lauderdale. He also discusses the marketing power of the internet.
The New Jersey family lawyer Steve Enis shares his secrets about what he has done to help himself achieve a successful work life balance and the lessons he learned.
By Dan Couvrette, CEO of Family Lawyer Magazine, Divorce Magazine and Divorce Marketing Group: Judge Lowrance shares skills that are not taught in law schools to help family lawyers deal with the pain their clients...