Guilt-Free Work-Life Balance

Suddenly there’s a bit less racing around to do. Social distancing has landed us at home. We’re living our new normal and facing unique challenges —those homeschooling children under 12, I’m looking at you. In many regards, it’s a blessing in disguise as the ever-desired work from home option is no longer an option: it’s the new way of the workplace. The following article that I wrote at the onset of the pandemic, published in Thrive Global, reminds us of previous guilt scenarios. More important, you’ll find evergreen suggestions to influence how the workplace can see our family caregiver value, even when we’re seen only on screen.

You can read the full article here:

The New Normal Lets Family Caregivers Lay the Groundwork for Guilt-Free Work-Life Balance

Sarabeth Persiani

Sarahbeth Persiani is the author of Run, Walk, Crawl- A Caregiver Caught Between Generations. For five years, Sarahbeth was the primary caregiver for her Father, who had dementia, while working full-time and taking care of her own family. As the founder of We Are Sharing the Sun, her focus these days is to help companies create a supportive culture for family caregivers and provide education, support and encouragement for working professionals who are themselves in the sandwich squeeze.