Posts tagged “women”

Work-Life Balance

“Beassertive” commented on her positive experience in incorporating more balance into her life via maintaining connections with family, friends, good nutrition, exercise, and perhaps, as I understand it, focusing more on the NOW than on the future.

Maintaining good social support networks (family, friends, formal supports) is essential, in my view, to having a balanced lifestyle. In addition, staying healthy physically (eating well, regular exercise, and enough sleep) is crucial to well-being. Just as important, is the need for women (and men) to identify what gives them meaning and purpose in life. Without this we are robotic beings clumsily moving through our days without vision and purpose.

How then, do we keep ourselves ahead by using the above strategies for well-being when the greatest challenge may be finding  the time?


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Connecting like-minds

I’m still learning to blog but curious to converse with other bloggers who want to engage in dialogue about women and health care in British Columbia. How does women’s health diverge from men’s and is our current health care system adequately attending to women’s health adequately?

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Reconstructing the work week for women

In a perfect world, what would enhance the work day/week of the average woman?

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