This question may be a little out of place here but, where else can I get such real answers from such real professionals. I have been having a very emotional day today as I am getting married next week (so after I post this I am logging off for the day.) I really would like to know how those of you who are married, handle dividing your time with your work and your spouse? I love her and I love my work, and I don’t wish either of them to get neglected.
I know there are times, when it is hard to juggle, your personal and proffesional roles, and be sure to get in your own workouts, and at the same time making time for your partner. I have noticed that with clients I prefer when they set a time for an apointment, and at times I try to put my spouse in box so to speak, where I want to say ok, tuesday night at 6:00 we will have dinner. I have learned that’s not always the best approach. Dates are important, active and non-active dates, but when married, I believe they deserve a majority of our descretionary time. Even when married, you never stop dating your partner, so we can’t treat our dates, like apointments, not allowing walk-ins, etc.