How can I better balance family and work life? I'm very passionate about both.

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It's always a hard balance, but I've found the best way is to commit to my work hours being work hours, and my family time being family time. If this isn't doable every day, choose one to two days of the week there are dedicated family time. Put an "out of office" on your email explaining that you turn off all communications to spend time with your family once a week, and that you'll respond to emails the next day. Then do special things with your family, even if it's just sitting down to watch a movie together, or going for a walk in a nature area.

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What is the meaning of life, the universe, and everything?

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no

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42!

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I found $100 on the ground. What should I do with it?

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Save it in your wallet until you can use it for a charitable moment (helping someone who came up short on their grocery tab, etc)

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If you saw who dropped it, return it. If not, either keep it or use it for a good cause of your choosing.

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What is the best way to prioritize when everything seems important?

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The best way to prioritize is to decide on what, in general, is most important in your life. Once you have that focus, prioritizing tasks becomes easier. You can draw a circle and put the most important thing in the center. For some people, that will be God; for others it will be family, for others it will be career. That central focus should guide your tasks. Do the tasks that lead to that center first.

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You can make a rotating schedule of priorities, if everything really is equally important. For a week or a month, focus on X, then the next week/month focus on Y. For day-to-day things, I like using dice or a random number generator to make the decision for me. :)

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If time and money were no objects, where would you travel?

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