Work Life Balance as an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Part 2

More motherly advice on how to balance your family and career. As any working mother can tell you, balance is deceiving, and it is more of a juggling act than a crisply conducted orchestra. The balls in the air are: children, entrepreneurship, friends, happiness, health, “me”, relatives, spouse, and work. There is no specific orderContinue reading “Work Life Balance as an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Part 2”

Should Your Teenager Have a High School Job?

How important is a high school job? There has always been an ongoing debate on whether high school kids should be working. On one side, many parents think that children should focus on their studies in high school in order to excel. On the other hand, it can be debated that high school jobs teachContinue reading “Should Your Teenager Have a High School Job?”

Work Life Balance as an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Part 1

A positive work-life balance is something every working mom should strive for. I recently gave a lecture and demonstration for the Perry Initiative, which encourages high school and college students to explore the field of orthopaedic surgery and biomedical engineering. My lecture was on Work Life Balance, good choice as I do have four childrenContinue reading “Work Life Balance as an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Part 1”