Articles Tagged - worklifebalance

12 Days of Self-Care - Day 12: Paul Lembo

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

When you hear about self-care, the first things that usually come to mind are exercising, spending time with family and friends and other types of activities that make you feel at peace. Don’t get me wrong, I love hanging out with my daughter just as much as the next dad, maybe more. I also try very hard to be in the gym 4-5 days a week. However, there is one hobby that I participate in which most people probably don’t think of when they talking about self-care. In fact, I am willing to be that... read more.

12 Days of Self-Care - Day 10: Floriana Allen

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

I have many way that I de-compress after a stressful day at work.  I love being outdoors and being physically active and I am very lucky that my family wants to participate.  We go for long bike rides, take our dog for a walk, play basketball, play soccer, go swimming, etc.  There is something about the fresh air outside that rejuvenates and energies us as the same time creating memorable memories.  I really enjoy cooking with my family. My daughter especially loves assis... read more.

12 Days of Self-Care - Day 9: Carol Mott

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

The most wonderful time of the year has arrived and with it most often comes the most stressful time of year! Especially during this time of year, we need self-care or as I like to refer to it “me” time. This does not come easy for me. It’s something I need to make a conscious effort to do. One way I practice self-care is by exercising. Sometimes I may do it alone and other times I’ll do it with a friend. Either way, I always feel better after doing it. Spending time with my girlfrie... read more.

12 Days of Self-Care - Day 7: Jay Jenco

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

Self-care is important, and it’s something that is easy to under prioritize in our busy lives. We spend most of the day working and doing things for others, and it’s important to take care of yourself. There are a few activities I do in order unwind and relax. Every day, I take my dog on long walks/runs early in the morning and late at night. This is time I use to clear my head, listen to music, catch up on podcasts, think or nothing at all. It’s my time alone (with the dog), and at the sa... read more.

12 Days of Self-Care - Day 6: Lexie Chen

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

Self-care is extremely important, especially in an industry like ours.  As such, I try to do everything in my power to ensure that my work/life balance is in check. During the off seasons, when I have more time to myself, I try to unwind by doing the things that I love: eating good food, spending time with the people I care about, travelling and trying to find new and exciting adventures in the area and abroad! I love to try different cuisines with my family and friends and living in this area allows... read more.

12 Days of Self-Care - Day 3: Mary Pratt

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

For me the best way to de-stress, unclutter the mind and strengthen the body is to take a hike out in the woods. It’s so peaceful to be away from everything, phone off (normally…lol), enjoying the sights and sounds of nature. There are plenty of beautiful places nearby so there’s always somewhere different to go, but I do have a favorite short hike that I do often. I’m looking forward to a snowy winter as it puts a whole new perspective on things! I enjoy hiking alone when I need t... read more.

Summer Spotlight: Kelsey Silverstein Soaks up the Antigua Sun

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

Kelsey Silverstein, Talent Development Associate, spent a week in St. Mary’s Parish, Antigua vacationing with her mom and sister.  The trip was in celebration of Kelsey's recent graduation from Rutgers University as well as her sister's graduation from Concordia College's Master's Program. With school completed, the girls were excited to destress. They took full advantage of the all-inclusive resort by jet skiing, sail boating and snorkeling. Despite all of the fun activities, the highlight... read more.

Summer Spotlight: Pat Gianforte Explores Northwest America!

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

Pat Gianforte, Senior Associate, takes outdorsy trip to Montana!  This summer Pat Gianforte took a trip to Bozeman Montana to visit with his cousin. He spent time hiking, camping and visiting local breweries. The highlight of the trip was hiking through the Bridger Moutain Range all the way to Sacagawea Peak. At the top, not only was there a beautiful view of all the Gallatin Valley, but also mountain goats.  There are many great breweries around Bozeman including Bozone Brewery, Map Brewing C... read more.

Summer Spotlight: Matt Barbieri Takes On Iceland!

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

Partner, Matt Barbieri, takes advantage of his summer with several trips and fun activities!  When he is not at work, coaching baseball or football, making wine or watching dance recitals, Matt finds time for vacation with his family and friends. This summer he took a 5-day trip to Iceland with his wife as well as a trip to the Outer Banks with both family and freinds. One of the many highlights of his trip to Iceland was the beautiful Blue Lagoon. He also enjoyed the food especially the yogurt and s... read more.

Summer Spotlight: Paul Peterson's Scottish Adventure!

By Wiss, Posted in Wiss Gets Personal

Managing Partner, Paul Peterson, Heads to Scotland!   Paul and his family took a week-long trip to Scotland.  From its beautiful blue oceans to its abundant history, Scotland was an amazing trip for the Petersons. Paul’s favorite spots were the Isle of Skye, home to a picturesque fishing village, and Gleneagles, a luxurious hotel, spa and golf resort. Paul was pleasantly surprised with the high-quality cuisine, saying that the fish was fresh, the coffee was rich and carrot cake delicio... read more.

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