A little over year ago, every inch of space in my life was taken up with something to do, somewhere to be, someone to meet. I was pushing myself to impossible limits, believing that was what it meant to be a superwoman. But I was burned out, a robot joylessly going through the motions. I knew I had to change? – Alicia Keys, Glamour Magazine, November 2008
There are few, few things I keep these days. As I’ve gotten older, my need for order in public and private view has become something of an case of OCD. But, for the past four years, this article, written by Alicia Keys, has been posted on a bulletin board in my office. I’ve never been able to give it up.
As women, are lives are infinitely complex. We’re wives or significant others, we’re caretakers and givers, we’re business executives, we’re life coaches and life providers.
Let’s face it, it’s harder than playing both of the roles that Sara Jessica Parker did in I Don’t Know How She Does It and Sex and The City, and it’s a lot less glamorous.