In Issue No. 24, M13 Co-Founder Courtney Reum notes that his life’s motto is "Never stop being curious." Endless curious is critical early in your life because it leads you directly to work you're passionate about. Curiosity has allowed me - and many of my peers - to pursue our passions relentlessly. In adopting this motto and spending time on projects I'm passionate about, work started to feel like play. It sounds great on the surface, I know. But sometimes your curiosity takes over your life, what then?
What happens when work becomes so entertaining (and addicting) that you start neglecting other parts of your life - travel, art, music, culture, friends, and even family. Report No. 3 asks a deeply personal question that I'm currently grappling with: How do find a work-life balance when work feels like play? Report No. 3 attempts to get at the root of this question.
How do you find a work-life balance when work feels like play?